Upgrading ORs without affecting care

August 5, 2014
Eric Taylor

When working to upgrade operating rooms without disrupting care, the existing infrastructure, portable technology and a trend toward hybrid ORs all play a part, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website. The project will likely have multiple phases and disruption — lasting as long as five years — depending on finances and end use, the article said.

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