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Open procedure for the award of the five-year service delivery and warehouse management devices sterile disposable non-woven to cover the surgical field and set to work angiography and interventional vascular to the Hospital of Alexandria.
The ability to bring this new level of knowledge and precision into the surgical field is a significant advantage as the global focus on evidenced-based medicine continues to expand.
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.
Total mean bacterial counts and mean anaerobic bacterial counts were calculated for all specimens, and the surgical field was judged to be "contaminated" if bacterial colony counts were found to be greater than or equal to 5,000 colony-forming units at any given time interval.
The new devices will deliver more light to the surgical field in a smaller package and at a lower cost.
And did you know that sphagnum, holding as much as 25 times its weight in water, was dried and used by Native Americans as diapers and later by the Allies in World War II as a surgical field dressing?
When a surgeon needs to change an instrument the instrument is withdrawn from the surgical field using the controls at the console and a new instrument is inserted.
When performing surgery using an operating microscope, the surgeon has a stereoscopic 3-D view of the surgical field.
Replace cumbersome optics with Vision for a collaborative and accessible surgical field with great resolution and a high depth of field.
Current robotic and navigation systems use optical-tracking, requiring a clear line-of-sight into the surgical field, and rely upon complex additional equipment in the operating room, providing feedback on external computer screens.
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.