Changes in epidemiology and earlier diagnostics will shape the delivery of surgical services in the next 30 years. At the same time, the impacts of COVID-19 will be felt for some time. At Future Surgery 2022, leading experts discussed some of the challenges ahead and the potential changes required. Louise Frampton reports.
Taking place at London Excel, Future Surgery 2022 provided a showcase for innovation – including the latest in virtual reality simulation, demonstrations of pioneering surgical robots, revolutionary smart surgery glasses, state-of-the-art theatre imaging systems, and AI systems aimed at improving efficiency and surgical outcomes.
Attracting thousands of surgeons, anaesthetists, perioperative practitioners, and surgical trainees from across the globe, Future Surgery 2022 offered hands-on opportunities for training in surgical techniques, as well as viewing of live demonstrations at the Association for British HealthTech Industries (ABHI) Surgical Simulation Theatre.
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