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Surgical Robots – The Evolution of Robotic Surgery - Urologists

Surgical Robots – The Evolution of Robotic Surgery - Urologists | ROBOTIC SURGERY | Scoop.it
Surgical robots have revolutionised the treatment of prostate cancer - Mr Christopher Ogden, Consultant Urologist, explores the evolution of robots.
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Ecole de Chirurgie de Nancy – Lorraine » DIU Chirurgie Robotique

Ecole de Chirurgie de Nancy – Lorraine » DIU Chirurgie Robotique | ROBOTIC SURGERY | Scoop.it
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Deep learning with convolutional neural network for objective skill evaluation in robot-assisted surgery.

Deep learning with convolutional neural network for objective skill evaluation in robot-assisted surgery. | ROBOTIC SURGERY | Scoop.it
A new interesting article has been published in Int J Comput Assist Radiol Surg. 2018 Sep 25. doi: 10.1007/s11548-018-1860-1.and titled: Deep learning with convolutional neural network for objective skill evaluation in …...
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Updates in Surgery, Volume 70, Issue 3 - Springer

Updates in Surgery, Volume 70, Issue 3 - Springer | ROBOTIC SURGERY | Scoop.it
Browse Volumes & Issues Volume 70, Issue 3, September 2018 Thematic section on Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, Guest Editor: Marco Giuseppe Patti (pages 307–354); Thematic section on New Technologies in Surgery, Guest Editor: Luca Morelli (pages 355–422) ISSN: 2038-131X (Print) 2038-3312 (Online) In this issue (18 articles) Editorial and Commentary Gastroesophageal reflux disease: from heartburn to Barrett esophagus, and beyond Marco G. Patti, Francisco Schlottmann Page 307 Download PDF (508KB) View Article Review Article Evaluation of gastroesophageal reflux disease Piero Marco Fisichella, Francisco Schlottmann, Marco G. Patti Pages 309-313 Review Article Comparison of the outcome of laparoscopic procedures for GERD Fabrizio Rebecchi, Marco Ettore Allaix, Lorenzo Cinti… Pages 315-321 Review Article Magnetic sphincter augmentation for gastroesophageal reflux disease: review of clinical studies Emanuele Asti, Alberto Aiolfi, Veronica Lazzari, Andrea Sironi… Pages 323-330 Review Article Gastroesophageal reflux disease and morbid obesity: evaluation and treatment Verónica Gorodner, Germán Viscido, Franco Signorini, Lucio Obeide… Pages 331-337 Review Article Gastroesophageal reflux and Barrett’s esophagus: a pathway to esophageal adenocarcinoma Francisco Schlottmann, Daniela Molena, Marco G. Patti Pages 339-342 Original Article Pathophysiology of gastroesophageal reflux disease: how an antireflux procedure works (or does not work) Fernando A. M. Herbella, Francisco Schlottmann, Marco G. Patti Pages 343-347 Technical Note Laparoscopic antireflux surgery: how I do it? Francisco Schlottmann, Fernando A. M. Herbella, Marco G. Patti Pages 349-354 Editorial and Commentary The future today: new options for surgical care Luca Morelli, Raffaella Berchiolli, Gregorio Di Franco, Mauro Ferrari… Pages 355-356 Download PDF (531KB) View Article Review Article Telemedicine and telerobotics: from science fiction to reality Chadrick R. Evans, Melissa G. Medina, Anthony Michael Dwyer Pages 357-362 Review Article Evolution and literature review of robotic general surgery resident training 2002–2018 David L. Crawford, Anthony Michael Dwyer Pages 363-368 Review Article Review and update: robotic transanal surgery (RTAS) Melissa G. Medina, Steven S. Tsoraides, Anthony M. Dwyer Pages 369-374 Review Article Green indocyanine fluorescence in robotic abdominal surgery Giuseppe Spinoglio, Emilio Bertani, Simona Borin, Alessandra Piccioli… Pages 375-379 Review Article The clinical use of 3D printing in surgery Luigi Pugliese, Stefania Marconi, Erika Negrello, Valeria Mauri… Pages 381-388 Review Article Augmented reality in open surgery Benish Fida, Fabrizio Cutolo, Gregorio di Franco, Mauro Ferrari… Pages 389-400 Original Article Proficiency-based training of medical students using virtual simulators for laparoscopy and robot-assisted surgery: results of a pilot study Andrea Moglia, Sara Sinceri, Vincenzo Ferrari, Mauro Ferrari… Pages 401-405 Original Article A tele-ultrasonographic platform to collect specialist second opinion in less specialized hospitals Marina Carbone, Vincenzo Ferrari, Michele Marconi, Roberta Piazza… Pages 407-413 Original Article Sexual and urinary outcomes in robotic rectal surgery: review of the literature and technical considerations Fabrizio Luca, Danielle K. Craigg, Maheswari Senthil… Pages 415-421
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NSAUA 2018: Artificial Intelligence in Urology: Alexa to Terminator, “Now You Shall Cut to Heal”

NSAUA 2018: Artificial Intelligence in Urology: Alexa to Terminator, “Now You Shall Cut to Heal” | ROBOTIC SURGERY | Scoop.it
Artificial intelligence in the field of urology, machine-learning in urology, advanced robotic systems in urologic surgery, factors to analyze surgery skills, decision-making strategy of surgeons, electroencephalogram monitoring of the surgeon, architecture of brain dynamics in urologic surgery.
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Robotic Surgery Today | The Official Medical Robotics Surgery News

Robotic Surgery Today | The Official Medical Robotics Surgery News | ROBOTIC SURGERY | Scoop.it
Robotic Surgery and Medical Robotics News Today.The Official Medical Robotics Surgery News website providing insights into the professional, technological, social, economic opportunities as well as ethical challenges impacting the robotic surgery space...
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Emergency Undocking in Robotic Surgery: A Simulation Curriculum | Protocol

Emergency Undocking in Robotic Surgery: A Simulation Curriculum | Protocol | ROBOTIC SURGERY | Scoop.it
This training platform is designed to allow robotic surgeons to develop the skills necessary to lead an interprofessional team in...
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Robotic rectal surgery has advantages over laparoscopic surgery in selected patients and centres - Khan - 2018 - Colorectal Disease - Wiley Online Library

Robotic rectal surgery has advantages over laparoscopic surgery in selected patients and centres - Khan - 2018 - Colorectal Disease - Wiley Online Library | ROBOTIC SURGERY | Scoop.it
For Debate Robotic rectal surgery has advantages over laparoscopic surgery in selected patients and centres J. S. Khan A. K. Banerjee S.‐H. Kim T. A. Rockall D. G. Jayne First published: 12 August 2018 Volume20, Issue10 October 2018 Pages 845-853
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3D Systems' Simbionix Simulators: The World's Leader in Medical Innovation and Advanced Surgical Training Technologies

3D Systems' Simbionix Simulators: The World's Leader in Medical Innovation and Advanced Surgical Training Technologies | ROBOTIC SURGERY | Scoop.it
Check out this recent interview with Inbal Mazor, Vice President of Products, Medical Simulation, 3D Systems' Simbionix Simulators speaks about The World's Leader in Medical Innovation and Advanced Surgical Training Technologies...
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International audit of colorectal surgeries provides highly realistic reflection of current practices

International audit of colorectal surgeries provides highly realistic reflection of current practices | ROBOTIC SURGERY | Scoop.it
The European Society of Coloproctology has undertaken a major international audit of colorectal operations to understand which are most widely used techniques across the world, which appear to be associated with the best outcomes and where further research needs to be undertaken.
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Fundamentals of Robotic Surgery (FRS) | Simbionix

Fundamentals of Robotic Surgery (FRS) | Simbionix | ROBOTIC SURGERY | Scoop.it
FUNDAMENTALS OF ROBOTIC SURGERY (FRS) MODULE The module is based on the FRS skills curriculum developed by multiple surgical societies and organizations who...
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Evolution and literature review of robotic general surgery resident training 2002-2018. - PubMed - NCBI

Evolution and literature review of robotic general surgery resident training 2002-2018. - PubMed - NCBI | ROBOTIC SURGERY | Scoop.it
Updates Surg. 2018 Jul 27. doi: 10.1007/s13304-018-0573-x.[Epub ahead of print] Review...
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Meta-Analysis of Patients With Early Kidney Cancer Treated With Robotic Partial Nephrectomy - The ASCO Post

Meta-Analysis of Patients With Early Kidney Cancer Treated With Robotic Partial Nephrectomy By The ASCO Post Posted: 7/19/2018 12:43:57 PM Last Updated: 7/19/2018 12:43:57 PM Tweet this page Key Points When comparing robotic to open partial nephrectomy, the study found that robotic partial nephrectomy offered several superior patient outcomes, including decreased complications during and after surgery, cancer recurrence, overall mortality, hospital length of stay, and hospital readmission. Results also showed that robotic partial nephrectomy was equivalent to, and sometimes better than, laparoscopic partial nephrectomy. For patients with early kidney cancer, surgically removing a portion of the kidney instead of the whole organ is often a preferred treatment, because the procedure can effectively remove tumors while preserving kidney function. But when it comes to the best surgical approach—robotic, laparoscopic, or open—for this procedure, known as partial nephrectomy, the choice has been less clear. A comprehensive study by the Keck School of Medicine of USC has found that robotic partial nephrectomy offers significantly better patient outcomes compared to other surgical methods. Findings were published by Cacciamani et al in The Journal of Urology. “Robotic partial nephrectomy has become increasingly more common, yet there’s a lack of consensus among urologists about its performance vis-à-vis open or laparoscopic techniques,” said the study’s corresponding author Inderbir Gill, MD, Chair and Distinguished Professor of Urology at Keck. “Our goal with this study was to critically evaluate the impact of these three techniques on patient outcomes such as complications, cancer recurrence, and mortality.” Analysis Findings The systematic review and meta-analysis combined data from 98 studies on robotic, open, and laparoscopic partial nephrectomy. More than 20,000 patients were included in the analysis. When comparing robotic to open partial nephrectomy, the study found that robotic partial nephrectomy offered several superior patient outcomes, including decreased complications during and after surgery, cancer recurrence, overall mortality, hospital length of stay, and hospital readmission. There was no difference in cancer-specific mortality between the two techniques. Results also showed that robotic partial nephrectomy was equivalent to, and sometimes better than, laparoscopic partial nephrectomy. While there was no difference in cancer recurrence, cancer-specific mortality, length of hospital stay, or readmission, a robotic technique was associated with lower overall mortality and fewer complications during and after surgery. Dr. Gill, who is also the Executive Director of the USC Institute of Urology at Keck Medicine of USC, believes the data suggest that the technique of robotic partial nephrectomy has now become established in the field. “Our study shows that robotic partial nephrectomy is not only safe and effective but also a preferred approach for treating small kidney tumors,” he concluded. The content in this post has not been reviewed by the American Society of Clinical Oncology, Inc. (ASCO®) and does not necessarily reflect the ideas and opinions of ASCO®.
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43G5-627K: Robotic surgery and malpractice – Malpractice Law

43G5-627K: Robotic surgery and malpractice – Malpractice Law | ROBOTIC SURGERY | Scoop.it
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ASRS Congress

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WELCOME TO THE ASIAN SUMMIT ON ROBOTIC SURGERY (ASRS) 2018. The Robotic Surgery Society of Singapore is convening the Asian Summit on Robotic Surgery in October 2018, bringing together thought leaders in robotic surgery from around the world to help surgeons and administrators in Asia navigate the complexities of robotic surgical programs as they reach maturity and strive for sustainability. In addition to the more traditional lecture format, the Summit will pivot towards a more engaged, interactive and impactful program filled with masterclasses, clinics and round tables. Finally, the Summit will give you, the busy robotic surgeon, the chance to be heard, highlighting your concerns in position statements drafted by Expert Panels convened during the Summit. Together we will be heard and together we will shape the future of robotic surgery at the Asian Summit on Robotic Surgery this October! See you there! Dr Aneez DB Ahmed Organising Chairman Dr Joseph Ng President of RS³ Book Ticket Now! ASRS 2018 is organised by:
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A multi-institutional report of peri-operative and functional outcomes after robot-assisted partial nephrectomy in patients with a solitary kidney

A multi-institutional report of peri-operative and functional outcomes after robot-assisted partial nephrectomy in patients with a solitary kidney | ROBOTIC SURGERY | Scoop.it
To evaluate peri- and post-operative outcomes after robotic partial nephrectomy (RPN) in patients with a solitary kidney. A multi-institutional database of 1868 patients was used to identify 35...
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Call for Patient Advocacy Research - The Urology Foundation

Call for Patient Advocacy Research - The Urology Foundation | ROBOTIC SURGERY | Scoop.it
The Urology Foundation believes that better research and education brings better treatment, diagnosis and prevention of all urological conditions.
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Robotic Surgery Research Grants

Start a New Robotics Grant Application (must be logged in as a SAGES member) Manage Completed Robotics Applications (must be logged in as a SAGES member) The purpose of these grants is to stimulate original research in robotic surgery.
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Catherine Mohr: Surgery's past, present and robotic future | TED Talk Subtitles and Transcript | TED

Catherine Mohr: Surgery's past, present and robotic future | TED Talk Subtitles and Transcript | TED | ROBOTIC SURGERY | Scoop.it
TED Talk Subtitles and Transcript: Surgeon and inventor Catherine Mohr tours the history of surgery (and its pre-painkiller, pre-antiseptic past), then demos some of the newest tools for surgery through tiny incisions, performed using nimble robot hands.
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Implementing Assessments of Robot-Assisted Technical Skill in Urological Education

Implementing Assessments of Robot-Assisted Technical Skill in Urological Education | ROBOTIC SURGERY | Scoop.it
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ProAssurance.com : Treated Fairly

ProAssurance.com : Treated Fairly | ROBOTIC SURGERY | Scoop.it
ProAssurance's informative newsletters offer a risk management perspective on topics of interest to physicians, hospitals and healthcare facilities, practice administrators, and office staff. Medical Risk Resource Advisor "Medical Risk Resource Advisor" (MRRA) news for physicians is published twice annually. Barriers to Effective Communication Edition: Fall 2017 Author: Mallory Earley, JD, Senior Risk Resource Advisor To ensure an effective physician-patient relationship and provide quality care, you must be able to communicate with your patients. Physicians may encounter difficulties in three situations: when a patient is hard of hearing, has limited English proficiency, or is illiterate. Federal law requires physicians to make reasonable accommodations for hard of hearing and Limited English Proficiency (LEP) patients. If proper accommodations are not afforded to these individuals, serious consequences, including medical professional liability lawsuits, can occur. Here are some risk management strategies which can be applied to reduce miscommunication with hard of hearing, LEP, and illiterate patients. Read the Barriers to Effective Communication article Key Considerations "Key Considerations" news for healthcare organizations is published twice annually. Robotic-Assisted Surgery Edition: Summer 2018 Author: Tina Reynolds, RN, MBA, JD, Senior Risk Resource Advisor An active 67-year-old retiree entered the hospital for what he thought would be a routine prostatectomy. The urologist recommended robotic-assisted surgery (RAS), and the patient and his spouse agreed to proceed. The patient did not know this would be the surgeon’s first independent robotic surgery. The planned five-hour RAS evolved into a 13-hour open surgery. The patient experienced a succession of complications including kidney failure, sepsis, stroke, cognitive deficits, a torn rectum, and blood loss requiring several transfusions. He experienced permanent incontinence, required a colostomy, and was debilitated until he succumbed to heart disease four years later. Experts testified at trial that “confidence” with the device is not achieved until a surgeon has completed 150 to 250 procedures.1 Prior to performing this procedure, the surgeon had participated in only two proctored robotic prostatectomies—before the hospital granted the surgeon the privilege to independently perform RAS. Read the Robotic-Assisted Surgery article Vital Signs "Vital Signs" newsletter presents actual case histories of malpractice claims to help physicians recognize some of the common causes of malpractice claims. Confidentially published as a service to ProAssurance insureds, "Vital Signs" is available inside our Secure Services Portal. "Vital Signs" case studies are specialty-specific, currently including: Anesthesiology, Cardiology, Emergency Medicine, Family Practice, General Surgery, Internal Medicine, Neurology, Obstetrics, Orthopedics, Pathology, Pediatrics, Radiology, and Urology. Sign in to the secure portal to access "Vital Signs" comment "comment" newsletter presents state-by-state and regional medical liability news and issues. Confidentially published as a service to ProAssurance insureds, "comment" is available inside our Secure Services Portal. Sign in to the secure portal to access "comment"
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15th Meeting of the EAU Robotic Urology Section - ERUS18 Bruges, Belgium

15th Meeting of the EAU Robotic Urology Section - ERUS18 Bruges, Belgium | ROBOTIC SURGERY | Scoop.it
The ERUS 2018 meeting will feature high-quality robotic surgery with interactive moderation. The focus will be on practical instructions on robotic surgery.
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American Urological Association - Robotic Urologic Surgery: A Technical Masterclass

Robotic Urologic Surgery: A Technical Masterclass provides a structured approach to advanced robotic surgery for conditions of the prostate, kidney, and bladder with an emphasis on radical prostatectomy and partial nephrectomy.
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J&J launches Robotics & Digital surgery QuickFire Challenge in Seoul

J&J launches Robotics & Digital surgery QuickFire Challenge in Seoul | ROBOTIC SURGERY | Scoop.it
QuickFire Challenge seeks to identify and accelerate game-changing, early-stage innovations in the areas of robotics and digital surgery from around the world.
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Flex® Robotic System: Expanding the reach of surgery® | Medrobotics

Flex® Robotic System: Expanding the reach of surgery® | Medrobotics | ROBOTIC SURGERY | Scoop.it
Flex® Robotic System: Expanding the reach of surgery®   The Flex® Robotic System gives physicians the ability to access anatomical locations that were previously difficult or impossible to reach minimally invasively. And because it is affordable and efficient, the Flex® Robotic System allows hospitals to expand the patient population that they serve and improve the productivity of their facilities. Indications: The Medrobotics Flex® Robotic System is a device that is intended for robot-assisted visualization and surgical site access to the oropharynx, hypopharynx, and larynx in adults (≥ 22 years of age). The Flex® Robotic System also provides accessory channels for compatible flexible instruments used in surgery. The Medrobotics Flex® Robotic System is intended to provide robot-assisted control of the Flex® Colorectal Drive during visualization of and surgical site access to the anus, rectum and distal colon. The Flex® Robotic System is intended for use in adults (≥22 years of age). The Flex® Colorectal Drive is intended for robot-assisted visualization of and surgical site access to the anus, rectum, and distal colon in adults (≥22 years of age). The Flex® Colorectal Drive also provides accessory channels for compatible flexible instruments used in surgery. Rx only. See Instructions for Use for detailed information regarding the instructions for use, contraindications, potential adverse events, warnings, and cautions.
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Robotic surgery breakthrough - EPSRC website

Professor Sanja Dogramadzi, from Bristol Robotics Laboratory (BRL), University of the West of England, has led the development of a ground-breaking robotic system that enables surgeons to put joint fractures back together using a minimally invasive approach.
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