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What is a hybrid theatre?
Spire Nottingham Hospital’s hybrid operating theatre contains a Siemens Artis Zeego robotic imaging system. Consultants can see live 3D images of the patient’s anatomy allowing them to more precisely plan and perform operations.
This in-theatre imaging technology is used particularly for spinal, heart, vascular and neurological procedures.
Key benefits of a hybrid theatre
Other facilities at the hospital include:
Spire Nottingham is proud to work with nationally and internationally renowned consultants. To view the full list of our experts across all specialties, click on the link below.View our experts
I am a specialist in treating patients with varicose veins. I have been treating patients with varicose veins since 1992 and have been a Consultant Vascular Surgeon at the Nottingham University Hospital since 2000. I treat, on average, 40 people per month in both the NHS and independant Healthcare Sectors.View profile
I am a senior interventional cardiologist based at the Trent Cardiac Centre, Nottingham, in the UK. I trained in Manchester and London and have a particular expertise in treating high risk, complex coronary artery disease percutaneously.View profile
Following the retirement of MR J K Webb, I took over one of the most prestigious and yet complex and challenging spinal practices. I have a particular interest in complex paediatric and adult deformity and reconstruction with particular sub-specialist interest in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis.View profile
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