operating theatre

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operating theatre

a room in which surgical operations are performed
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There has been an increase in the number of hybrid operating rooms in healthcare institutions worldwide.
Incorporating PolycomA RealPresenceA Room video solutions (PolycomA HDXA 8000), the operating rooms go beyond facilitating and improving surgical procedures through the use of HD image-assisted and minimally invasive surgery regardless of location and enable medical know-how and skills to be transferred between operating rooms in real time.
Furthermore, operating rooms required efficient HVAC system to secure the highly demanding indoor environment conditions.
Yoon et al's case study (1) describes how an increase in operating room capacity causing a statistically significant (P <0.
Being an older hospital, the operating rooms there could not have been easily fitted with devices similar to the NuBOOM that must hang from the ceiling.
Most importantly, they discover the greatest amount and most inefficient use of time takes place with pre-operative documentation, both for the anesthesia providers and the operating room nurses.
R2-D2 please report to the operating room stat without stopping for refueling, reprogramming or an electrical tune- up?
Your viewers can even smell the scents and hear the sounds of the operating room.
Although tightening budgets are hindering market prospects, the need for state-of-the-art operating rooms are creating lucrative growth opportunities.
6 operating rooms for the operating area at day 5 of the wings 500 and 600.
Hospital A has decided to purchase an operating room documentation system to improve scheduling of operative cases and increase productivity.
A medical team of nine - all of them masked and dressed in green robes - hooked Gus up onto monitors with green, blue and orange bands and inserted a tube into his windpipe to help him breathe an anesthetic, the same type used in human operating rooms.