For surgeons. By surgeons.
Kaliber is equipping surgeons with the tools they need to do their utmost for every patient.
Kaliber works for surgeons
More informed, confident patients.
Surgeons will be able to use Rekap™, Kaliber's patient communication experience, to make sure their patients get the pre-op information and instructions they need to enter surgery prepared and confident.
Kaliber Kopilot™: a first-of-its-kind intraoperative AI toolkit.
Kaliber is building AI-powered surgical software solutions that combine the skills of the surgeon with the precision and accuracy of real-time AI. These tools will help lighten surgeons' cognitive load and improve surgical accuracy, consistency, and efficiency.
Post-op insights aid patient recovery.
Kaliber labels surgeon-selected intraoperative images and video clips for each patient. This labeled imaging offers a useful visual aid to facilitate productive and meaningful conversations with patients about their surgery and recovery.
Connecting surgeons and physical therapists.
Surgeons can share Kaliber-labeled images with physical therapists and post-op care teams to ensure an informed, unified approach to post-op recovery.
Kaliber's 3 core proprietary technologies
Kaliber is building a suite of AI-powered surgical guidance tools – including
real-time recognition, bluDot™ virtual landmarking technology, and automatic
digital measurement – that will provide reliable guidance and produce greater accuracy during surgery.
Raising the bar for surgical training
Kaliber's intraoperative guidance tools have the potential to dramatically assist with surgical training and help surgeons continue to learn and improve throughout their career.
Surgical skills training is evolving and its importance is being recognized as essential. Kaliber.ai’s potential to objectively assess operative performance would be a game-changer. It would allow us not only to develop validated performance metrics much faster, but also would offer the ability to provide essential proximate feedback to the trainee on their performance and create deliberate practice strategies to improve their skills. Eventually surgical templates could help guide the novice surgeon in ‘best practices’ as they learn new techniques.
- Dr. Richard Angelo
Past President, Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA) • AANA Education Foundation Board of Directors • Institute for Surgical Excellence Advisory Board
As an educator, I find that the bluDot technology will help train our next generation of residents by helping them identify landmarks and plan their intraoperative decision making more precisely. Trainees that utilize this tool will have an advantage over others and will see it as a must have addition to their training.
- Dr. Brian Feely
Chief of Sports Medicine and Shoulder Surgery, UCSF • AOSSM and OREF Young Investigator Awards