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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 7 At Last, a True 4K Endoscopy System Physicians who perform endoscopic procedures of any type are going to love the new ZEOS Zimmer Biomet Endoscopic Optical System. This system is 4K throughout the complete optical channel, from scope to monitor, so that means four times as much resolution as an HD monitor. Surgeons will experience improved depth perception and much truer color. The autoclavable 4K camera head comes with four fully programmable buttons. The 3-in-1 tablet-controlled console provides an LED light source, 4K UHD image processor and a powerful image and video capture device. You can control it from a tablet. Controls are customizable to surgeon preference and easy to use. The camera head is autoclavable. Choose a 26-inch or 31-inch monitor. The system works for orthopedics, ENT, GI, urology, abdominal surgery and more. For more information, contact your Zimmer Biomet representative or call (800) 830-0969 Fasten Your Seatbelts … ...and prepare to be blown away by Stryker's new 1688 Advanced Imaging Modalities (AIM) 4K Platform. Approved for use in a variety of specialties, the native 4K 1688 camera and brilliant 4K display deliver 8 million razor-sharp pixels for an incredibly sharp, bright surgical image. SPY fluorescence provides real-time imaging of perfusion, blood flow and biliary anatomy. Stryker's L11 light source automatically corrects poor lighting in posterior compartments and self-adjusts based on anatomy. The PneumoClear insufflator infuses heated, humidified air and evacuates smoke. Capture, record, stream and print images using the fully integrated Connected OR Hub. It provides seamless connectivity between devices and is customizable for surgeon preferences. For more information, visit www.1688aim4k.com This Fluid Management Device Saves Money and the Environment Save money and lighten your facility's environmental footprint with the Bemis Quick-Drain, an innovative fluid-management system that drains fluid waste into the sanitary sewer system. Just place the full canister or liner onto the device, uncap the patient port and pour spout, and lock the drainhead down on the cover. This creates a watertight seal that prevents leaks and protects your staff. Then simply pull the swing arm all the way down to drain the fluid. The system will also rinse the canister if desired. For more information, call (800) 558-7651 or visit www.bemishealthcare.com FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THESE PRODUCTS, EMAIL GETINFO@OUTPATIENTSURGERY.NET (SEE PAGE 3) OR VISIT BIGBOOKOFSURGERY.COM W A S T E M A N A G E M E N T

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