Computer-assisted surgeries are changing the nature of today’s operating room (OR). The technology innovations are not only improving outcomes for the patients but also reducing surgery time and radiation dose for surgeons and OR staff. In this talk, we will start with an overview of the technologies that enable this revolution of pre-operative planning, intra-operative imaging, navigation with optical tracking, and robotics for the accurate and robust placement of implants. We will then review how Qt’s core C++ libraries and QML module are leveraged to deliver responsive touch-screen user interface backed by the infrastructure of core components ranging from QQuaternion to QCamera. Finally, we will look at how to meet regulatory requirements for Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) for medical devices with Qt as Off-The-Shelf (OTS) software.
Speaker: Sanjay M. Joshi (Director of Software, Globus Medical Inc.)
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