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Today, about 100 hospitals in the US have a hybrid operating room (OR), and a 15% increase is projected over the next decade. Hybrid ORs combine surgical equipment and instrumentation for open procedures with a fixed and dedicated imaging system, as well as an imaging-compatible surgical table, lights and surgical booms to accommodate open, minimally invasive and interventional procedures.
Hybrid ORs can provide health systems with new surgical capabilities, opportunities to enhance patient safety, the ability to save time and enable long-term cost savings with improve efficiencies. Whether your hospital is considering a conversion from a conventional operating room to a hybrid OR or building a brand new operating room, it is important to understand your long-term strategy before you take the first step to get there.
This special report provides clear insights from professionals who have transitioned to a hybrid OR and offers tips and strategies that OR managers can use within their organization. As with any transition, gaining input from physicians, anesthesiologists, nurses, technical staff and other members of your team is critical to success. This report lays the groundwork for a successful transition.
This special report is pending CE approval. The table of contents includes:
- Clear vision to successful hybrid OR development
- Endovascular hybrid ORs in community hospitals: Driving success
- Case Study: Operationalizing the hybrid OR
- Include infection prevention in your hybrid OR design
- Lessons learned from hybrid OR installations
Format: Downloadable PDF
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