Building bridges for the future through collaborative projects
In this video I will be explaining how virtual reality helped to save a baby’s life. The baby's name is Teegan. The doctors name is Redmond Burke. He used a virtual reality headset from Google, known as Google Cardboard to help him visualize conducting heart surgery on an Teegan.The people watching my video will see that virtual reality isn’t just for making video games more fun, but it’s also used to help doctors conduct experimental trial runs of surgeries before actually doing the surgery on the patient.The video will begin with some images of baby Teegan and how she cannot survive any longer because her heart is in the wrong place of her chest. She was also born with only one lung. The video will end with Burke successfully completing the surgery and Teegan being able to live. The outsource clip will be that more people in the medical field should have access to virtual reality headsets in their hospitals because they can help save lives. As technology continues to advance, there needs to be more advances with conduction of surgeries within the medical field. Having virtual reality headsets can make performing a surgery feel like you will have a higher success rating by conducting an experiment before actually conducting the surgery on a patient.
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