Trivitron Healthcare partners with Anatomage for virtual anatomy dissection table

The table allows students to interact with young and well preserved digital cadavers instead of aged and degenerated bodies

Trivitron Healthcare, Medical education, Virtual anatomy dissection table, Anatomage, Sudip Bagchi, Medical virtualization technology

Trivitron Healthcare has entered into collaboration with Anatomage Inc, a market leader in 3D medical virtualization technology, to distribute Virtual Anatomy Dissection Table for medical education for scholars, researchers, medical & healthcare students in South and West Regions in India.

Anatomage Virtual Anatomy Dissection Table offers strategic advantage when it comes to medical education and anatomical studies offering advanced and unique anatomy content to users for educational and training purposes.

The Anatomage Table is the only fully segmented real human 3D anatomy system. Users can visualize anatomy exactly as they would on a fresh cadaver. Individual structures are reconstructed in accurate 3D, resulting in an unprecedented level of real accurate anatomy, dissectible in 3D. The Table allows for exploration and learning of human anatomy beyond what any cadaver could offer.


“Students have traditionally relied on books and cadavers for medical dissection and studies, which can put them at the risk of exposure to various contagious diseases at times,” said  Sudip Bagchi, President-Critical Life Support Systems, Trivitron Healthcare. “Now with Anatomage Virtual anatomy dissection table, medical education shall become more advanced, effective and safe. Anatomage offers a number of possibilities, solving various issues of medical schools, educational institutions and various other institutions,” he added.

The Table allows students to interact with young and well preserved digital cadavers instead of aged and degenerated bodies. The accurate details and rich content draw students’ interest and attention leading to more effective educational outcomes. Anatomage dissection table adds visual learning to anatomy programs thus improve student satisfaction. In addition to this, students and researchers can, through Anatomage virtual anatomy dissection table, can visualize real human content making use of the videos that accurately illustrate almost every region and system from the human body including moving organs like heart, lungs etc. and other anatomically intricate structures-like blood vessels, nerves and etc.