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Google Glass for Remote Surgical Tele-proctoring in Low- and Middle-income Countries: A Feasibility Study from Mozambique

“Our experience in Mozambique demonstrates the feasibility of wearable technology to enhance the reach and availability of specialty surgical training in LMICs. Despite shortcomings in the technology and logistical challenges inherent to international collaborations, this educational model holds promise for connecting surgeons across the globe and introducing expanded access to education and mentorship in areas with limited opportunities for surgical trainees.”

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Current Challenges of Plastic Surgical Care in Sub-Saharan Africa (Maputo, Mozambique)

“Limited data exist on plastic surgery practices in Sub-Saharan Africa. The aim of this study was to characterize the spectrum of disease and operative procedures at a teaching hospital in Maputo, Mozambique to help understand the challenges of providing care for the local providers and to provide contextual relevance for training through partnerships.”

VUZIX PRESS RELEASE

Ohana One International Surgical Aid and Education Launches Virtual Surgical Sight Smart Glasses Program with Vuzix

“Vuzix, a leading supplier of Smart Glasses and Augmented Reality (AR) technology and products, in collaboration
with Ohana One, a global surgical training nonprofit organization whose mission is to cultivate high-quality surgical and anesthesia programs in developing areas around the world today, announced the first collaborative study of mentor-mentee training through their Surgical Sight program to the nongovernmental organization (NGO) community.”

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Mission Mozambique

The pre-Ohana One surgical team caring for children with severe burns in Mozambique.

SPONSORED BY MENDING KIDS

A Man, An Idea, A Mission

Spotlight on Dr David Kulber’s incredible humanitarian work in Mozambique

SPONSORED BY CEDARS-SINAI MEDICAL CENTER

Helping Children Through Tissue Donation
– Dr David Kulber

Ohana One overview of how smart glass research got started around 43 minutes.

PRESENTED BY MTF BIOLOGICS

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