Computers in the Operating Room

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Computers in the Operating Room
The technology found in modern hospital operating rooms is known as high technology. High technology allows for a wide range data collection and analysis of patient problems. One example of high technology is the Wearable computers IN the Operating Room Environment (WINORE). WINORE is a project that focuses on keeping clinicians in the loop of patient treatment while they move around the unit performing their OR duties (Ma et al., 2007, pp. 1165-1172).
WINORE is a wireless computer that is helpful to surgeons, anesthetists and supervising clinicians on the operating room unit. What makes the WINORE a high technology is the ability for clinicians to work within the restrictions of a sterile environment...
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