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Updates of orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Parekh's features in the media. Includes clips of his guest appearances on television and news articles for which he is consulted as the expert opinion on foot and ankle conditions.

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Dr. Parekh featured in Guardian Liberty Voice on using Google Glass during Surgery

Google Glass Used During Surgery

by Andres Loubriel

In Durham, North Carolina, orthopedic surgeon Dr. Selene Parekh in Duke Medical Center performed surgery on a patient while using a pair of Google Glass (the wearable computer with a built-in camera and monitor) during the process. Parekh instructed his glasses to begin recording via voice command, and began to work on a motorcycle crash victim. He cut through bone, fixed a fractured metatarsal, and put a metal plate on the patient’s foot, while capturing every step in the process with the Google device.

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Google Glass Enters Operating Room

Google Glass Enters the Operating Room

Google Glass Enters the Operating Room
by Anahad O’Connor

DURHAM, N.C. — Before scrubbing in on a recent Tuesday morning, Dr. Selene Parekh, an orthopedic surgeon here at Duke Medical Center, slipped on a pair of sleek, black glasses — Google Glass, the wearable computer with a built-in camera and monitor.

He gave the Internet-connected glasses a voice command to start recording and turned to the middle-aged motorcycle crash victim on the operating table. He chiseled through bone, repaired a broken metatarsal and drilled a metal plate into the patient’s foot.

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  • N.C. Orthopaedic Clinic
  • Durham Regional Hospital
  • Davis Ambulatory Surgery Center
  • Duke Hospital North
  • Duke Ambulatory Surgery Center

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