Surgical recording, viewing system debuts

April 27, 2014

Sony Electronics introduced its new recording and viewing system designed to capture and record full high-definition surgical video.

Boston-Sony Electronics introduced its new recording and viewing system designed to capture and record full high-definition surgical video.

Significant workflow gains are anticipated with the pairing of the Sony MCC-500MD medical video camera and the HVO-550MD medical recorder with DVD optical drive, according to the company.

 

“In cataract surgery, color and image quality are imperative for the surgeon as well as reproduction of images for educational use,” said Evan Krachman, marketing manager and new business development manager, Sony Electronics’ Medical Division.

“We’re proud to demonstrate to ophthalmic surgeons the unique capabilities of our [medical video camera] with our new medical recorder to improve workflow for both enhanced clinical care and efficient surgical process,” added Anne Bondulich, marketing manager for surgical products, Sony Medical Division.

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