Tuttlingen, 2/28/2020: The Thanh Nhan Hospital is a public clinic located in Hanoi, Vietnam. With its 780 beds and 13,000 surgeries a year, the hospital has a major importance for the city and the surrounding area. In order to meet the European standards in cardiovascular surgery, neurology, arthroscopy and gastroenterology, the hospital updated its operating theatres in June 2019, and has become one of the most modern hospitals in Southeast Asia.
When the planning of the renovation work started at the beginning of 2018, the product requirements were clearly defined: “Thanh Nhan Hospital was looking for a reliable and reputed expert in OR integration with the ability to provide a 12G-SDI based technology with audio/video management, documentation, communication and safety features. At the same time, the hospital requested an upgradable and modular solution which would allow flexible configuration of individual functions in the system”, said Anna Fritz, Country Manager at KARL STORZ Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar. “Since Thanh Nhan Hospital also planned to install a hybrid operating room, it was of great importance to them that the new system could seamlessly integrate its hospital PC and thus display x-ray and other images on every connected monitor. We are therefore very pleased that KARL STORZ was given the opportunity to implement everything according to the hospital’s request.”
All operating theatres are now equipped with the OR1 NEO® integration system. Medical and non-medical devices inside the operating room can be centrally controlled from the movable touch screen with its intuitive user interface. The LEDVISION® OR lights ensure optimal illumination of the surgical field, while the 4K 3D monitors display excellent image information for endoscopic and open surgery procedures. The ORBITER® ceiling pendant system offers space for medical equipment without creating a footprint. The hybrid operating room is additionally equipped with the mobile CT arm ARTIS pheno, which has been installed in cooperation with Siemens, and the space saving InWall Solution from KARL STORZ.