It’s a highly complex operation and central to the Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct (GCHKP) developing as a leading Asia Pacific medical training hub, in partnership with some of the world’s leading medical technology companies.
For Interventional Neurovascular Radiologist Dr Hal Rice, removing an unruptured aneurysm from his middle-aged female patient’s brain is all in a day’s work at Gold Coast University Hospital (GCUH).
For the doctors observing via live stream in New Dehli at a neuro-intervention specialist conference, the delicate procedure represents a new path forward for their patients, as the Indian healthcare system continues to advance.
For Stryker, one of the world’s leading medical technology companies, such high-tech training sessions are typical of what the company is doing globally to educate doctors in developing countries, with Dr Rice considered a key expert on their neurovascular technologies and the Gold Coast an ideal location for Asia-Pacific training.
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