Story excerpt provided by Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Written by Julie Washington.
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Augmented reality goggles that allow surgeons to see a 3-D image of their patient’s organs will soon be used. And, physicians will use a medical device similar to a GPS to navigate surgical tools through a patient’s circulatory system.
These and other futuristic-sounding medical innovations were displayed at the Cleveland Clinic Medical Innovation Summit, which opened Monday in downtown Cleveland. The innovation summit, which celebrates medical innovations that will revolutionize health care, runs through Wednesday at the Huntington Convention Center.
On the summit’s final day, the Top 10 Medical Innovations list for 2018 will be announced.
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Originally published October 24, 2017.