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As a result, Polycom video collaboration technology enables surgical staff to consult on live medical operations via two-way multipoint telemedicine links and utilize live medical operations for real-time training.
Medical operations are common in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the press reports about them frequently.
eSeaCare is the Maritime Industry's first complete end-to-end software platform that connects an entire fleet and every aspect of medical operations through one comprehensive and easy-to-deploy solution.
The program was first offered following the Northridge Earthquake in 1994 and provides citizens with training in disaster preparedness, fire safety, disaster medical operations, search and rescue, disaster psychology and team leadership.
Previously, Holman served Cogent as senior vice president/national medical director overseeing physician development and all medical operations.
Trimboli is the volunteer Team Chief with CERT 1 NYC, a Community Emergency Response Team program that educates people about disaster preparedness and trains them in basic response skills such as fire safety, light search and rescue and disaster medical operations.
The Defense Institute for Medical Operations in San Antonio, Texas, conducts courses dealing with disaster response, medical first responders, and healthcare resource management.
The mother of a teenager who has had four medical operations cancelled due to dirty surgical instruments has branded the situation a 'disgrace'.