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how to integrate teams, planning, and training to provide successful outcome for a new magnetic resonance imaging machine
Surgeons long have relied on imaging studies to inform the plan for a procedure, yet the two disciplines traditionally have remained separate. [ The advent of image-guided procedures like cardiac catheterization and neuroangiography began blurring the lines between imaging and surgery. Smart ORs fall into two categories: ORs utilizing intra-operative computed tomography (CT) or magnetic
resonance imaging (MRI) that provide images near real-time, typically used in conjunction with neurosurgery, spinal and orthopedic procedures; and hybrid ORs that combine the real-time fluoroscopy of an interventional lab with the equipment and capabilities of a surgical suite. ]
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Weegy: New health care technologies, medications, treatments, and procedures are being developed rapidly, and clinicians are expected to incorporate them into their daily practices. [ Clinicians are also expected to assimilate both old and new knowledge, apply that knowledge to their patients, remember each patient's individual health status and background, and communicate quickly with patients, hospitals, and other providers. In the past, meeting these expectations has often been difficult because systems to organize, store, and retrieve medical and patient information had not been developed. But today, computer systems exist that can help clinicians meet each of these challenges. Medical informatics deals with all aspects of understanding and promoting the effective organization, analysis, management, and use of information in health care.1 For over 30 years, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) has supported research on informatics. Computer systems and applications, many of which are still being used today, were developed and tested through AHRQ-funded research. AHRQ has funded numerous studies on medical informatics, detailed elsewhere. ] (More)
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