The World’s First! 5G can be used for humains traitements

The World’s First! 5G+ Remote holographic diagnosis and treatment successfully completed at PLA General Hospital

The first 5G+ holographic remote diagnosis and treatment device worldwide was officially launched in Taizhou, Jiangsu, China on September 9. At the same time, it successfully achieved the world’s first 5G+ holographic remote diagnosis and treatment. PLA General Hospital has previously performed a variety of medical explorations in the 5G+ area, including groundbreaking projects such as the world’s first 5 G remote brain pacemaker implantation procedure, the world’s first 5 G remote complete ambulatory clinic, and so on.

The 5G+ holographic remote diagnosis and care was completed smoothly, further extending the scenario of implementation of 5G+ medical treatment. It is claimed that the world’s first 5G+ holographic remote diagnosis and treatment system ,

based on PLA General Hospital’s “5 G remote diagnosis and treatment system,” realizes the real-time

transmitting technology of remote holographic medical images by means of holographic image display and interactive holographic live broadcasting. Remote patients provide more clear and vibrant pictures of diagnosis and care, which encourage physicians and patients to communicate in real time in an atmosphere with almost zero delay.

The world’s first system-based case of 5G+ holographic remote diagnosis and treatment has been completed through cooperation between PLA General Hospital Hainan Hospital and Taizhou Meihao Hospital. Prof. Ling Zhipei, Director of Neurosurgery at PLA General Hospital, presented this 5G+ holographic remote diagnosis and treatment. Patients with Parkinson’s disease were diagnosed and remotely treated in Taizhou, Jiangsu.

In the 5G+ holographic remote diagnosis and treatment process, using the wide bandwidth and low latency of 5 G communication technology combined with holographic technology, the staff directly projected .

Professor Ling Zhipei’s holographic image at Sanya Hainan Hospital to the Taizhou Meihao Hospital site. At the same time, questions from the remote patients about the Parkinson’s disease were answered through the holographic projection interface.

The interactive impact on site shows that 5G+ holographic remote diagnosis and treatment has been incredibly close to the experience of doctors and patients in face-to – face diagnosis and care.

The number of patients recruited for the diagnosis and care experience was 15, according to sources, but after the news was published via new media outlets, almost 100 people signed up within an hour and the total number of applicants surpassed 200.

In addition, after remote diagnosis and care, Professor Ling Zhipei of Hainan Hospital in Sanya also gave a science lecture via the 5G+ holographic device at the Taizhou Meihao Hospital site, explaining the latest progress in treating Parkinson ‘s brain pacemaker disease. 5 G technology and holographic technologies have overcome the constraints of space and time in the teaching process , allowing remote speakers to realize face-to – face real-time contact with audiences thousands of miles away, improving the attending experience.

This time, 5G+ holographic technology was used by PLA General Hospital’s Hainan Hospital to split the time delay of remote diagnosis and care, and to realize the holographic image with spatial hierarchy (remote physicist).

It also ruptured the sense of distance between remote diagnosis and care, enabling patients to undergo remote physician care. The consequence of seeing the diagnosis and treatment done before your eyes. Furthermore, the real-time interactive communication through 5G+ holography of remote diagnosis and treatment can allow doctors to understand patient details in time and realize the impact of remote diagnosis and treatment. 5 G transmission technology, according to on-site technicians, ensures the transmission of big data such as holographic images, feedback images and information, and achieves ultra-low latency and stable effects on live broadcast of two-way video. In addition, the 5G+ holographic remote diagnosis and treatment system will further incorporate emerging technologies like VR , AR, motion capture, and virtual humans to realize further possibilities such as remote medical care , medical science education, remote holographic consultation and remote holographic outpatient clinics.

The characters (experts / physicians) projected in the holographic picture look almost real in front of the eyes, which could help shorten the distance between the two ends of remote diagnosis and care, so that patients and remote experts may interact more “intimately.”