• SURGICAL AUGMENTED REALITY

    Be part of the next revolution of surgery

    Computer-Assisted Laparoscopic Surgery

  • SurgAR : Offering organs' transparency to surgeons: a dream come true.

    Laparoscopic surgery has brought considerable changes to all fields of surgery by introducing the concept of minimal invasive surgery. Laparoscopy has not only revolutionized the approach in surgery. It has substantially improved the surgeon's vision. The next revolution is Augmented Reality : the organ's inner anatomy is now made visible.

  • Why you must have it in your operative room ?

    Our Augmented Reality system requires no additional laparoscopic hardware. A standard monocular laparoscope is required. The software runs on a standard PC (Intel i7 desktop PC).

    Secure your gesture

    Automatically locating and highlighting critical anatomical structure : uretere, vessels

    Preventing surgeon from ureter injuries : one of the most common and serious complications of pelvic surgery. We can show you the ureter's waypath.

    Increase your accuracy during tumor resection

    Example of partial nephrectomy

    Resection's margins are made visible on the organ's external surface. You can see where to incise.

    Make your gesture more efficient

    Automatically detecting tumor to be resected

    You can reach the pathological structure easily and fastly. Thanks artificial intelligence, the system shows you pathological tissues such as endometriosis.

  • How it works ?

    Augmented reality in gynecological surgery

    Augmented reality in digestive surgery

  • Interview

  • The team

    Gynecologist

    surgeon M.D., Ph.D.

    University Hospital Estaing Clermont-Ferrand

    member of the EnCoV research group

    Professor of

    Computer Science

    University Clermont Auvergne

    member of Institut Universitaire de France

    co-leader of the EnCoV research group

    Gynecologist

    surgeon M.D., Ph.D.

    University Hospital Estaing Clermont-Ferrand

    co-leader of the EnCoV research group

    Lilian

    Calvet

    Researcher

    PhD

    University Hospital Estaing Clermont-Ferrand

    member of the EnCoV research group

    Pauline

    Chauvet

    Gynecologist

    surgeon M.D.

    University Hospital Estaing Clermont-Ferrand

    member of the EnCoV research group

    Sabrina

    Madad

    Gynecologist

    resident

    University Hospital Estaing Clermont-Ferrand

    member of the EnCoV research group

    Prasad

    Samarakoon

    Researcher

    PhD

    member of the EnCoV research group

    SurgAR collaborator

    Bertrand

    Le Roy

    Digestive surgeon

    MD, PhD

    University Hospital of Saint-Etienne,

    member of the EnCoV research group

    Emmanuel

    Buc

    Digestive surgeon

    MD

    University Hospital Estaing, Clermont-Ferrand

    member of the EnCoV research group

    Cécile

    Issert

    HR and Office Manager

    SurgAR collaborator

    Robin

    Dousse

    3D Render

    Programmer

    SurgAR collaborator

    Ivan

    Mikhailov

    PhD Student

    Computer vision

    SurgAR collaborator

    Justine

    Ménager

    Regulatory and Quality Manager

    SurgAR collaborator

  • Contact us

    Send an E-mail to: cecile@surgar-surgery.com

    Legal information

    SurgAR – S.A.S. with a share capital of €75,000 registered in the Registre du Commerce et des Sociétés de Clermont-Ferrand under the SIRENE number: 878 322 155 - Registered office: Biopôle Clermont-Limagne - 63 360 SAINT-BEAUZIRE