Smart Operating Theatres - Live Demonstration -- MEDICA - World Forum for Medicine

19.11.2019

Brandon Medical Co. Ltd.

Smart Operating Theatres - Live Demonstration

Available at Brandon Medical booth hall 13 C13 at 13:30 
Speaker: Adrian Hall, Chief Operating Officer, Brandon Medical Co ltd
Speaker David Savage, Director, Entoli

Present Day Challenges of Integration and Control for the Operating Theatres of the Future

Next generation of surgical robots are ready to enter the market, or already had. Their design has been guided by the needs of
patients, surgeons and surgical teams. It is now the task of Health Estates Managers and engineers to seamlessly and effortlessly
integrate these technologies.
The Operating Theatre has been dramatically changed: Minimally invasive surgery means that more equipment has to be integrated
and controlled than before, with complex audio-video solutions required, additional to Medical IT, UPS, gases, specialised carts etc.
Health Estates Managers and Engineers are facing challenges in integrating the new technologies whilst having to build in efficiencies
such as flexible use of operating theatres, instead of fixed, dedicated specialisms, all the while having to implement compliance
such as HTM 06-01 in the UK and other current regulatory and recommendatory requirements, which continuously and rapidly
change.
The sheer number of variables increase the risk associated with any operating theatre project. Compounding on the complexity of
the project, the solutions need to be future proof, flexible in order to allow for various BMS platforms and development of new technologies,
whilst delivering a user-friendly interface for the clinical staff: engineers cannot and should not be required during surgical
procedures for troubleshooting – a nightmare scenario.
Whilst we agree on the above points, we need to consider and ask the question: is integration of the operating theatre equipment
with the building management system necessary, a nice to have or purely hindrance – and should be avoided at all costs?
Learning outcomes:
• De-risking of operating theatre projects
• Considerations of usability of operating theatre control systems – User Experience for Clinical Staff
• Is integration between operating theatres and building management systems necessary?
• Future – proofing for cost savings
Speaker: Adrian Hall, Chief Operating Officer, Brandon Medical Co ltd


Entoli™ Medical Controller helps medical professionals in the Operating Room setup and use their space quickly
and easily.
The software control platform connects to audio visual equipment, recorders, camera, surgical lights and general
lighting - providing one ‘easy to use interface’ designed by industry.
Entoli™ now supports full 4K UHD over IP for no limits video integration across operating rooms and across campuses.
Surgeons can use Entoli™ to establish real-time latency free calls to other OR’s for consultations with colleagues
or securely authorise specific video sources for access in a seminar room.
With Entoli™ at the heart of OR control the future is secure, integrated and future-proof.
Speaker David Savage, Director,  Entoli 

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