NHS medical students are now training on HOLOGRAMS to practice treating anaphylaxis and pneumonia 


Patient holograms are to be used to train British medical students in a world-first.

Medics at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge will wear virtual reality headsets and treat life-like 3D patients as part of their training.

The pioneering technology will be used to teach a range of modules, starting with respiratory and emergency medicine.

Wearing the headsets or using their smartphones or tablets, students can see each other but also interact with a multi-layered holographic patient.

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