When a physician is working through the minute window of a laparoscope or endoscope, image is everything, and quality is paramount. Many minimally invasive (MI) surgeons utilize Sony high-performance HD products to deliver the full nuances of anatomical structure, color and detail with incredible accuracy to capture their precise, streamlined procedures in the O.R.
HD for Minimally Invasive Surgery
A Dramatically Enhanced Window on the Body
In today's advanced O.R., high definition video technology is bringing precise, detailed images of human anatomy-often larger than life-to minimally invasive surgeries in hospitals nationwide.
St. Elizabeth Medical Center
St. Elizabeth Medical Center Continues its Commitment to Providing Leading HD Technology in the OR
Incorporating Sony HD printing, along with state-of-the-art HD surgical visualization with the ConMed™ Linvatec digital endoscopic HD camera system, into its advanced HD video operating rooms (OR)s is part of its long-term commitment to leveraging leading edge technologies for the benefit of patient care.
General Surgery News Special Report
Optimizing Patient Care and Postoperative Education: Recording, Archiving, and Reviewing Intraoperative Data in the Clinical Setting
The Sony HVO-1000MD Medical Grade HD Digital Video Recorder and the Sony OPSIGATE Content Management and Delivery System are currently in use at Ohio State University Medical Center as one part of a comprehensive custom-designed system to facilitate intraoperative data storage and retrieval. This article describes the experience of practitioners at that institution and how their system that incorporates the Sony technology has changed their clinical workflow and capabilities.