A digital twin is a digital replica of a physical object or system. In the context of healthcare, a digital twin could be used to model and simulate a patient’s anatomy, physiology, or medical condition. This can be useful for a number of reasons, including planning surgeries, evaluating treatment options, and predicting the likely outcomes of different courses of action. Digital twins can also be used to test and optimize new medical devices or procedures before they are used on patients, reducing the risk of complications and improving outcomes. By creating digital models of patients and their conditions, healthcare providers can gain a better understanding of the factors that are affecting their health and make more informed decisions about how to care for them.
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