Initial Experience with da Vinci Robotic System in Vascular Surgery
P. Štádler; P. Vitásek; P. Matouš
Oddělení cévní chirurgie, Nemocnice Na Homolce, Praha, přednosta doc. MUDr. P. Šebesta, CSc.
Rozhl. Chir., 2006, roč. 85, č. 5, s. 228-232.
Monothematic special - Original
Robotic operational systems improve accuracy, control of and skilful management of surgical procedures up to levels unachievable by a human factor itself. A surgeon is also allowed to conduct the types of miniinvasive procedures, which cannot be conducted using contemporary technologies. High degree of the procedure’s safety can be achieved. Currently, the robotic surgical systems are used in top clinics worldwide and the concept of the robotic operating theatre is considered to become standard for some procedures in future. In October 2005, a multispecialist robotic centre was opened in the Hospital Na Homolce, which then created a new qualitative standard in the miniinvasive surgical management. The authors present the initial group of patients, who were operated from November 2005 to January 2006 with employement of the da Vinci® robotic system, listing its pros and cons.
laparoscopy – robotics – da Vinci system– ilio-femoral by-pass – aorto-femoral by-pass