José Luis Mosso Vázquez MD
José Luis Mosso Vázquez MD
Surgeon, GI Endoscopist, Pediatrician. He performs endoscopic surgery, emergence surgeries at public health hospitals, he also is Professor Research at the School of Medicine, Universidad Panamericana in Mexico City. He performed, developed and built the first Robot as assistance for Laparoscopic surgery in Mexico, Co-Founder of Mexican Society of Computer Assisted Surgery; he introduced Virtual Reality during outpatient surgery and more applications in Medicine. He designed techniques for training laparoscopic surgery with smartphones and tablets for undergraduate students and colleges. He performs laparoscopic surgery with smartphones on humans. He applies hibernation to perform surgeries in experimental models. Recently he discovered the brain areas involved in state possession during exorcism. 8 projects in 20 years. He was born in Chacalapa, small village in Guerrero State, close to Acapulco, Mexico.
1.- Alessandra Gorini, Ph.D. candidate, José Luis Mosso, M.D. Dejanira Mosso, Erika Pineda, M.D.
Norma Leticia Ruíz, M.D. Miriam Ramírez, Jose´ Luis Morales, and Giuseppe Riva, Ph.D: Emotional Response to Virtual Reality Exposure across Different Cultures: The Role of the Attribution Process in: Cyberpshychology and Behavior, Volume 12, number 6, 2009, pp: 1-9.
2.- José Luis Mosso Vázquez, Melba C. Stetz, Roberto Gonzalez Ojeda, Brenda K. Wiederhold, Gerardo Arrellin Rosas, Elizabeth Rodriguez Schogl, Gregorio Tomás Obrador Vera, Dejanira Mosso Lara. Open Surgery while wearing night vision goggles in: Journal of Cybertherapy and Rehabilitation, Fall 2010, Volume 3, Issue 3, pp: 307-311.
3.- José Luis Mosso et als. Open Surgery While Wearing Night Vision Googles in Journal of Cybertherapy and Rehabilitation. Volumen 3, Issue 3, Fall 2010. p.p. 307-312.
4.- José Luis Mosso Vázquez. Limits of virtual anesthesia in ambulatory surgery. Surgery Curr Res 2013, 3:4
5.- José Luis Mosso Vázquez. Cyber therapy to reduce distress in critical unit care of cardiac recovery surgery. Surgery Curr Res 2013, 3:4
6.- José Luis Mosso et als. Cybertherapy in Medicine, Clinical applications to reduce pain and anxiety. Cybertherapy and Rehabilitation. July 2013.
7.- José Luis Mosso Vázquez, Amador Santander, José Luis Mosso Jr, Kenneth Gao, Brenda Wiederhold and Marl D Wiederhold, Using Cybertherapy to reduce postoperative anxiety in cardiac recovery intensive care units. Journal Anesth Clin Res 2013, 4:10 p.p. 307-312.
8.- José Luis Mosso Vázquez. Jean-Baptiste Golsong Brenda K. Wiederhold. Cybertherapy in Medicine – Clinical Applications to Reduce Pain and Anxiety CyberTherapy & Rehabilitation, May 2014.
9.- José Luis Mosso Vázquez, Brenda K. Wiederhold,2,3 Ian Miller,4 Mark D. Wiederhold. Virtual Reality assisted anesthesia during upper gastrointestinal endoscopy report of 115 cases. European Medical Journal Innovations, Vol.11. January 2017, pages 75-82
10.- José Luis Mosso Vázquez. Brenda K. Wiederhold, Ian Miller, Dejanira Mosso Lara, Mark D. Wiederhold. Virtual Reality Assisted Anesthesia (VRAA) during Upper Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: Report of 115 Cases— Analysis of Physiological Responses. Surgical Research Updates Journal, 2017, 5, 000-000
11.- José Luis Mosso Vázquez. Brenda K. Wiederhold, Ian Miller, and Mark D. Wiederhold. Virtual Reality Pain Distraction During Gynecological Surgery – A Report of 44 Cases”. Surgical Research Updates journal. 2017, 5, 12-16.
12.- José Luis Mosso Vázquez. Surgeries under Suspended Animation (Hibernation). J Anest & Inten Care Med. Volume 2 Issue 1-March 2017. DOI: 10.19080/JAICM.2017.02.555578. pp 001-003
13.- Jose Luis Mosso, Brenda K. Wiederhold, Filippo La Paglia, Danilo Guarino, Daniele La Barbera, Jose Luis Mosso Jr., Ian Miller, Mark D. Wiederhold. Study of gender differences in VR response following cardiac surgery. J Psychol Cognition. 2017;2(1):67-71.
Surgical simulators with smartphones
Surgical simulators with smartphones and tablets.
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Brussels (Dominic Skofier). How Virtual Reality will create a better Humankind
CNN USA Great Big Story How Virtual Reality Helps Surgery Patients in rural.
Mosaicscience. Virtual Painless – how VR is making surgery simpler. England. Joanna Marchant. January 2017
The Atlantic. Virtual Reality Can Make the Pain Easier to Bear. Joanna Marchant. January 2017
The Independent newspaper. Virtual Painless – how VR is making surgery simpler. January 2017
Ars Technica. Virtual Painless – how VR is making surgery simpler. January 2017
BBC. The surgeon giving his patients VR instead of sedatives . January 2017
Cirugías en zonas indígenas 2017 CNN-UP
“I analyze a case of Out of Body Experience, OBE, without autoscopy of an indigenous female of 55 years of age and her cousin, a male of 20 years old.”
The interest in parapsychology is for personal experiences and the rapid development of science and technology that have allowed an approach in the last decades of neuroscience with religion. The results obtained convince me more every day of the spiritual capacity of being a human being that in spite of being in transhumanism, there is still a lot to discover about the mental capacities of the human brain.