Patient Positioning in the OR
Proper patient positioning is an important prerequisite for a successful surgical procedure. Optimum positioning not only ensures the best possible access to the surgical site, but prevents the long-term consequences of nerve damage or pressure ulcers.
Every year, hundreds of millions of patients are affected by a Healthcare Associated Infection worldwide. Good infection control is a prerequisite for enabling good healthcare in the hospital.
View the research, best practices and experiences on how you can improve your patient outcomes during and after anesthesia.
Sharing our insights on how you can provide easier, better and safer mechanical ventilation – for you and your patients.
LMD - The future of OR lights
Shift your focus from the light to the procedure. Maintain optimum visual acuity and avoid difficulties in adapting to excessive variations in luminosity.
Advanced Patient Monitoring
The hemodynamic condition of a patient plays in many indications a significant role. Especially in the critical ill patient deep insight knowledge about hemodynamics contributes to a better outcome in therapeutic treatments.
Pendant setup in the ICU
The intensive care unit is seen as the last frontier for saving patients' lives. Pulling the resources together, while maintaining the best possible workflow, supports an efficient healing environment, including one for early patient mobility.
CABG - Coronary Artery Bypass Graft
For more than 50 years, coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery has been the standard of care for revascularization of patients with coronary artery disease.
Basics of surgical lighting
The right surgical lighting is critical for patient safety and staff comfort. It should be designed to enable the medical team to focus exclusively on the surgical operation.
Digital Asset Management in OR environment
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