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The Next Big Thing in Surgical Video
It's not just larger screens and better resolution, it's also about integrating processes and empowering surgeons and staff.
Joe Paone
Publish Date: April 9, 2021   |  Tags:   Surgical Video and Imaging
VIEW FROM THE TOP Ceiling-mounted monitors displaying ultra-high-def video hang around the sterile field in state-of-the-art ORs, leaving the floor clear of cords and wires.   |   John Martin-Eatinger

When most people think of "video," they think screens ?— specifically, their size and whether they have HD or 4K resolution. In an OR, size and resolution are obviously crucial, but to truly leverage the power of surgical video, consider how it can integrate seamlessly into the rest of what you do.

Video integration goes beyond presenting excellent images and video during surgery. It means automatically sending intraoperative images and video to an electronic medical record (EMR). It means enabling providers to communicate, collaborate and visualize what's happening in one OR without leaving another. It means empowering your entire staff by allowing them to see what surgeons see during procedures.

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