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What is da Vinci Surgery? With the da Vinci Surgical System, surgeons operate through just a few small incisions. The da Vinci System features a magnified 3D high-definition vision system and tiny wristed instruments that bend and rotate far greater than the human hand. As a result, da Vinci enables your surgeon to operate with […]
Dr. Sita Ayu Arumi, SpOG – a robotic surgeon from Indonesia shared her experience about robotic technology, the most advanced minimally invasive surgery.
Clinical excellence and innovation—this was the theme of St. Luke’s Medical Center Global City’s (SLMC-GC) celebrations, of having successfully performed over 500 robotic surgeries since the program’s inception in 2010.
March 17th 2016: St Luke’s Global City announced that they have been able to help over 500 surgery patients achieve better clinical outcomes and faster recovery with robotic surgery. “You always have to look into innovation”, stated Dr. Arturo Dela Pena (photo left), the medical director, in his opening speech about St. Luke’s continuous improvement of services geared towards giving patients the best possible care.
13th April 2016: Transmedic Indonesia collaborated with Bunda Hospital to run a da Vinci Surgical System test drive for 3 prominent urologists from the national teaching hospital, Cipto Mangunkusomo.
To date, the da Vinci Surgical System has been successfully employed worldwide in more than 1.5 million various surgical procedures, with excellent safety records. It provides numerous benefits over traditional open and laparoscopic surgeries. With the robotics system, surgeons can perform complex surgeries through just a few small incisions, reducing patient recovery times. Most importantly, the da Vinci System is designed to be fail-safe, which means in the event of power interruption or safety check failure, the System is designed to shut down safely, allowing the surgeon to remain in full control of the procedure.
Transmedic organised “The daVinci Triumph 2016” dinner on 11 April 2016 to celebrate the achievements of surgeons who have become highly-skilled at using the daVinci robot.
Plaques were presented by the Asia Pacific Manager of Intuitive Surgical Inc., creators of the daVinci robot, to the respective doctors to recognise their professional accomplishments: