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"Enlarged images are of course also displayed in sharp detail. Previously, the surgeon might reach the edges of the screen when doing an operation such as inserting a guidewire. This is no longer an issue with the large screen." Senior Director Yoshitaka Hidenori and Radiologic Technologist Koichi Miyake, Sakakibara Heart Institute.
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“From an ergonomic point of view this system is a quantum leap. “Previously the viewing direction, the body, and operating axis didn’t line up. The surgeon had to crick his neck or walk directly in front of the monitor in order to view the screen. The new displays are much more comfortable and the viewing of the pictures is improved which in the end enhances the patient’s well-being,” Dr. Med. Christian Kugler, Chief Physician in the Department of Thoracic Surgery in Grosshansdorf.Learn more
“The large monitor in front of the operator provides all necessary information, significantly improving the flow of operations. We have carried out nearly 100 stent-graft insertion operations, for which the time taken has generally been shortened by approximately an hour per operation. Another major advantage of the mobile hybrid system is the fact that, in the treatment of lower extremity arterial disease, the angiographic device and the large monitor support a flexible layout, allowing us to position the images different than usual.”
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“Up to eight images and videos can be gathered in layout, which make surgeons to immediately recognize all situations. The excellent usability and high level of freedom are attractive in the operation.” Dr Yoshiki Arakawa, DMSc, Assistant Professor, Department of Neurosurgery, Kyoto University Hospital.