Ceevra 3D models
Patient consultations have forever changed. With telehealth here to stay, it’s vital for surgeons to effectively communicate with the patient regarding their disease. Nothing does this better than Ceevra 3D models.
Surgeons can display Ceevra models on Zoom and many other telehealth platforms, showing patients their detailed anatomy in an easy-to-understand format.
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“Having helped create the telehealth industry, served on the board of the National Cancer Institute, represented the US at the World Health Organization, and advised the White House and Congress for 30 years, I am confident that Ceevra 3D models are ideal for telehealth patient consultations.”
Richard Boxer, MD, FACS
Finalist for Surgeon General (1997 & 2001)
Chief Medical Officer, Teladoc (2006 – 2013)
I recently did a telehealth consultation with a patient who had interviewed four other surgeons about her kidney mass. I used a Ceevra model during our video call, and both she and her family members loved it. At the end she said, ‘Alright, let’s go ahead and schedule the surgery.’
Michael McDonald, MD
Urologic Oncology Surgeon
“The Ceevra models are extremely helpful for telehealth calls with my patients. In real time I can rotate the models, zoom in and out, and show and hide structures to educate on specific topics such as vasculature and tumor depth. This gives my patients an understanding that I can’t provide with a standard CT or MRI, and they very much appreciate the additional information.”
James Porter, MD, FACS
Director of Robotic Surgery
Providence Health & Services
“There are lots of benefits to telehealth, but some cancer patients feel anxious about not seeing their doctor in person for these difficult conversations. Ceevra 3D models really help bridge the gap between in-person and video. They’re a great way to explain complex anatomy and issues in a way patients can understand, and they help create the bond that might otherwise be missing.”