A doctor's work is simulated in a virtual hospital with full immersion into the work process, as well as free interaction with medical instruments, equipment, environment, personnel, and patients.
The student shall on the spot: evaluate the clinical situation - discuss the issue with the patient - write down their
complaints - measure their body temperature or arterial tension - estimate the lab results, radiology and function test results (X-ray image, cardiogram, etc.) - immediately make a diagnosis based on the gathered information - determine the correct treatment approach and schedule - perform a required manipulation.
Training module Outpatient
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ATLAS
SYSTEM BASED COMPLEX
THE VIRTUAL OUTPATIENT HOSPITAL COMPLEX INCLUDES
1- Virtual wards (single-patient wards) equipped with all the necessary interactive medical instruments and equipment for interaction with the patient.
2- Treatment rooms.
3- Doctor's ofce.
4- Accident ward.
5- Other hospital rooms
– "Cardiovascular diseases";
– "Respiratory diseases";
– "Gastrointestinal diseases"
10 virtual patients.
Total module duration – 150 minutes.
"Tutorial" mode with visual navigation
"Exam" mode with automated assessment system
• Hospital personnel (nurces, doctors)
• 10 virtual patients with diferent abnormalities
MEDVR VIRTUAL HOSPITAL INSTALLED VIA ATLAS UPDATE SERVICE SYSTEM:
1- Pregnancy Abnormalities module;
2- Neurology module;
3- Post-surgical Complications module;
4- Gynaecology module;
5- Virtual Outpatient Hospital module;
6- Anaphylactic Shock module
Virtual patients have artifcial intelligence that very accurately imitates the disease and
abnormalities, as well as the random complications during scheduled procedures. Virtual patients are capable of expressing emotions and provide immediate feedback after certain actions and manipulations.
The patients and personnel are voiced by professional voice actors. The conversation with the virtual patient is carried out via choosing certain commands and actions
Centred around the ATLAS system
Square meters of physical space
The patented complex full-immersion technology is used for interacting with the virtual environment.
It includes the tracking system that determines the position of the user and their body parts. This process allows the student to naturally interact with the virtual environment
ATLAS system hardware includes the following
Virtual reality SUIT:
Wearable sensors, headset, and backpack
The VR headset 8K resolution and 210x130 degrees feld
of view provides a precise and realistic image of the
surroundings, the objects, virtual patients and personnel
Machine vision analysis software provides
high-precision movement imaging