According to the reporter of Sada Va Sima news agency;
During the unveiling ceremony of “Tashrihyar,” Dr. Alireza Zali, the head of Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, shared remarkable insights about the revolutionary electronic dissection table. Speaking to the audience, he emphasized its foundation on international anatomical references, boasting an extensive collection of educational models and virtual reconstructions of real human cadavers. With over 30,000 anatomical pieces and advanced support for virtual reality and augmented reality, “Tashrihyar” stands as a groundbreaking tool.
Dr. Zali proudly highlighted the university’s commitment to a product-oriented approach and the integration of science and wealth creation, aligning it with the ethos of third-generation universities. He expressed the honor of witnessing scientific achievements and entrepreneurial endeavors flourishing within the university. To further advance this progress, the establishment of an official university entrepreneur headquarters is set to commence in the near future.
Drawing attention to the distinctive features of “Tashrihyar,” Dr. Zali underscored its superiority over comparable devices. Notably, it provides users with comprehensive radiological data, including MRI and CT scans of cadavers, facilitating enhanced training opportunities. The software and electronic table offer a vast array of specialized anatomical and radiological models for disease-specific instruction, including a unique model designed for studying the brain and nervous system. Additionally, the system excels in its high quality, interactive capabilities with cadavers and the simulation of over 150 movement models related to the human body’s musculoskeletal system.
Dr. Zali highlighted a groundbreaking aspect of the software—the presentation of fetal body models at various stages of development, depicted in a schematic form with realistic constructions. He also emphasized its ability to provide cross-sectional anatomy from multiple angles and sections of the human body. Noteworthy functionalities include note-taking and saving directly within the device, recording curriculums, conducting exams and tests, and incorporating text information, photos, and educational videos tailored to each university’s academic curriculum. Furthermore, the software and digital dissection table allow for the export of models, facilitating 3D printing.
In summary, “Tashrihyar” introduces a new era in medical education, combining advanced technology with extensive educational resources. Its remarkable features serve as a testament to Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences’ dedication to innovation and academic excellence.