ACRM Corp's patent pending process of rendering three-dimensional models from CT and MRI scans allows physicians and surgeons to hold an exact, anatomically correct replica of the patient's spine, skull or other skeletal part. An expert medical stereolithographer carefully analyzes and formats the patient's CT or MRI scan to optimize it for production.
Adventist Medical Center is the only place on the west coast that offers our patients the Lisa Laser. This device gives our surgeons more precision during a robotic-assisted surgery using the da Vinci surgical system.
The producers of KHOU and anchor Shermin-Chow filmed and broadcast the first part of the story of the operation on October 20, 2010 at Humble surgical hospital and promised the viewers they would go back to see if the procedure worked. That first segment was picked up by affliates and broadcast nationally.
From the industrial market into the operating room, Datamatrix codes are more resistant, readable, and pack more information into a smaller space than bar codes. Using laser markers, the codes can be engraved on any instrument regardless of size. For more information, check out www.
Stomach - Transvisceral Flexible Endoscopy Under Laparoscopic Guidance- A Bridge to Natural Orifice Translumenal Endoscopic Surgery - NOTES.
South Korea is trying to position itself as the destination of choice for medical tourists.
TITLE: Laparoendoscopic Single Site (LESS) Nissen Fundoplication Background: Laparoendoscopic single site surgery encourages the application of laparoscopic Nissen fundoplication by reducing the number of incisions, thereby improving cosmesis and possibly reducing pain and length of recovery.
Baptist opens a new Cardiovascular Surgical Suite. It's an advanced Hybrid Operating Room for minimally invasive cardiac and vascular surgery procedures. Vascular Surgeon Charles O'Mara with Baptist Cardiovascular Surgery explains in this video that among many benefits for patients and physicians, the new Hybrid OR can offer state-of-the-art minimally invasive treatment.
Long work hours and nights on call can lead to depression and burnout among surgeons, according to research published in the Journal of the American College of Surgeons. Signs that you may be headed for burnout include: Every day feels like a bad day and you're always exhausted You feel that caring about your work or home life is just a waste of energy You feel like nothing you do is appreciated or makes a difference Researchers from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine had nearly 8,000 surgeons from across the US complete surveys about their work and quality of life.