Arthroscope for key hole surgery, supporting muscular skeletal patients

Arthroscopes are the surgeon’s eyes during arthroscopic surgery. A new high quality scope will give our surgeons ‘best in class’ imaging and picture quality. This would allow them to treat their patients in the safest and most effective manner possible.

The Anaesthetics Team

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Target: £12,000
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An arthroscopy procedure is a type of keyhole surgery for checking or repairing joints. Keyhole surgery is where only small cuts are made into the body.
Arthroscopy is most commonly used on the knees. It can also be used on the ankles, hips, shoulders, wrists and elbows.
It can help find what’s causing pain, swelling and stiffness in your joints.
It is important that the surgeon has a good view of the joint to help diagnose and treat the patient safely and effectively.