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Cine-Med Corporate Video

Cine-Med Corporate Video

Corporate Video



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127 Main St. N. - Woodbury, Connecticut - 06798 - United States


Multimedia Production

* Surgical video for education and medical device companies
* Nursing training video/monograph
* Patient education
* Conference video documentation
* Live and on-demand webcasts / webinars / live surgery
* Custom CD-ROM / DVD-ROM design
* Professional narration

Distance Learning

* Web-based multimedia education
* Online video libraries, video on demand

Continuing Education

* Live Course and Event Planning and Administration
* Surgical Preceptorship Administration
* Accredited by ACCME, ANCC, ACPE

Medical Illustrations
Print Publishing

* Medical Textbook
* Surgical Atlas
* Monograph

Medical Communications Services

Demo Reel:
Canon EOS 7d Test Footage
The first time using the much hyped and well regarded 7d has mixed results due to lighting conditions and hand held operation. However with proper focus and exposure the results are very nice indeed.... more


ExperienceSince 1982 Cine-Med has been a leader in producing and distributing video-based education and medical textbooks. Our videographers have a combined 20+ plus years experience creating open and laparoscopic surgical video in the OR.

Educational video libraries for SAGES, ACS and AORN.

Website design and marketing services for surgical practices.

Continuing education services for physicians and nurses.

Custom video productions from concept to completion.

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by Mark Stuart
Wow, Mike. You're hard core! What are they doing there? Gall bladder removal or something? Your lighting all looks really good - did you light all that, or are OR's very well lit? Very nice work. Don't think I could stomach it, myself!

-Mark

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