A hospital in Birmingham has become the first in Europe to install keyhole surgery equipment, costing £85,000, that allows live operations to be viewed through an iPad anywhere in the world.
Victoria Davies reports.
One of the Orthopaedic Surgeon's at Birmingham's BMI Priory Hospital has told ITV Central that new technology that allows operations to be viewed via an iPad anywhere in the world is a great advantage for future teaching.
The BMI Priory in Edgbaston is the first hospital in Europe to get the £85,000 equipment.
Equipment costing £85,000 has been unveiled at a hospital in Birmingham that allows operations to be viewed on iPad's anywhere in the world.
The BMI Priory in Edgbaston is the first hospital in Europe to install the technology which can be used during keyhole surgery.