Digital video recording and archiving in ophthalmic surgery

Raju, Biju; Raju, N. S. D.; Raju, Anju S.; Sudhakaran, C. P.; Razak, Abdul
March 2006
Indian Journal of Ophthalmology;Mar2006, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p53
Academic Journal
journal article
Currently most ophthalmic operating rooms are equipped with an analog video recording system [analog Charge Couple Device camera for video grabbing and a Video Cassette Recorder for recording)]. We discuss the various advantages of a digital video capture device, its archiving capabilities and our experience during the transition from analog to digital video recording and archiving. The basic terminology and concepts related to analog and digital video, along with the choice of hardware, software and formats for archiving are discussed.


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