Intraoperative Video Production With a Head-Mounted Consumer Video Camera.

Abstract

The use of high-definition video in surgical education is becoming increasingly popular. Because of the availability of relatively inexpensive, consumer-grade video cameras, surgeons with minimal video production experience can produce high-quality surgical videos. A number of video capture methods are available, with varying degrees of production quality, economic constraint, and level of attention required from the operating surgeon. The accompanying video provides an overview of the advantages and disadvantages of several options and describes a technique for capturing intraoperative video with the use of a head-mounted, consumer video camera.

DOI: 10.1097/BOT.0000000000000889

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@article{Avery2017IntraoperativeVP, title={Intraoperative Video Production With a Head-Mounted Consumer Video Camera.}, author={Matthew C Avery}, journal={Journal of orthopaedic trauma}, year={2017}, volume={31 Suppl 3}, pages={S2-S3} }