December 19, 2017 · 11 min read

Medical Animations for Spine Surgery

Spinal repair surgery is one of the most complex procedures that medical students, physicians as well as patients need to understand. Technological advancement in medical device implantation and advanced surgical procedures are best demonstrated by high-quality 3D spinal surgery animation.

Spine animation shows the intricate parts of the spinal column and how all the pieces interact to form the support structure of the spinal column. By observing the anatomically correct 3D spine animation, it is easier for medical students, physicians, and patients to understand the delicate surgical procedures and the use of certain medical implant devices as they watch spine 3D animation.

Spine 3D Animation

An example of an excellent 3D animation made by Ghost Productions is the demonstration of the VIPER® Cortical Fix, which is a product of Johnson & JohnsonThis new design came from the advancements previously achieved by the VIPER and EXPEDIUM product lines.

The screw tip for this product is self-tapping and self-centering. There is a unique quad lead thread for 18 millimeters of the top of the screw shank, which allows for enhanced fixation. Additionally, proximal threads allow for more engagement of exterior bone. This 3D animation shows that this medical device is compatible with the existing VIPER and EXPEDIUM portfolio.

These animations help medical professionals demonstrate to potential patients how certain procedures work, why they are needed, and how the procedures will help them.

There is an extraordinary need for visual aids to educate patients, such as the 3D animations and other services that Ghost Productions provides.

3D Animation as Training Tools

Spinal surgery and the use of spinal implants is complicated and more easily understood by medical students when they get a chance to view 3D spine surgery animations. The clarity of the demonstrations and the details shown help students learn the intricacies of spinal surgery and the use of a medical device prior to attempting to perform surgeries in real life.

It is important that the 3D animations are anatomically correct to give medical students the best view of what they may later encounter. 3D animations that are made meticulously to be anatomically correct and show the correct scale and size of the surgical procedures and the implantation of medical devices are extremely effective educational tools.

Build a Library of 3D Animation for Medical Students

There is no need to guess when students know that they have seen an accurate demonstration of that which they may encounter with spine injuries and spinal surgeryContact Ghost Productions for help with any 3D animation projects that will enhance the learning experience of medical students, especially when it comes to spinal injuries, spinal surgery and medical device implantation.

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