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Thinking About a Surgical Video Upgrade?
Visualization, image management and integration capabilities are key factors to consider.
Suraj Soudagar
Publish Date: December 10, 2020   |  Tags:   Surgical Video and Imaging
IN FULL VIEW The resolution of your video system must be clear enough for surgeons to easily determine if they should cut or ablate the tissue in their line of sight.   |   University of Massachusetts Medical School

Your surgeons can spend hours poring over data about what they need to do to ensure a superior surgical outcome, but when they actually go into the OR to operate, the crystal-clear resolution of the right surgical video system that allows them to better visualize tissue and the depth of color in the blood becomes a critical factor in their decision-making.

In order to get the most out of a video system for your facility's clinical needs, you need to know what factors to consider during an upgrade. Let's take a look at all the critical components of a surgical video system to help you decide.

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