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Research Study Spotlight

Applying mixed reality technology to global surgery: a successful pilot program to expand surgical care in rural Uganda

Takeaways: Advances in digital technology can augment surgical care in low-resource settings. These developments can be cost-sparing and effective tools to exchange surgical knowledge and expand patient care.

Increasing access to pathology services in low‑ and middle‑income countries through innovative use of telepathology

Takeaways: This study demonstrated the feasibility of a telepathology delivery model in a standalone ambulatory surgical center in rural Uganda. This service could be an effective tool to increase access where the demand for histology services is high but the supply of pathologists is low.

Remote training and teleproctoring in gastrointestinal endoscopy for practicing surgeon in rural Uganda

Takeaways: remotely proctored endoscopy serves as a unique but highly valuable method of expanding access to endoscopy, particularly in areas that lack adequate training opportunities.

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