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Intraoperative imaging: Precision thanks to information

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Do you know how complex and finely branched the blood circulation system of the gastrointestinal tract is? It is barely visible to the surgeon with the naked eye. In addition, it is particularly important to observe it closely during surgery. A non-invasive imaging procedure now offers help, which can be used to measure various parameters. This reduces problems during surgery and the subsequent healing process. Find out more about hyperspectral imaging in the current interview.

Have an informative week,

Elena Blume
Editorial team MEDICA-tradefair.com

image: 12 - 15 November 2018, MEDICA - World Forum for Medicine in Düsseldorf

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Topic of the Month: Hospital logistics
Interview: Hyperspectral imaging
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Everything flows: transportation and material flows in hospital logistics

Topic of the Month

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During a visit to the hospital, patients naturally expect to receive comprehensive care. Not only does this include the proper treatment, but also a hospital bed and regular meals for example. Patients typically don't ask about the transport logistics this entails for the hospital.
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Everything flows: transportation and material flows in hospital logistics
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Precision surgery thanks to informative hyperspectral imaging

Interview

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When body tissue is reconnected during a tumor operation in the gastrointestinal tract, surgeons need information about the current state of these so-called anastomoses. The new, non-invasive hyperspectral imaging technology now makes it possible to measure the crucial parameters during surgery and thereby increase surgical precision.
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Precision surgery thanks to informative hyperspectral imaging
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