Potential benefits of the da Vinci system for patients include: (CTCA) surgeons who perform robotic surgeries are highly trained and able to perform minimally invasive robotic surgeries for prostate, gynecologic (ovarian, cervical, uterine and vulvar), stomach, pancreas, liver and colon cancers.
The da Vinci This video describes how the da Vinci® surgical system works, using prostate cancer surgery as an example.
The da Vinci system also may be used in surgeries for gynecologic, stomach, pancreas, liver and colon cancers.
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The camera allows the surgeon to view a highly magnified, high-resolution 3D image of the surgical site.
Seated comfortably at an ergonomically-designed console, with eyes and hands in line with the instruments, the surgeon uses controls below the viewer to move the instrument arms and camera.
Some potential advantages include: “Our number one goal is to treat the cancer, while also helping our patients have smoother recoveries and better quality of life.
Through the da Vinci Surgical System, we are able to offer another surgical option to treat cancer—an option designed to result in less scarring and pain while also helping patients return to their daily activities more quickly,” says Dr.
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