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The networked operating room

Manufacturers of medical devices are working on new generations of user interfaces. The goal: several devices can be controlled via one operating system.

Increasing number of devices with ever more complex functions, imaging accompanying surgery, use of assistance and navigation systems: These are some current trends in medical technology. They contribute to the fact that operations can be performed with higher precision and in a minimally invasive way. However, the operation of the devices places higher demands on the surgeon's attention - and the goal of intuitive operability is becoming increasingly difficult to achieve.
The goal: interoperability
The manufacturers of medical devices are therefore working on new generations of user interfaces. The development goal: several devices can be controlled via one operating system. In other words, medical devices will be networked and the human-machine interface will become interoperable. This not only improves ergonomics and simplifies operation. It also increases the overview in the operating theatre and improves hygiene - especially when the operating systems communicate wirelessly with the respective medical devices.

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