Veterflix, a service by 3DMedivision (CEO Kim Ki-jin), a medical edu-tech company, successfully held a 3D VOD screening at Songdo VGTC on July 30.
Many veterinarians and veterinary students participated in the event, where 3D videos of Cholecystectomy and Liver biopsy by Yoon Heon-young, a veterinary professor at Konkuk University, and TPLO surgery by Kang Byung-jae, a veterinary professor at Seoul National University, were screened.
Additionally, a real-time video conferencing Q&A session was conducted with Professor Yoon Heon-young.
Participants expressed great satisfaction, stating, "I could feel the depth and space of the affected area when I saw the surgical video in 3D," and "I had a question while watching the lecture video, and it was good to hear the answer through real-time Q&A."
Veterflix, the host of the screening, stated, "The goal was to provide education close to the eyes of the technician through 3D videos," and added, "We will provide more 3D images and advanced forms of education in the future."
Meanwhile, various animal medical devices companies, such as Raon Medics, Yden, WSI, Samsung Medison, and Medimaru, also participated in the event to engage with the participants.
3DMedivision, a medical edu-tech company, announced that it has signed an agent contract with Vector Inc. to enter the medical 3D video education content market for Japanese veterinarians and humans.
Vector is a Japanese business partner and distributor of 3DMedivision and plans to provide all the services necessary to enter Japan, including market promotion, sales and marketing, and consulting.
Through this contract, 3D Medivision will target the Asian medical education market after the U.S. by providing veterinary surgery education video content platform ‘Veterflix’, practical education services, medical consulting services using ‘PDRN’, and surgical education content platform in the field of human medicine, ‘Surgflix’.
Meanwhile, Vector is Japan's No. 1 marketing agency and conducts comprehensive communication activities such as advertising planning, management consulting, promotional marketing, sales and distribution, and venture investment. Since its establishment in 1993, it has been listed on the Tokyo Exchange in 2012 and has a market capitalization of about 63 billion yen (4.4 hundred million dollar).
It also has a rich overseas network starting from its Tokyo headquarters in Japan, Osaka, Fukuoka, Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, and Malaysia, and has a high understanding of the Asian market based on the know-how accumulated at each base.
Currently, there are a total of 17 veterinary universities in Japan and 40,000 veterinarians, twice the size of Korea (10 veterinary colleges and 20,000 veterinarians). In addition, with the introduction of the "Animal nurse" national certification system since last year, the demand for tests and medical education to complete the curriculum and obtain certificates is expected to be high.
In addition, Japan has a high preference for professional veterinarians with international certificates, and the need for professional education is expected to be high as clinical sites in animal hospitals such as animal home visits, pet prevention medical centers, and pet oriental medicine treatments are being advanced and subdivided.
For these reasons, 3DMedivision plans to join hands with Vector to create meaningful results of its veterinary medical education content business in the Japanese market, traditionally called ‘Pet’s Heaven’.
"The Japanese pet market is worth 16 trillion won, 3.5 times that of Korea, and the number of animal hospitals in Japan is systematic enough to be similar to the number of convenience stores," a vector official said.
He added, "We plan to strengthen 3DMedivision's competitiveness in the Japanese market through Vector's excellent communication skills and efficient cooperation."
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Kyungsung University's Department of Companion Biology signed an MOU with 3D Medivision (VETERFLIX).
On the 16th, Kyungsung University signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with 3D Medivision, which specializes in veterinary education and provides educational content production, supply, and seminars through Veterflix. Through collaboration, the two organizations plan to provide opportunities to contribute to fostering animal health professionals and jointly develop animal health curricula.
Kyungsung University's Department of Pet Biology was reorganized in 2021 to foster talented individuals who can work in various fields such as health, management, research, and educational activities related to pets. The department provides professional education to qualify for the national professional qualification exam.
Meanwhile, Kyungsung University will purchase 3D Medivision's Vet-TV™, a veterinary anatomy education video system used for anatomy education, and install the results of the curriculum signed by this agreement on the Vet-TV™ video education system. Vet-TV™ has recently been in the spotlight at veterinary schools nationwide, as well as universities that train animal health professionals such as Kyungsung University, providing a wider range of educational content, including a total of 32 anatomical practice videos.
Kwon Man-woo, the vice president of Kyungsung University, said, "I hope Kyungsung University's Department of Pet Biology and 3D Medivision will maintain a good partnership to foster pets that have become important in daily life." An official from 3D Medivision said, "We are preparing various contents with professors. We will continue to help professors provide high-quality educational content to students."
- Declaring to pioneer the medical education market in collaboration with 3DMedivision, which is operating veterinary education platform Veterflix
Bucheon University signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with 3DMedivision on the 20th to train experts related to professionals in the animal health field. (Feb 20th, 2023) In the wake of this business agreement, Bucheon University agreed to jointly develop pet health education courses with 3DMedivision to reinforce insufficient educational programs in the rapidly growing pet industry market.
Through the MOU signed, the two organizations plan to collaborate in order to improve to the health management of pets and the training of professionals in the animal health field through academic exchanges and collaboration projects.
Along with the agreement, Bucheon University purchased the Vet-TV™ video education system, a veterinary anatomical education imaging system provided by 3DMedivision. The Vet-TV™ video education system is a system that is supplied to most veterinary colleges and used for anatomy education, and the results produced through this agreement will be installed in the Vet-TV™ video education system.
Professor Kim Hyun-joo, head of the department of pets at Bucheon University, said, "We hope our pet department will be a more meaningful curriculum." As animal health professionals become national certificates, the number of animal health professionals training institutions is gradually increasing and interest in these educational programs is increasing, and the interest in the Vet-TV™ video education system is increasing.
Bucheon University's Pet Department was newly opened in 2023 with the aim of growing into an expert in the animal health field leading the pet industry by training experts with both future-oriented thinking and practical skills based on a sense of respect for animal life.
3DMedivision, which serves Korea's largest veterinary online and offline education program, is firmly establishing its position in veterinary education by producing and supplying educational content, online and offline combined education, and seminars through the veterinary surgery education platform Veterflix
| 24 veterinarians...Abdominal and Cardiac Ultrasound Lectures and Practice for 2 Days
Veterflix (veterflix.com), serviced by 3D Medivision (CEO Kim Ki-jin), a medical edutech company, announced that it has successfully completed two days of ultrasound training with Professor Yoon Hak-young (Veterinary Imaging Medicine at jeonbuk National University).
A total of 24 veterinarians participated in the training, and a total of eight tables were operated, one trillion per three. On the first day, it dealt with abdominal and cardiac ultrasound on the second day, and after learning the basics through theoretical lectures in the morning, practical training through experimental dogs continued in the afternoon.
The training was legally conducted through IACUC-approved experimental dogs at the VGTC (Veterflix Global Training Center), a veterinarian clinical practice education and training center in Songdo run by Veterflix.
The latest ultrasound equipment from Samsung Medison and Canon was used for practical training, and Professor Yoon Hak-young oversaw the entire practice and one instructor was assigned to each of the two tables to assist practical training.
The students expressed satisfaction with the ultrasound training, leaving reviews, saying, "The environment was good," "I was satisfied with the theory and practice lectures," "I was able to focus on various organs for a long time," "I liked the fact that graduate teachers and professors taught me throughout the practice," and I was satisfied with the ultrasound training.
After two days of training, certificates were issued to 24 students.
Students of this ultrasound practice will be provided with Professor Yoon Hak-young's theoretical lecture and ultrasound demonstration video separately for 30 days on the day of the practice. Students are expected to be able to improve the completeness of their learning by freely getting a chance to review for 30 days, not just in simple practice.
"We plan to conduct more improved ultrasound practice more often in the future," a Betterflix official said. "We will try to provide veterinarians with more opportunities to practice in various fields."
source : https://www.dailyvet.co.kr/news/academy/180326 (KR)
3D Medivision VeterFlix, conducts ultrasound training with Prof. Yoon Hak-young(JeonBuk National University)
Abdominal ultrasound and cardiac ultrasound practice for two days, one day each.
Betterflix (veterflix.com), serviced by 3D Medivision (CEO Kim Ki-jin), a medical edutech company, will hold two days of ultrasound practice with Professor Yoon Hak-young of Chonbuk National University on January 29 (Sun) and February 5 (Sun).
This ultrasound training includes wet-lab using Canon and Samsung Medison's ultrasound devices. An imaging medical instructor, including Professor Yoon Hak-young, is deployed to ask questions and receive feedback immediately during practice.
Twenty-four veterinarians (a group of three) who want to learn abdominal and cardiac ultrasound properly will be recruited on a first-come, first-served basis.
(krYoon Hak-young, a professor of Chonbuk National University, graduated from Konkuk University's College of Veterinary Medicine and went through the Department of Imaging Medicine at Konkuk University's Animal Hospital. He gained field experience while serving as an adjunct professor at Konkuk University, representative director of Bundang Leaders Animal Medical Center at 24:00, vice president of Sungshin Women's University branch at VIP Animal Medical Center, and director of radiology at Nell Animal Medical Center.
Details can be found on the Veterflix website(Ultrasohograpy landing page)
Meanwhile, Veterflix is also holding a New Year's event. Under the theme of "Shall we expand the scope of treatment in our animal hospital to the dentist from the new year?" You can take Dr. Brett's dental package (52 VODs in total) at once. In particular, it is expected to be helpful for animal hospitals that are usually interested in dental treatment as one person can purchase it and up to three people can watch it.
Source : https://www.dailyvet.co.kr/news/academy/178071 (KR)
ZERON BIO signed an MOU with 3DMedivision to advance into domestic and overseas veterinary markets based on PDRN
ZERON BIO, a PDRN-based raw material drug company, announced on the 27th that it has signed a strategic MOU with 3DMedivision to enter the domestic and foreign veterinary market.
ZERON BIO plans to join hands with 3DMedivision, a company specializing in medical edutech, to launch joint research to enter the domestic and foreign veterinary market. Based on PDRN-based pharmaceutical technology developed by ZERON BIO with its own technology, it will jointly target the domestic and foreign veterinary markets by utilizing the veterinary infrastructure owned by 3DMedivision.
PDRN is a nucleic acid substance extracted from salmon sperm or sperm, and is widely used as filler, pain injections, and eye drops in the phosphorus market due to its excellent regenerative effect. ZERON BIO will start producing pain injections, eye drops, and fillers and start selling them in earnest next year.
Until now, PDRN has not been used in the veterinary market due to high prices, but ZERON BIO has developed mass production technology, enabling it to enter the veterinary market. Based on this, ZERON BIO expects to maximize synergy with 3DMedivision, the No. 1 medical edutech company in the veterinary field.
3DMediVision established a 200-pyeong training center in Songdo last year. There are 15 beds, surgical instruments, and 3D filming equipment installed. In addition, next to the laboratory, 132 people can watch videos in real time and share their opinions, making it a leading company in the domestic and foreign veterinary education market.
Kim Ki-jin, CEO of 3DMediVision, said, "This agreement has created a foundation for providing high-quality veterinary services," adding, "We have prepared another revenue generation source through entering the animal market using PDRN."
Kim Deok-gyu, CEO of ZERON BIO, also said, "Based on 3DMedivision's excellent infrastructure, we will be able to pioneer another market using PDRN," adding, "We will try to contribute to the veterinary market by making various treatments through PDRN in the future."
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Sources : https://news.mt.co.kr/mtview.php?no=2022122713523964732 (Kr)
Development of disposable epidural catheter for animals
WSI(299170), a pharmaceutical and medical device distribution company, will enter the veterinary market in earnest with 3DMEDIVISION, a medical edutech company.
WSI announced that it has signed a strategic business agreement with 3D Medivision, which operates the veterinary education platform "Veterflix" to advance into the pet medical field through the development of animal endoscopy.
3D Medivision, which has the largest veterinary online education content in Korea, is solidifying its position in the field of veterinary education by producing and supplying educational content, online and offline combined education, and seminars through Veterflix, an education platform exclusively for veterinarians.
WSI is pushing to develop a disposable epidural catheter for animals to expand the scope of use of the disposable epidural catheter product KESS300 to animals, and held a seminar on how to use the model at the Veterflix Global Training Center (VGTC) in Songdo, Incheon on the 29th.
"As a result of continuous cooperation with related institutions and researchers to enter the veterinary market, we received a positive response that technology can be applied to the market," a WSI official said. "We will make various efforts to expand the scope of surgery while allowing the product to be applied to animal surgery."
Currently, with most animal surgeries performed as open surgery, animal endoscopy is expected to leave only small scars and enable rapid recovery, reduce bleeding during surgery, and significantly reduce exposure to the risk of infection.
Meanwhile, VGTC, the Veterflix Global Training Center, offers a variety of training for veterinarians, including Live Surprise, Hands-on Course, Dry-Lab, Wet-Lab, and Seminar. Surgical practice on December 11 and TPLO practice conducted by Professor Kang Byung-jae of Seoul National University on December 18 will follow. More information can be found on the Betterplex website (www.veterflix.com).
Sources(KR) : https://www.dailyvet.co.kr/news/industry/176182
We developed a disposable epidural catheter for animals
[Financial News] WSI, a KOSDAQ medical device distribution company, will develop an endoscope for animal medical devices and enter the so-called "pet economy" market.
An official from WSI said on the 30th, "We have signed a strategic business agreement with 3D Medivision, a company specializing in medical edutech, to carry out projects related to pet medical care."
3D Medivision has online educational content related to veterinary medicine. It will produce and supply educational content through the vet-only 3D surgery education platform "Veterflix."
Based on the previously developed disposable epidural catheter product "KESS300," WSI plans to develop disposable epidural catheter applicable to animals.
An official from WSI said, "As a result of continuous cooperation with related institutions and researchers to enter the veterinary market, we received a positive answer that technology can be applied to the market. We will conduct various studies to expand the scope of surgery."
"Currently, most animal surgeries are open surgery methods, and endoscopy for applicable surgeries will enable surgery with relatively little bleeding and less blood transfusion," he said. "It will significantly lower exposure to rapid recovery, small scars, and infection risks."
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On the 5th (Saturday), the medical endoscope company Karl Storz Endoscopic Korea (CEO Kim Tae-hyun, Carlstoltz Korea) held an arthroscopic workshop for veterinarians at VGTC in Songdo, Incheon.
The Small Animal Artistic Masterclass Workshop was the first workshop (hands-on course) organized by Karl Storz Korea for domestic veterinarians.
The event was held with lectures and hands-on guidance by Professor Mark Glyde of Murdoch University in Korea. Professor Mark Glide, an AOVET instructor and European veterinary surgeon (DECVS), is a world-renowned authority in veterinary orthopedic neurosurgery. He has also visited Korea several times and is well-known among domestic veterinarians.
The workshop consisted of theoretical lectures, hands-on practice, and Wrap-Up, which lasted from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Theoretical lectures and hands-on practices were alternately conducted, starting with a subjective joint (front leg bend joint), which is good for applying arthroscopy for the first time.
Professor Mark Glide explained with an easy example and helped the participants understand. Veterinarian Kim Ah-young, who majored in veterinary neurosurgery at Seoul National University's veterinary school and completed the American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation (ACVSMR), also had a smooth translation.
Participants in the workshop said, "I wanted this type of lecture," adding, "I thank Carlstoltz for providing me with a good opportunity to learn, and I've solved a lot of questions."
In particular, veterinarians who directly participated in the hands-on course said, "I found out that I didn't need much equipment to start arthroscopy."
Veterinarians who could not participate in the hands-on course stayed in the lecture hall and watched the course in real time through VGTC's system. Practice videos, arthroscopic images, as well as voice were shared in real time. Veterinarians expressed satisfaction with the latest real-time relay system.
VGTC (Veterflix Global Training Center), established by 3D Medivision Veterflix in Songdo for veterinary clinical practice training, has a Wet-lab facility including real-time 3D relay equipment so that you can perform surgery or perform ultrasound tests while watching 3D images.
Karl Storz Korea explained, "Karl Storz is the only company that provides the largest range of animal-only endoscopy products, from micro to super-large animals," adding, "We communicate with veterinarians at a global level and provide various educational opportunities."
"This workshop was Karl Storz Korea's first step for domestic veterinarians who wanted to acquire the latest knowledge and skills in the developing veterinary field," he added. "We will continue to actively carry out domestic workshops."
Meanwhile, Karl Storz runs the Center for Advanced Veterinary Education (CAVE) with Murdoch University. Two workshops are scheduled for November, and can be reached at CAVE@murdoch.edu.au or +61 (08)93606342 (Principles of Arthroscopic for Small Animal Practice from November 16 to 17, Small Animal Advanced Arthroscopic – Stile Joint).