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Superior 3D Fashions and a Telemedicine System Allow Online Coaching

July 2, 2021

The world’s first worldwide on-line coaching session using superior 3D sinus fashions and a telemedicine system has taken place, highlighting a brand new mode of medical coaching within the Covid-19 period. Instructed by world-class surgeons on the College of Adelaide in Australia, three surgeons at Hokkaido College in Japan carried out simulated endoscopic sinus surgical …

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COVID-19 and Rhinology: A Look at the Future

July 2, 2021

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has created a deadly worldwide pandemic that is now sweeping across the United States. Many individuals and professionals have been forced to work from home, accelerating a trend that has already been increasing in society. Healthcare professionals have been severely impacted; there have been concerns about the availability and quality of …

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Laryngoscope Ohio State Study

June 11, 2021

Developing a Synchronous Otolaryngology Telemedicine Clinic: Prospective Study to Assess Fidelity and Diagnostic Concordance Nolan B. Seim, MD ; Ramez H. W. Philips, BS ; Laura A. Matrka, MD; Brittany Locklear, MS, RRT; Mark Inman, MBA; Aaron C. Moberly, MD ; Garth F. Essig Jr., MD Objective: To evaluate diagnostic concordance of a synchronous telemedicine …

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First Ever Remote Sinus Surgical Training

June 11, 2021

University of Adelaide experts have delivered the world’s first remote sinus surgical training to surgeons in Japan. Professor Alkis Psaltis and Professor Wormald from Adelaide Medical School along with their Japanese surgical colleague Dr Masanobu Suzuki trained more than 200 surgeons: three performed simulated procedures at Hokkaido University in Japan while others, located throughout Asia, …

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Advanced Tech Enables Remote Training in Endoscopic Sinus Surgery

June 11, 2021

The world’s first international online training session utilizing advanced 3D sinus models and a telemedicine system has taken place, highlighting a new mode of medical training in Covid-19 era. Instructed by world-class surgeons at the University of Adelaide in Australia, three surgeons at Hokkaido University in Japan performed simulated endoscopic sinus surgeries in the training …

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Use of Remove Video Technology for Bedside Flexible Cystoscopy

June 11, 2021

In the William Beaumont Hospital Urology Staff clinic four cystoscopies were performed using the Quintree software that allows for the ‘expert’ Urologist to be available remotely. “Four cystoscopic evaluations were performed during the proof of concept period. We found excellent results in terms of the use of telecommunication software, allowing providers the ability to perform …

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Remotely Run Advanced Endoscopic Sinus Surgery Course

June 11, 2021

Remote surgery training was conducted by world class doctors in Australia and Japan who performed simulated endoscopic sinus surgeries utilizing the Quintree telemedicine system. Over 500 ears, nose, and throat (ENT) surgeons remotely participated in the real-time surgery training session.

Advanced Tech Enables Simulated Sinus Surgery

March 15, 2021

The world’s first international online training session utilizing advanced 3D sinus models and a telemedicine system has taken place, highlighting a new mode of medical training in Covid-19 era. Instructed by world-class surgeons at the University of Adelaide in Australia, three surgeons at Hokkaido University in Japan performed simulated endoscopic sinus surgeries in the training …

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Incorporation of Telemedicine by Rhinologists: The COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond

June 20, 2020

Objectives The current analysis queries rhinologists’ attitudes about the use of telemedicine, including the degree to which it has impacted practice patterns during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our objective was to survey rhinologists and understand the extent to which telemedicine serves as a rejoinder to in-person consultation: appreciation of relevant factors may be important in planning …

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