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Video Systems, Operating Room

Definition : Video systems designed to transmit images and sound from the operating field to monitors, recorders, and/or video printers. These systems typically consist of standard or high-bandwidth overhead television cameras, television signal processors, and high-definition video recorders, monitors, and printers. Operating room television systems permit the observation of the operatory field simultaneously by several surgeons in the operating room, transmission of images to remote locations (e.g., for educational purposes), and record keeping of the procedures. Some systems include adapters to permit the transmission of images from endoscopes and/or operating microscopes.

Entry Terms : "Operating Room Television Systems"

UMDC code : 15969

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Ampronix Inc

Company Type: Parent

As a leader in medical imaging technology since 1982, AMPRONIX delivers customer-centric solutions tailored to meet the unique needs of your medical environment. AMPRONIX bridges the gap in products and services available to the industry with a full spectrum of imaging peripherals available for the medical community worldwide.

NDS Surgical Imaging

Company Type: Parent

NDS Surgical Imaging revolutionized the medical imaging industry with its development of the industry's first Digital Signal Processing (DSP) technologies for Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) viewing applications in 1996. The company continues that tradition of innovation with technological and engineering advances serving the rapidly developing surgical and PACS markets.

Perkins Healthcare Technologies

Company Type: Parent

TrueVision Systems Inc

Company Type: Parent

VIDCO Inc

Company Type: Parent

Established in 1972, VIDCO initially created products for industrial and scientific applications. The company shifted its focus to the medical marketplace in the late 1970s when hospitals began adapting these products for their use. In 1979, VIDCO introduced one of the first independently configurable, vital signs color monitors used during open-heart surgeries.

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