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Meet Dr. Tran Tu Huynh: Engineer, breast cancer surgeon, and founder of OpticSurg. 
OpticSurg is a telehealth startup with the mission to give surgeons the tools they need to save lives. 
Tu and her diverse team of experts utilize the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold to help reshape the future of patient care.
Find out more about the ThinkPad X1 Fold here

Following is a transcription of the video.

Dr. Tran Tu Huynh, engineer, breast cancer surgeon, and founder of OpticSurg: “So you know my name, if phonetically, is ‘train to win.’ 

Do you get the pun? 

Hi. My name is Dr. Tran Tu Huynh. I’m a breast cancer surgeon, the founder of OpticSurg, and I’m a Reshaper. I was born and raised in Vietnam. I knew I wanted to be a doctor since I was 8.

Being in the OR still humbles me every day, every time. The only thing that matters in that moment, for that time, is that patient on the table.

What a lot of people don’t realize about surgery is that it’s a team effort. It’s sort of like a symphony, and how things flow can affect outcome and efficiency. And ultimately, how well we deliver care to the patients.

In healthcare, collaboration is really important. And there’s so much expert knowledge out there, but they’re not necessarily available all the time physically.

Vision Beyond is the future of telecollaboration. 

What we’re doing can essentially, next to teletransportation, allow someone to be where they need to be and see what they need to see in order to collaborate.

So an example is, if I have on a pair of smart glasses that has our platform enabled, I could look at this painting behind me directly and the person remotely could draw areas on the painting that they want me to pay closer attention to.

Through our collaboration platform, the remote person can access that through any device. It could be their phone. It could be their laptop. It could be their X1 Fold. 

What’s great about the X1 Fold, is it takes into account so many aspects of our day-to-day life. The stylus reminds me of a scalpel, so it’s very intuitive to use. 

Being a surgeon is essentially being a Reshaper. Every time we do surgery, we literally reshape someone’s anatomy in order to change their physiology and the trajectory of their life. 

As an engineer and an innovator, being …read more

Source:: Business Insider


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