An exclusive 360° view of the high drama of an operation on a six-month-old baby. All’s well that ends well..


Thursday 28 March 2013

On its website, Blick.ch tells us a nice story… A six-month-old baby’s heart has stopped. As Dr Michael Hubler (right) and his team repair a hole in Fabrizio’s heart, the boy is kept alive in the 90-minute procedure by the heart-lung machine behind the surgeon at the Children’s Hospital in Zurich pumping blood into his body.

An operation on a six-month-old baby

Dominik Baumann worked since last fall to get a permission for doing this panoramashooting. He had to wear clothes like the doctor to be sterile and was not allowed to come closer than 1 meter to the surgery table. Thanks to Panotour Pro, Dominik added hotspots to explain important steps & functions of each person during a heart surgery. This tour was published in Blick.ch’s website as well on the iPad App of Blick.

Each person has a crucial job

Happily, the operation has been a great success. A week after this picture was taken, Fabrizio was able to leave hospital with his mother. All’s well that ends well…

Doctor's delight for his patient next day

If you want to read the full story, visit Blick.ch


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2 Responses to “An exclusive 360° view of the high drama of an operation on a six-month-old baby. All’s well that ends well..”

  1. Pierre Gielen Says:

    I read the text saying: “Thanks to Panotour Pro, Dominik added hotspots to explain important steps & functions of each person during a heart surgery.” So how is this done in Panotour Pro? I tried it recently and asked questions about it in the forum, but got the impression that this was not possible from within the software unless I entered these hotspot as links to a webpage.


  2. Ivan Majc Says:

    Great work, bravo.
    My question is How did you do VP in surgery room (mono-pod, tripod,…?)

    Ivan


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