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All the surgeries were performed by the same Surgeon, who was blinded to the agent used, so as to ensure consistency in estimating the quality of the surgical field.
As soon as the saturation came down to 92% the surgeon stopped and the tube was pushed distal to the defect under direct visualization through surgical field and ventilation resumed with 100% oxygen.
Boulder, CO, USA) was placed at the usual location of the open chest surgical field 2 m below the ultraclean air ventilation system ceiling outlet with the sampling opening pointing upwards.
The primary outcome was a questionnaire completed by the surgeon that assessed surgical field exposure.
The modular design reduces the investment necessary to add 3D capability, and allows the surgeon to choose either 2D or 3D visualization from the surgical field which helps reduce capital investments and simplify asset management and training, the company said.
In a prospective, randomized study, LeGoo has been shown to provide better operating conditions than conventional occlusion techniques by limiting blood flow into a surgical field without causing damage to the vessels, according to the company.
In a prospective, randomized study, LeGoo[R] has been shown to provide better operating conditions than conventional occlusion techniques, by limiting blood flow into a surgical field without causing damage to the vessels.
Surgery for repair of cleft lip and cleft palate in children involves relatively more vascular areas (1,2) and it is common practice to infiltrate with adrenaline to improve the quality of the surgical field (3,5).
In the case of valve repair or replacement, it is used to provide the surgeon with a bloodless surgical field so the surgeon can clearly see what he/she is operating on.
The AIM LED has a unique Y--shaped design that minimizes the obstruction of light into the surgical field and provides a larger and adjustable light pattern without casting shadows.
Usually, in minimally invasive procedures, like a laparoscopic distal pancreatectomy, surgeons use both hands to manipulate the surgical tools and need an assistant to manipulate the endoscope-a thin, lighted tube equipped with a camera that allows the surgeon to view the surgical field.
The surgical field was contaminated within 30 minutes of the surgeons' hand scrub in more than half of 31 vaginal surgery cases, despite standard antibiotic prophylaxis and rigorous adherence to aseptic protocol.