Technological developments allow for a variety of applications of video recording including Surgery Recording. With increasing specialisations and super-specialisations in the field of medical practice, it has become essential for students to get practical and live exposure to operations and other procedures conducted by expert surgeons. But such experts are few and the students are many. With advancement in technology it is possible to record and transmit live, high resolution videos along with patient parameters and instructions given by the surgeon while the surgery is being performed.
The major challenges faced by Medical students are:
- Students can't be crowded around the surgical bed - increased risk of infection and visibility is minimal at best.
- Students in remote locations cannot benefit from unique surgeries done by experts.
- Collaboration with expert surgeons in other locations is limited at best.
- Digital Medical records including surgeries are critical for legal and Patient Information.
A Digital Visual System Specifically designed for the Operation Theatre for both Medical Colleges and Hospital
Share surgery videos: Medical colleges and Hospitals can now share super high definition surgery videos with any other institutions within the same campus or outside, benefitting hundreds of students.
Digital Library: Medical students have access to hundreds of high resolution surgery videos through digital library.Videos are indexed, which allows students to search for specific topics or surgeons. Additionally these videos can have patient medical data embedded in the videos.
Collaborative consulting across geographies: Surgeons can have live two-way communication with other experts anywhere in the world.
All-round view: It only captures Surgery videos but also images from various sources - endoscopes, arthroscopes, surgical cameras, C-Arms, ultrasound, etc.
Record and archive: Records Surgeries digitally, indexes them and archives them.
These videos can then be accessed anytime, from any network and recorded in the HIS/EMR/HER for Medico-legal or patient information.