Jeffrey J. Larson, M.D. performs a minimally invasive lumbar fusion surgery using the anterior approach.
This is a demonstration of how the WHO Safe Surgery Saves Lives Checkist functions in an operation, in this case a trauma surgery. For more information on the Checklist and the Safe Surgery Saves Lives Campaign, visit www.
Note: There is no audio to accompany this video PEAK Surgical has developed a family of disposable surgical cutting and coagulation tools ideal for breast lumpectomy surgery. PlasmaBlade offers the technology needed for a variety of procedures: The PlasmaBlade, which is designed to be used to cut through all types of soft tissue, including skin, fat and muscle.
This educational video used for student orientation at OSF Saint Francis Medical Center on how to use the Pyxis SupplyStation® as a storage and supply automation solution.
Laparoscopic Supracervical Hysterectomy (LSH) is a common advanced laparoscopic procedure offered as treatment for a number of gynecologic problems. Ideas vary among surgeons regarding optimal closing techniques of the cervix and pelvic floor.
The Arctic Sun from Medivance controls the temperature of the water circulating through the ArcticGel Pads via a patient/temperature feedback loop. The patient can be cooled or kept normothermic as the pads transfer heat from patient—without posing the risk of DVT, insertion site bleeding or infection associated with catheters.
Loyola University Medical Center uses Surgicount Medical Safety Sponge system to track sponges before and after surgery, helping to reduce instances of retained surgical sponges in patients.
Dr. Stefan Kreuzer performs a direct anterior approach for total hip resurfacing, one of the minimally invasive techniques used in hip resurfacing surgery.
INTRODUCTION: Natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery (NOTES) has been widely discussed during the last years. Beside experimental work, clinical experience are still limited and most of the working groups only performed cholecystectomies.
Dr. Alvarez performs and narrates this surgery of a gastric sleeve (Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy) with a hiatal hernia repair.
In this video, Dr. Craig Rogers of the Vattikuti Urology Institute at Henry Ford Hospital performs a Robotic Radical Nephrectomy entirely through a single incision less than 3 inches in length. This is the first surgery of its kind performed in Michigan and one of the first in the world.
Well, not the actual skin, but a Florida biotechnology company has created a surface technology designed using shark skin as a model to prevent hospital acquired infections December 3, 2009 Medical professionals are desperately seeking ways to limit the growing number of patients who suffer from infections after they are admitted to the hospital.
Surgeons at St. Luke's Roosevelt laparoscopically repair a large herniation of the entire stomach and most of the pancreas into the chest, behind the heart.