Tracking Brain Surgery When Patients Are Wide Awake - Health Channel


Tracking Brain Surgery When Patients Are Wide Awake | Living Minute

Brain surgery teams are always looking for ways to improve the operations. Having a patient who is wide awake and communicating with the team during the surgery adds another layer of complication.  An innovative tool designed at the Mayo Clinic can help make the operations more efficient, according to its designer.

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