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2020 Big Book of Surgery

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D E C E M B E R 2 0 1 9 • B I G B O O K O F S U R G E R Y. C O M • 6 3 Arthroscopy Has Never Looked So Good Awe your orthopedic surgeons with the new Synergy UHD4™ imaging platform from Arthrex. The first endoscopic 4K camera system on the market, the system offers four times the resolution and four times the color reproduction of standard HD. It also delivers better depth perception and more precise color reproduction. A single source controls imaging, LED lighting and data management, making updates simple. Choose from eight endoscope sizes ranging from 1.9 mm to 10 mm. Also check out the Arthrex 50L Synergy Insufflator. Its intuitive touch screen interface and crystal clear display allow you to easily manage and monitor pressure, flow and volume settings for optimal visualization. For more information, visit Ad.Arthrex.com/GS4K When the Pressure's On, OR Image Quality Matters! PUREVUE™ Visualization System, the new surgical imaging platform from DePuy Synthes, delivers amazing picture clarity and comprehensive image management all in one system. Compact, scalable and easy to use, the PUREVUE Visualization System brings excellent image quality to a new level, backed by a full range of optical accessories and broad service and repair plans. Part of the DePuy Synthes VUE™ Arthroscopic Equipment Solutions portfolio. For more information, search "PUREVUE Visualization System" online or visit www.depuysynthes.com FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THESE PRODUCTS, EMAIL GETINFO@OUTPATIENTSURGERY.NET (SEE PAGE 3) OR VISIT BIGBOOKOFSURGERY.COM V I D E O / I M A G I N G This Nerve Graft Implant Improves Outcomes and Efficiency Provide safer, effective primary and secondary peripheral nerve repair and reconstruction with the GEM Neurotube from Synovis MCA. It's a single-use, absorbable woven polyglycolic acid mesh designed to replace and improve upon the traditional nerve graft technique for gap repair. Corrugated walls deliver strength and permeability while preventing the tube from collapsing under normal physiological soft tissue pressures. Impressive flexibility easily accommodates joint and associated tendon gliding movements. Neurotube resorbs in eight months; no need for removal. Since Neurotube is synthetic instead of a graft, there's no donor-site morbidity. There's no hydration required prior to use and no special storage requirements; shelf life up to five years. For more information, call (800) 510-3318, email smca_information@baxter.com or visit www.synovismicro.com

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