BroadcastMed Announces the Launch of the OBGYN Channel
April 01, 2014 --
Farmington, CT (PRWEB) April 01, 2014
BroadcastMed, Inc. announces the expansion of the BroadcastMed Networks specialty specific clinical content with the launch of the Obstetrics and Gynecology (OBGYN) Channel. The channel will offer open access to the latest obstetrics and gynecology procedures from world renowned physicians and healthcare organizations. Many of the channels programs are also available for CME credit.
We connect medical professionals with top-tier experts every day to expand knowledge and provide access to a range of trusted educational content, from minimally invasive surgeries and new technology applications to live events and continuing medical education, said Peter Gailey, President and Co-Founder, BroadcastMed.
Featured Content on the OBGYN Channel includes:
- The McCarus Cosmetic Hysterectomy by Steven D. McCarus, MD, Chief of Gynecologic Surgery at Florida Hospital Celebration Health, presents his patient-centric approach for minimally invasive gynecological procedures.
- Complications of Synthetic Mesh Use in Treatment of Pelvic Organ Prolapse: UAB OB/GYN Professor and Director, Division of Urogynecology and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery, Holly E. Richter, PhD, MD, discusses the rationale for the use of transvaginal synthetic mesh for pelvic organ prolapse repair. She also addresses consensus indications and contraindications for the use of transvaginal synthetic mesh and reviews the efficacy and safety of tranasvaginal mesh use for pelvic organ prolapse.
- THUNDERBEAT Procedural Technique in Gynecology: LESS TLH: Dr. K Anthony Shibley, MD, performs a laparo-endoscopic single-site total laparoscopic hysterectomy with THUNDERBEAT and TriPort+ at Fairview Health System in Minneapolis, MN.
- Scarless Hysterectomy Ricardo Estape, MD of Baptist Health Center for Robotic Surgery performs a scarless hysterectomy using da Vinci® robot-assisted surgery. The surgery highlights the technique of operating through one small incision in the belly button with the help of a robot.
Available by visiting broadcastmed.com, the digital library of content consists of ORLive.com, 17 specialty-specific syndication channels including cardiology, gastroenterology, neurology, oncology, and orthopedics and more than 40 affiliate channels. Affiliate channels include content curated by organizations like Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) Health System, Florida Hospital Celebration Health, Shawnee Mission Medical Center, St. Davids HealthCare, The University of Maryland Medical Center, Wake Forest Baptist Health, Medtronic, Stryker, Covidien, and DePuy Orthopedics.
About BroadcastMed, Inc.
BroadcastMed, Inc. is a digital medical broadcasting company. We help the worlds leading hospitals, medical device and medical education companies create and distribute trusted educational content to physicians, allied healthcare professionals and patients. Our clients rely on us to deliver measurable results by expanding their reach through the BroadcastMed Network. The Network includes affiliated broadcast channels feature educational content from some of the worlds top hospitals and physician experts. Also among the BroadcastMed Network affiliates is ORLive.com, a leading digital destination for physicians. For more information visit http://www.broadcastmed.com.
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