Augmented reality interfaces are giving physicians new ways to access and interact with the information they need most.

When performing their life saving duties, it is critical for doctors to always be up to date on information about their patient and have the best tools at their disposal. In the analog realm this is fairly straightforward, however as hospitals adapt to the cutting edge of digital technologies, it is opening up an entirely new set of possibilities. In particular, augmented reality is being used in specialized situations to give doctors and nurses guidance during complex procedures and to display useful information where it is needed most.

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