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Modified Non Envasive 3-Hole Esophagectomy

Objectives: Determine the best style to acurately depict a two-phase surgery, with a distict Laporascopic view, and an external view — and then show both concurrently.

Production Log The camera work inside the Thoracic cavity, and stomach are a breeze for me — I got the Doc to hold my camera! (joking, standard procedure). My challenge will be to edit, color grade, and synchronize the Laporascopic footage with the external shots I am taking (for 5 hours with a hand-held camera). What I really want to do effectively, is show how tricky it is for the surgical team to work in concert; with 3 different surgeons. Holding 4 instruments. We normally just see what’s going on under the hood. We developed a split screen to show this aspect of the procedure — toggling back and forth to solo views, when approriate. The external portion of this operation was equally facinating, but more standard in approach.

Surgeon: Raphael Bueno, MD, Associate Chief , Division of Thoracic Surgery

Hospital: Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston MA

Cameras: Sony PMW-EX3, Laporascopic hand-held

Editing: Apple Final Cut Pro, Adobe Photoshop

Applications: Web, PowerPoint, iPad