Experts give some advice to those considering an integrated system.
4K suppliers describe the technology and what it means for ORs.
Choosing Wisely talking points help create dialog between surgeons and their patients, an expert said.
Safe instrument handling is a big concern for the International Safety Center, which is now listed as a non-profit.
With a recent Ebola case verified, experts looked at the lessons learned during last year's outbreak.
After working in emergency medicine, Dr. Erik Kulstad decided there had to be a better way to manage a patient's body temperature.
The system works, but could be improved so both established surgeons and new graduates can access the most information.
This option can produce significant results, while also getting the patient out of the hospital and back to daily life sooner, a study author said.
Preventative maintenance plans can benefit an operating room, but it's important all stakeholders are informed, an expert said.
“I would think it could be used for pretty much any incision,” the study's principal investigator said.
When it's launched in 2016, this blood test system will deliver results in minutes.
Instead of waiting days for blood test results, the new system lets staff know in hours what kind of infection their patients have.
The useful tools that help patients may also put a target on their backs for hackers.
As options develop for telemedicine, so does legislation and regulation. Justice Senior Attorney Jeff Rowes shared three things every surgical team needs to know.