Video and Imaging Equipment

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Should You Add an MRI?

Here's what you need to consider if you're thinking of adding imaging to your facility.

Posted 10/10/07 | Leigh Page, Contributing Editor | Post a comment

If You're Thinking of Buying...Digital Video Recording Devices

Recorder's use and ease of use factor into buying decision.

Posted 10/10/07 | Scotty Farris | 2 comments

Can You Afford a New C-arm?

Your volume and case mix will tell you if the investment will pay for itself.

Posted 10/10/07 | Judith Lee | 2 comments

Thinking of Buying...Video Towers

Consider alternative input, demonstration units and exclusive buying for your systems.

Posted 10/10/07 | Lynne Ingle, RN, BS, MHA, CNOR | 4 comments

Getting a Clear Picture of HDTV

High-def technology's impact on surgery could be revolutionary.

Posted 10/10/07 | Dianne Taylor, Contributing Editor | 4 comments

The Horizons of Intraoperative Imaging

How in-OR fluoroscopy is advancing beyond the C-arm.

Posted 10/10/07 | David Bernard, Senior Associate Editor | 4 comments

Should Your ORs Go High-Def?

How to get the best buy on video systems.

Posted 10/10/07 | Nathan Hall, Associate Editor | 3 comments

Inside the Digital OR

A sampling of the technology that makes real-time visual integration and display come to life.

Posted 10/10/07 | Daniel Cook, Executive Editor | Post a comment

5 Reasons to Record Your Surgery

You can use high-quality videos and still images for documenting, e-mailing, presenting, duplicating and archiving patient data.

Posted 10/10/07 | Nathan Hall, Associate Editor | Post a comment

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