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This film demonstrates and highlights the use of Schlieren shadowgraphic imaging in realtime clinical scenarios in order to document and understand airflow patterns during patient-surgeon interactions as well as surgical and instrumentation maneuvres. Further, it will help surgeons understand interventions that can make clinical practice safer in terms of infection control and patient outcomes
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