Crestwood Medical Center Launches the Tennessee Valley’s ONLY 1080p Stryker HD video/scope system
Huntsville surgeons perform scope cases in high-definition for minimally invasive surgery.
Crestwood Medical Center adds new 1080p High Definition Stryker video carts and cameras in all 13 of its Operating Rooms for minimally invasive scope surgeries.
“With the addition of our new Stryker 1080p HD video carts in the Operating Rooms,” explained Susan Bryce, Director of Perioperative & Women Services, “Crestwood reaffirms its commitment to providing the highest level of healthcare to our community. The new HD carts provide a new level of medical care while allowing us to increase the productivity of our staff, reduce our overall operative costs and most importantly improve procedural efficiency which can boost patient outcomes.”
The Stryker HD carts features the latest in operating room technologies for enhancing the quality and efficiency of surgical procedures: higher-definition visualization and ease of use with the staff.
1080p High-definition visualization in the OR is made possible through Stryker’s third-generation high-definition video platform, an industry-leading visualization system for minimally invasive surgery that includes the 1288 HD 3-Chip® Camera, the L9000 LED Light Source, and the WiSe™ HD Wireless Platform.
“The high-definition video platform brings an unprecedented level of resolution and visual accuracy to the operating room and is the Tennessee Valley’s only medical facility that has this new system,” explained Susan Bryce, Director of Perioperative &Women Services. “The optical clarity and color reproduction are a definitive advantage to our surgical teams.”