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Her Loss, Their Gain - October 2019 - Subscribe to Outpatient Surgery Magazine

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4 0 • O U T PA T I E N T S U R G E R Y M A G A Z I N E • O C T O B E R 2 0 1 9 W hat's not to like about 4K ultra-high-definition sur- gical monitors? At 4 times the resolution of high definition, the picture quality is out of this world. If you're thinking about upgrading to 4K monitors in your ORs, where do you start and what should you expect? We spoke to a few facility leaders who've recently added 4K, and they shared some advice based on their experiences. • Look beyond the screen. Simply getting a 4K monitor doesn't nec- essarily mean you're going to be viewing 4K. The entire video chain, from cameras on scopes to image processing boxes, must be native 4K. "Be careful with the vendors and how 4K is marketed," advises Robert Eisenberg, RN, MBA, administrative director of ambulatory surgery, integration and planning at WellSpan Health in York, Pa. Joe Paone | Senior Associate Editor Ready for a 4K Upgrade? Facility administrators share their best advice for adding the latest video imaging technology to your ORs. • ENJOYING THE VIEW Marshall Medical Center North in Guntersville, Ala., added a 4K system that worked for surgeons across several specialties. Marshall Medical Center

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