Virgo Surgical Video Solutions, the leading cloud video and artificial intelligence platform for endoscopic medicine, announced the closing of its Series A financing.
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Virgo Surgical Video Solutions, Inc., a San Francisco based digital health company, received its first patent and celebrated the 30,000th
At the Super Bowl of gastroenterology—the 50th annual Digestive Diseases Week in San Diego—some of the 14,000 attendees crowded the display booth of Virgo Surgical Video Solutions.
In this post, we will be sharing some exciting news about Virgo’s efforts to improve care for inflammatory bowel disease
Indiana University Health System, a top-performing US News and World Report GI program, has expanded its partnership with Virgo Surgical
The American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy partners with Virgo Surgical Video Solutions, Inc to provide best-in-class video recording and training
Artificial intelligence (AI) can improve video recording and physician support during colonoscopy procedures, and the data being collected could eventually pave the way to AI systems powerful enough to detect polyps on their own.
Traditionally, gastroenterologists had to rely on DVDs and external hard drives in order to record and keep any video footage of the procedure. But Virgo, a startup out of San Francisco, wants to make the process easier. The company has developed a cloud-based platform for recording colonoscopies.