Biomedical Engineering and Design
Videos of Surgical Procedures
AccessMedicine -- This database of searchable medical textbooks also includes videos.
- Mouse over "Multimedia" to see "Videos by Category," "Videos by System," and more
- This is one of the most well-known medical textbooks (you can search its full text in AccessMedicine)
- The "clinical procedure tutorials" are on top -- they are only snippets of the full videos, which we currently don't have
- JoMI is a "surgical video journal/virtual operating theatre that...film[s] and publish[es] surgical procedures performed by top teaching physicians
- JoMI has filmed at Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and other top institutions
- At present, JoMI primarily focuses on orthopedics, orthopedic trauma, and general surgery
- Article index is available here https://www.jomi.com/index/
- The specialties (including surgery) are listed on the left
- Many of the videos do not show complete procedures themselves, but show benign and malignant pathology viewed during endoscopy and other procedures
VideoGIE: an official video journal of the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy -- VideoGIE is an online-only, open access journal that publishes "original, peer-reviewed video case reports and case series of endoscopic procedures used in the study, diagnosis, and treatment of digestive diseases."
- Videos were published in GIE (the journal Gastrointestinal Endoscopy) until 2016.
Here are their 613 videos, dated 2000-2016.
- Now, videos are only accepted for publication by VideoGIE.
Here are their videos, dated 2013 to the present.
- "Original peer-reviewed videos examine established surgical techniques, as well as introduce new techniques and technologies important to the orthopaedic surgeon."
eMedTV -- This site is produced and managed by Clinaero, Inc., which is "a privately held software and services company." (Here is more information about who is producing these videos.)
- Not all of these videos are about surgical procedures, and some of them include animations instead of the real procedure
- If you use one of these videos, please ask one of your professors to review it, to make sure that it does show the current state of the art
- The categories of video are listed on the right
- This site seems reputable; here are the people who curate this collection
The Atlas of Gastroenterological Endoscopy has a page that lists several sites.
- These sites offer various kinds of information, including videos, images, and text information
The first listing on the page is the Atlas of Gastroenterological Endoscopy itself.
- Includes images (not videos) of stomach, duodenum, colon, and more