Extended Reality for Healthcare Systems: Recent Advances in Contemporary Research focuses on real world applications in medicine, also providing an overview of emerging technologies. The book includes case studies that break down the ways in which this technology has and can be used, while also taking readers through evidence, best practices and obstacles. Sections emphasize evidence, research-based practices and work. Content coverage includes Enhancing Medical Education with AR/VR, and XR: The Future of Surgery and Building Systems for Enhanced Health, and more. Readers will learn how to use this technology to improve existing systems by enhancing precision and reducing costs.
Other sections cover extended reality in elderly care and remote monitoring of patients, building systems for enhanced health, including telehealth and telepsychiatry, using AR and VR in medical education, and designing technology for use in telesurgery.
- Offers advice on the development of state-of-the-art tech-driven healthcare systems and technologies for improving the quality of healthcare
- Focuses on healthcare solutions that are inclusive and cost-effective
- Discusses the future, limitations and challenges associated with the use and adoption of XR for healthcare