As part of Relife‘s ongoing support to specialists working within dermatology and aesthetic medicine, they required our event filming and web-streaming expertise to capture a rather unique and exciting demonstration. Working with the photography and medical filming specialists Surgical Media, Irwin Video filmed at Relife’s Anatomical Cadaveric Aesthetic Demonstration meeting in London. The mini-conference was held at the prestigious Guy’s Hospital Campus Medical School at King’s College London. The cadaveric anatomical demonstrations required us to set-up live links to two remote locations, one being a dissection lab within the campus and the other at SE1 Mediacal Aestetics London clinic.

Web-streaming from the lecture theatre

The conference audience, watching on the large screen in the lecture theatre, could watch the procedure being carried out in the clinic on a live patient whilst simultaneously watching the same procedure in the lab. The audience were able to ask questions via two-way links to the surgeons whilst they operated, allowing them to demonstrate best practices.

Filming and streaming from the dissection lab

Whilst establishing video communication can be relatively easy these days using applications like Zoom, capturing the fine details in the medical procedures demanded much higher video quality.  Using webRTC and SRT internet protocols, we were able to deliver broadcast-quality, low latency, full frame-rate video and crystal clear audio.  This enabled the medical demonstration to be a highly engaging experience for the conference audience.

For any enquiries on the filming and web-streaming of Cadaver Lab Training, please contact Neil at Surgical Media on 07775696309.