Medical Equipment

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Could 3D Printing Revolutionize Surgery?

Now you can strategize with an exact replica before you operate.

Posted 03/25/14 | Axel Krieger, PhD | Post a comment

What's New in Tourniquet Technology

These advances in instruments and cuffs provide greater safety and efficacy for your patients.

Posted 03/04/14 | Jeswin Jeyasurya, MASc | 1 comment

How Important Is the Table, Really?

Don't overlook its role in improving surgical access.

Posted 02/21/14 | Ramon Berguer, MD, FACS | Post a comment

How Healthcare Reform is Reshaping Surgery

Efficiency and versatility define the Obamacare OR.

Posted 02/10/14 | David Bernard, Senior Associate Editor | 2 comments

What Your Surgeons Want in Headlights

Precise control of the light's brightness and beam - when and where they need it.

Posted 12/20/13 | Dan O'Connor, Editor-in-Chief | Post a comment

Adding New Technology and Procedures

Should you add robotics, femtosecond laser cataract surgery and spine?

Posted 11/25/13 | Dan O'Connor, Editor-in-Chief | Post a comment

What's New in Surgical Table Attachments?

Widening outpatient realm requires more versatility.

Posted 11/05/13 | Lynne Ingle, RN, BS, MHA, CNOR | Post a comment

4 Questions to Ask About Your Ophthalmic Microscope

Here's how to ensure you make a wise purchase.

Posted 11/05/13 | Warren J. Scherer, MD, PhD | Post a comment

Your Equipment's Down -- Now What?

Readers share their best tips to get your equipment working again quickly and reliably.

Posted 11/05/13 | Dan O'Connor, Editor-in-Chief | 3 comments

What Makes an OR Safe?

Give your surgical team the tools they need to protect themselves and their patients.

Posted 09/20/13 | Daniel Cook, Executive Editor | Post a comment

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