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Dr. Oliver Oppers Aalami

Vascular Surgeon

Stanford University

HQ Phone: (650) 723-2300

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Stanford University

857 Serra Street, Suite 210

Stanford, California 94305

United States

Company Description

Stanford University, located between San Francisco and San Jose in the heart of California's Silicon Valley, is one of the world's leading teaching and research universities. Since its opening in 1891, Stanford has been dedicated to finding solutions to b ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief Marketing Officer

Vital Enterprises

Medical Adviser

Medwhat.com Inc

Vascular Surgeon

Valley Medical Center

Vascular Surgeon

VA Medical Center

Doctors Or Clinician, Vascular Surgery, Surgery

Valley Medical Center

Education

Boston University School of Medicine

MD

Stanford University MD

bachelor's degree

molecular biology

University of California , San Diego

medical degree

Boston University

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About Us | MedWhat.com

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Dr. Oliver Aalami, Stanford University MD, MedWhat Medical Adviser

Dr. Aalami is the medical adviser to MedWhat. He is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery at Stanford University (VA Palo Alto Health Care System (VAPAHCS)). He developed a patient-controlled health history recording and sharing site (www.mememed.com) and is passionate about innovating in the health information technology space. Dr. Aalami graduated from Boston University School of Medicine and completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Stanford University prior to finishing his general surgery residency at UCSF-East Bay. He completed his vascular surgery fellowship at Northwestern University.


Stanford Vascular & Endovascular Surgery - Surgical Services - Stanford Hospital & Clinics - Stanford Medicine

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Oliver Aalami, MD, RPVI

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Oliver Oppers Aalami, MD, RPVI
Clinical Assistant Professor, Vascular Surgery (Affiliated)


Oliver ...

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Oliver Aalami

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Oliver Aalami
Chief Executive Officer
Vascular surgeon at Stanford University, with 14 years' surgical experience


Health Outcome Launches First Crowdsourcing Platform for Medical Treatments Revealing That 84% of Back Surgeries are Ineffective | Business Wire

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"Health Outcome is modernizing healthcare by capturing the voice of patient and making it easy for patients to research and compare treatments' long term impact on patients like them," said Oliver Aalami, Vascular Surgeon at Stanford University.


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To figure out how smart glasses have evolved and what the technology means to surgical teams today, Surgical Products connected the co-founders of Vital Enterprises, CEO Ash Eldritch and CMO Dr. Oliver Aalami, vascular and endovascular surgeon and clinical assistant professor of surgery at Stanford University.

What opportunities do smart glasses present for surgeons when it comes to accessing information at the point of care during surgery?
Aalami: To start off with, surgeons wear eyewear for every case...whether it is for splash protection, magnification, light source, or even radiation protection.
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Vital Enterprises CMO Dr. Oliver Aalami wearing the smart glasses from Vital Enterprises.
Eldritch: Putting information right into the field of view of the surgeon at the point of care means that the surgeon no longer needs to look away from the patient and the surgical site in order to reference key information such as vital signs, fluoroscopy and endoscopy video feeds, x-rays, CT/MRI scans and so on. This allows us to improve both general situational awareness, as Oliver discussed, as well as hand-eye coordination for types of procedures that require very high hand precision and referencing imagery, in particular neurosurgery around the brain and spine.
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Eldritch: Oliver outlined the technical and user experience challenges with the early versions of smartglasses. Between advances in the hardware and our own experience designing elegant user interactions with this very novel form factor, these challenges are being overcome.

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