Esophageal cancer videos

October 27, 2008 § 6 Comments

Endoscopic ultrasound (EUS)

Endoscopic ultrasound (EUS)

Today, three videos I’ve made of diagnosis and treatment of esophageal cancer were published on « Read the rest of this entry »

FCP markers to FLV cue points

September 25, 2008 § Leave a comment

I just want to share this excellent little application, that lets you convert markers in Final Cut Pro to cue points in a Flash Video file. Saves a lot of time and makes placing cue points a much more accurate business.

The app is made by John Skidgel, and you can download it for free from his website. Read this post on how to use it. It’s an AIR app, so you’ll need to download Adobe AIR (also free) to make it work.


February 21, 2008 § 6 Comments

Medical records

The last three years I’ve been working on a large project to document cancer diagnostics and treatment. With only one year left of the project I wanted to make a list of all the procedures I’ve filmed so far.

Probably not interesting to anyone but myself, but it’s my blog and I’ll list if I want to. « Read the rest of this entry »

Different shades of red revisited

January 29, 2008 § Leave a comment

Bloodless operative field

A while back I wrote this post about the problems video cameras have with reproducing the insides of our bodies. The blood running through our bodies cause most tissues to be some shade of red.

This week I got an excellent opportunity to visualize this. « Read the rest of this entry »

Darkness on the edge of wound

January 7, 2008 § 2 Comments

If you’ve watched any videos of open surgery you’ve probably noticed the apparent darkness of the OR. The lights seem to be turned off, except for the surgical light which keeps the surgical field brightly lit.


And yet, surgeons don’t perform open operations shrouded in darkness, do they? « Read the rest of this entry »

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