Almost every medical institution has and regularly uses robotic surgery & Da Vinci surgery in France, be it a private clinic or a public hospital. It’s typical for a clinic to have more than 90% of urological interventions performed with the help of the robotic surgery, and the most common device is the second generation Da Vinci robot. Artificial sphincter implantation, different types of resections and prostatectomy – all these interventions undergo much better and the good result guarantee is higher when performed with the robotic surgical systems. French surgeons undergo special obligatory training in order to be able to use these devices.
Currently, more and more surgeries in Europe are performed using the da Vinci surgical system. The success of these surgeries is guaranteed by the fact that the use of the system nullifies the risk of infection during surgery. It provides maximum freedom and accuracy of movements, and also allows the doctor to work even in the most hard-to-reach areas of the human body. The patient loses less blood during surgery and the post-operative period is much easier. In some cases, surgery using the system is a must.
The Da Vinci system is a staunch ally on the way to recovery, we must, however, remember that this type of equipment requires very high skills. An experienced surgeon operating the system is a winning combination!
Hysterectomy and myomectomy, radical prostatectomy, restoration of the mitral valve, myocardial revascularization, ablation of cardiac tissue, placement of epicardial pacemaker for biventricular resynchronization, gastric bypass, Nissen fundoplication, spinal surgery, replacement of the disks, thymectomy (surgery to remove thymus) pulmonary lobectomy, esophagectomy, resection of mediastinal tumour, pyeloplasty, removal of the bladder, radical nephrectomy, and partial nephrectomy, ureteral replantation, cerebral tissue hydroconcatenation, thyroidectomy, tonsillectomy.
This list is not exhaustive and is provided for informational purposes.
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