Minimally invasive robotic surgical procedure performed by Dr. Mark Saleh. Washington Hospital's Institute for Minimally Invasive and Robotic Surgery is committed to providing you with the latest technology to ensure the highest quality care. Many surgeries that were once done as open procedures with large, 6 to 12 inch incisions are now being performed by laparoscopy and with the use of robotics in the operating room.
TTI Medical specializes in affordable solutions for Video and Digital camera adaptation to surgical Microscopes and Slit lamps. We can mount any C-mount, Bayonet mount or DSLR camera.
Lumbar artificial disc replacement (ADR) is a surgical technique that allows to replace the painful intervertebral disc in the lumbar region with a disc prosthesis. This way, motion of the spine is preserved, which results in a better quality of life for the patient. An anterior approach is used in this surgery (meaning that the surgeon will approach the spine from the patient's belly), contrary to fusion.
The unobtrusive Polecam camera jib system is being used worldwide for capturing surgical operation in full HD. Perfect for surgeons, assistance and training video.
Take a tour of EIZO’S booth at RSNA where the exhibited a wide range of monitors and quality control solutions for operating rooms, clinical review, mammography, and diagnosis.
MiroSurge is a robotic system for minimally invasive surgery. The surgeon operates three robots. Two robots carry minimally invasive instruments. The third robot is equipped with a stereo HD endoscope. A preoperative planning optimizes the robotic setup with a focus on efficiency and safety.
Mitch Hunter, a former U.S. soldier injured in a car accident, gets approval for a face transplant.
A former surgeon in Iowa is serving his community by offering treatment for whatever people can spare.
It has been likened to an overfed starfish. In reality, however, what may look like just a yellow plastic thing is actually a bioreactor—a 3-dimensional breeding ground for cells—which much improves upon the 2-dimensional petri dish. Applications for bioreactors include growing pancreas, liver, bone marrow, neuronal, skin, and cancer stem cells for research and therapeutic purposes.