The Texas State Technical College (TSTC)—which educates its students on how to install and repair medical equipment—has incorporated Stryker Tower’s into its educational curriculum.
TSTC’s Biomedical Equipment Technology program recently incorporated into its curriculum a Stryker Tower, which provides visualization and documentation for various medical procedures.
Oziel Capetillo, an instructor in the program, said this modern technology is used in operating rooms for certain surgeries.
“Instead of performing a complete incision, it will cut small holes into the skin,” he said. “Then a procedure such as an ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) repair, a shoulder repair or a gallbladder removal can be performed.”
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