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How da Vinci® Robotic Surgical System  Works

Through a high-tech control module, surgeons move exceptionally delicate operating instruments that allow for extremely precise movements.

Robotic surgeons have a greater range of motion, they can see more clearly, and they have better dexterity when using the da Vinci system.

Robotic Surgery Advantages

The increased dexterity our surgeons experience through robot-assisted surgery, allows for better navigation around delicate areas in many surgical areas such as bariatric and colorectal procedures.

Robotic surgery has many advantages over traditional or open surgery, including smaller incisions, less blood loss, less pain, reduced risk of infection, shorter hospital stays, quicker recovery/return to regular activity, less scarring, and better clinical outcomes, in many cases.

Not all patients are candidates for robotic surgery. To find out if you may be a candidate for this revolutionary surgery, talk to your doctor.

Our Robotic Procedures

Bariatrics

Gastric Sleeve 

During this procedure, the stomach is reshaped and restructured to restrict the amount of calories the body can absorb.

Cancer

Uterine Cancer

Hysterectomy

Surgical removal of the uterus

Kidney Cancer

Nephrectomy or partial nephrectomy

Removal of all or part of the kidney

Colon Cancer

Low Anterior Resection

This approach is used to remove cancers high in the rectum closer to the colon. The diseased part of the rectum and its surrounding healthy tissue and lymph nodes are removed.

Colorectal

Colectomy

Removal of all or part of the colon

Low Anterior Resection

This approach is used to remove cancers high in the rectum closer to the colon. The diseased part of the rectum and its surrounding healthy tissue and lymph nodes are removed.

General

Appendectomy

Removal of the appendix

Cholecystectomy

Removal of the gallbladder

Hernia Repair

A weakened, bulged or torn abdominal wall can lead to the inner lining of the abdomen and small intestine pushing out of the area. A hernia repair procedure pushes the material back where it belongs and repairs the abdominal wall .

Lysis of Adhesions

When scar tissue forms inside the body due to a surgery or condition such as Chron's Disease, it is referred to as adhesions. Lysis of adhesions is a procedure performed to cut the scar tissue to restore function and reduce pain.

Urologic

Adrenalectomy

Removal of one or both adrenal glands.

Cystectomy

Removal of all or part of the bladder

Diverticulectomy

Removal of an abnormal pouch on the small intestine lining. 

Nephrectomy or partial nephrectomy

Removal of all or part of the kidney

Pyeloplasty

A surgery to repair the kidney 

Prostatectomy

Removal of all or part of the prostate

Women's

Colpopexy

A repair of a relaxed vagina in which the vagina is sutured to the abdominal wall.

Diagnostic

Surgery that gives the team better assessment of the patient's body to diagnose a condition.

Excision of Endometriosis

Used to diagnose and treat endometriosis, the surgeons use extreme heat to destroy growths and scar tissue or remove them .

Hysterectomy

Removal of the uterus.

Myomectomy 

Removal of uterine fibroids (non-cancerous growths in the uterine wall). A primary benefit of robotic Myomectomy is the opportunity for future pregnancies following this procedure.

Ovarian Cystectomy 

Removal of an ovarian cyst.

Salpingo-Oophorectomy

Removal of the ovaries and fallopian tubes. 

Tubal Ligation

A sterilization procedure to close the fallopian tubes. 

 

Dr. Daniel Jacobson Explains Robotic Surgery