OR efficiency without compromising patient safety and satisfaction
The variation in turnover times from 10 up to 60 minutes1 and the improvement on non-surgical process time by up to 30% when using additional surgical equipment2 are just a few of the wide range of factors that significantly influence your OR workflow.
Delays can occur:
During the operating room setup when cleaning and moving equipment.3
When adjusting or repositioning the microscope.4
In scope of documentation and organization.3
Patient safety plus efficiency, together they contribute to the overall quality of care.
Advance your workflow with fully connected visualization systems
Designed to address your needs, today’s surgical microscopes provide technology ahead of their time to support your clinical decision-making and help you achieve best possible patient outcomes. From enhanced visualization, increased ergonomics, to improved workflows in the OR.5-7
Choosing the appropriate visualization system can have a huge impact on your practice while driving continuous improvements for your patients, your team, your students, and yourself. Experience EXTARO® 300 and TIVATO® 700 from ZEISS – both supporting a digital workflow for increased OR efficiency.
ZEISS EXTARO 300 – Boosting efficiency
ZEISS EXTARO 300 enables you to save valuable time by offering
- Augmented Visualization
- Single-Handed Operation
- Digital Data Management
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