ADEMA University School works on precision diagnostics through tactile simulation and AI

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Pere Riutord: „We can practice any treatment with artificial intelligence before going to the patient”B. Raman

The ADEMA University School got Integrating haptic (tactile) and holographic simulation with artificial intelligence to achieve „one big achievement”, precision detection. He explains it this way Pere ReudartThe head of the academic center's Research Council points out that „transferring real CBCT or CT cases to the simulator allows for practice before reaching the patient.”

ADEMA stands out for its activity in research and innovation, its highest point 3D Research and Development Lab and Artificial Intelligence in Health and Fine Arts, which makes the academic center „a reference center”. It uses its technology in a „transversal” way, meaning it is used in all three university degrees: dentistry, human nutrition and dietetics, and fine arts.

The university center is total Fifteen simulators, its main feature is to allow haptic simulation. „What we're playing with has the hardness of the real thing,” says Reudart.

Adding this technology to artificial intelligence is a „huge achievement,” said the associate dean of dentistry, Precision DiagnosticsA finding presented by ADEMA at an international symposium at Harvard last year. In particular, by focusing on the use of artificial intelligence (AI) techniques, it helps the dentist in the prediction of primary root canal therapy in patients with periapical lesions.

The University Center has had these simulators for four years. According to Riutord, they were two and started „When we saw the potential of this technology, we asked for more.”. The initial idea is to „change the patient” and deepen the progress in learning different techniques in dentistry, but little by little, thanks to the different software they work with, He went „further” by deciding to move CT scans from real cases to a simulator so that he could practice „before reaching the patient”..

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„This technology is suitable for any health science specialty”The head of the ADEMA Research Council emphasizes that because it allows work on anatomical models, it does everything from catheterization to spinal intervention.

This time we can work on real anatomical models and make interventions, tests, prognoses and treatments all thanks to this information, which makes this technology „the most useful advance in interventional medicine”. In this sense, it acknowledges the mission of the university school „Achieves all health specialties” and carry out „collaborative activities” with the Faculty of Medicine of the University of the Balearic Islands (UIB) and various hospitals.

Riutord expects to be at ADEMA now Early detection of oral cancer using ultrasound is being studied. „We are working on software with radiologists in two areas of this type of disease,” he explains, „in its early diagnosis and in perilabial remodeling, „which will already enter the field of aesthetics,” he notes.

„The use of ultrasound can avoid many problems, because not all lip structures are ready for any kind of intervention,” he says.

Fourteen projects are underway

Over the past four years, ADEMA University School has undertaken Fifty publications in Web of Sciencehas Fourteen research projects are underwayAvailable It stands out among the many awards won by the association for the development of educational technology and new technologies used in education (EDUTEC). For the use of haptic 3D simulation in undergraduate courses in dentistry and fine arts.

Besides, He has published up to three booksTwo in dentistry and one in fine arts, and ongoing Fifteen doctoral theses, one of which is an investigation into the relationship between gum problems and physical ailments. This paper also highlights the importance of waist diameter and proves that „healthy excess weight is not”.

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Pere Reudart poses next to haptic simulators at ADEMA.

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