Technology has far surpassed its projected reach in the
operating room and other areas of healthcare. Ideally, this
offers surgical teams improved workflow, which many times
correlates with visualization capabilities. This is paramount
as surgical teams have visual tasks.
Examples of this technology range from mobile lighting
options, to surgical smoke evacuation tools, to cameras,
recorders and surgical-grade monitors that display procedures
in 4K with others in the room and potentially around the world.
The financial limitations and increasing number of
purchasing committees mean every surgical team needs
to have evidence-based rationale when investing in new
technology. Surgical Products connected with thought
leaders in the industry to develop its OR Visualization
Resource Guide, which will give you a starting point
when you begin these purchasing discussions.
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By Rebecca Rudolph-Witt, editor
This overview can help your facility get started
Visualization Takes Priority