This article emphasizes the importance of healthcare accessibility, especially in developing countries facing limited resources and high costs. We discuss how MicroREC promotes telemedicine and medical education, bridging the gap between specialists and patients in underserved areas. Different expeditions show the impact of MicroREC in enhancing surgical education and remote collaboration, highlighting the potential of technology to improve healthcare in developing nations.
The live surgery at Imersão Presbiopia was the first simultaneous live surgery at a conference in Brazil. Get to know how Dr. Durval Jr. made it happen, which is another conference organized by the same team behind BRASCRS.
Jenny Ongkosuwito, an ophthalmologist and surgeon of OLVG in the Netherlands, recently took part in an expedition to Kenya, where she used the MicroREC, which allowed her to record her surgeries and facilitated the education process between doctors from Netherlands and Kenya.