The First News told about broadcast surgeries, performed by the best surgeons of Europe on November 28. They presented the photos how it all happened in the surgery room of Professor Puxeddu.
Thousands tune in to watch operations as they are performed and live streamed across the globe.
Surgeons from across Europe have teamed up online to publicly live stream their operations. For one day only, top throat, head and neck specialists are carrying out the operations with thousands tuning into to watch them as part of the 4th European Laryngological Live surgery broadcast.
The broadcast allows medical professionals, students and patients to see first-hand how the most distinguished surgeons in Europe deal with sensitive procedures.
Designed and overseen by the European Laryngological Surgery Session Live (ELSSL) and organized by the Otolaryngology and Laryngological Oncology Clinic of the Medical University of Poznań in west Poland, the broadcast is expected to each around 15,000 people in 60 countries.
Head of the clinic of otolaryngology and oncology of the larynx of the medical University of Poznan, professor Wierzbicka told that the board of professors of the ELSSL chooses the centers to operate in and only they can extend an invitation. It is not possible to express an interest or fill an application to be a part of the broadcast. Only the best are invited.
Studio of the European Laryngological Surgery Session Live (ELSSL)
Surgery room of professor Puxeddu in Cagliary (Italy)
Roberto Puxeddu is performing a surgery of cancer tumor excision on the vocal fold
Roberto Puxeddu is performing a surgery on the tumors excision on the vocal fold of a woman aged 77 years
Professor Puxeddu in his surgery room in Cagliary (Italy)
Roberto Puxeddu is performing a surgery on the tumors excision on the left vocal fold of a man aged 60 years
Roberto Puxeddu’s operating room is fitted with equipment from KLS Martin (Germany)
Experts discussion in the studio of the European Laryngological Surgery Session Live (ELSSL)
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