Operating Room Equipment : Global Markets — New York, July 7, 2014 /prnewswire/ —

Do-It-Yourself plastic surgery ends with life-threatening injuries, dismemberment | FOX13Now.com

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. Surgical robotics, high-resolution displays, advanced operating tables and well-integrated network infrastructure now define modern hybrid operating rooms. Increasing need for same-day surgical care to address emergencies more effectively than before has led to the emergence of ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs). In turn, there is a need for smart operating room components that can enable surgeons to perform surgical procedures effectively and rapidly. The biggest challenge for current market participants is dealing with product differentiation, as OR room devices provide much less scope for the same.
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Woman loses hands, feet to bogus plastic surgery

Apryl Brown lost her hands and feet to a staph infection after a discount plastic surgery procedure. (Source: CNN)

More >> Too-clean homes may encourage child allergies, asthma Cleanliness may be next to godliness, but a home that’s too clean can leave a newborn child vulnerable to allergies and asthma later in life, a new study reports. More >> Cleanliness may be next to godliness, but a home that’s too clean can leave a newborn child vulnerable to allergies and asthma later in life, a new study reports. More >> LOS ANGELES (CNN) – More people are bypassing doctors to save money on basic medical procedures. Apryl Brown was told she had 24-hours to live in 2010. A staph infection was eating her body away. “I really wanted to live.
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To save Browns life, they amputated her hands, feet and the flesh around her buttocks and hips in 27 surgeries. Somehow, she survived. Brown said she is still embarrassed as she talks about the vanity that nearly cost her everything. Living a goodlife, except for a flat flaw At the time, she was a successful hair stylist and owned a salon. When she wasnt at her shop, she was busy raising two daughters. Life was goodbut Brown always wanted to fix what she saw as her flaw. Ever since she was a little girl growing up in Florida, Brown remembers being teased about having a flat butt.
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