The modern OR just went wireless, with NDSsi's unique ZeroWire® technology. Delivering full high-definition surgical video in real time with less than 1-frame latency, ZeroWire eliminates video cables and wires, making the surgical environment safer and more efficient.
The DrainTow® facilitates laparoscopic drain placement while holding pneumo-peritoneum. Ease and choice of drains encourages routine use for improving outcomes. To learn more call (800) 228-1186 or visit www.
Instructions and techniques on how to perform bunion repair and proximal interphalangeal resections using the Arthrex 2 mm drill pin.
First metatarsal phalangeal joint (MTP) arthrodesis is a commonly performed procedure for the treatment of hallux rigidus, severe and recurrent bunion deformities, rheumatoid arthritis and other less common disorders of the joint.
da Vinci Surgical System: Surgery On A Grape For surgeons, da Vinci's benefits include better vision, more precision and more control due to the system's magnification and 3D capabilities, elimination of tremors and multiple degrees and directions of movement.
A short video of a SAD/DCR shoulder surgery performed by Dr.
( AP) Doctors at a Louisville hospital performed a rare double hand transplant on a burn victim. It's only the third time this type of operation has taken place in the U.S. Surgeons even tweeted about the operation before, during and after it took place.
A team of medical volunteers, mostly from Utah, is preparing for a trek to one of the most remote countries in the world. It's an annual effort doing what many experts think is a bad idea: teaching an advanced form of surgery in a primitive economy.
In a segment called "Our Future Is Already in the Hands of Robots", Dr. Samadi, a specialist in laparoscopic robotic radical prostatectomy at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, demonstrated a real-time prostate removal on camera. He performs the procedures with a few tiny incisions, through which the operating tools are inserted.
Muscle sparing hip replacement surgery is a new, less invasive, surgical method that allows Community Hospital hip specialist, Dr. Paul Maitino, to replace hip joints and return patients to their regular activities faster than ever before. This surgery uses a single 3-5 inch incision in the front of the hip instead of the reguar posterior location.
Surgical procedures in today's operating theater demand that paramount importance be directed towards working safely. Intraoperative and postoperative risks increase in proportion to the length of time in which the patient remains anesthetized during surgery. In this video, Board Certified surgeon, Dr.