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– To present key conclusions from a study conducted through intensive primary and secondary research. STUDY BACKGROUND Operating rooms (OR) are one of the most critical areas of a hospital. Significantamounts of money were spent across diagnostic and monitoring technologies, where operating rooms continued to have a very low degree of technological savvy. The crucial components of OR a decade before were surgical lights, simple operating tables and critical surgical devices. However, there has been a significant transition with respect to technology adoption in modern hospitals. Increasing demand for operational efficiency, need for precision, technology innovation has led to adoption of automated and sophisticated technologies within operating rooms.
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Although I will be dead, I will not be in pain anymore. That searing pain came from an unimaginable source: a silicone filler, like the one Brown assumed plastic surgeons use daily. Hers was injected into her buttocks,with the hope of improving her appearance. Brown never predicted the injections would land her here dying in a hospital bed in June 2010. Her body was shutting down from a staph infection that doctors said was connected to the silicone injections. Her limbs were curling and turning black, the visible signs of necrosis. Brown recalled seeing her hands in the hospital, thinking, Oh, my God. I am going to lose my hands.
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The typical cost would be $10 per month or $100 per year per person. One medical practice says it helps ensure compliance with healthcare regulations about protecting patient data. The San Francisco-based office of Pacific Heights Plastic Surgery, whose nurses and assistants have been using it to encrypt sensitive files that need to be shared, has found it works easily and helps maintain needed security on medical data. “We need to make sure it wasn’t sitting in the clear in the cloud,” said Dr. Jonathan Kaplan.
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