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Coronavirus: Virtual reality helps GW Hospital see inside lungs of COVID-19 patient

Updated: Apr 22

After receiving its first coronavirus patient earlier this month, George Washington University Hospital turned to virtual reality to help fight the disease.

The patient, a man in his 50s, had been transferred from another area hospital once his condition worsened.


Staff at GW decided they needed to take a more high-tech approach.


Virtual Reality is at a turning point today. The market is exploding with massive potential of usage in many industries. Here, VR meets Heathcare, one of the most promising combination.

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Written by Will Vitka

Read more here: https://wtop.com/coronavirus/2020/03/coronavirus-virtual-reality-helps-gw-hospital-see-inside-lungs-of-covid-19-patient/


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