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Demonstrating the effectiveness of the fundamentals of robotic surgery (FRS) curriculum on the RobotiX Mentor Virtual Reality Simulation Platform

Abstract Fundamentals of robotic surgery (FRS) is a proficiency-based progression curriculum developed by robotic surgery experts from multiple specialty areas to address gaps in existing robotic surgery training curricula. The RobotiX Mentor is a virtual reality training platform for robotic surgery. Our aims were to determine if...

Robotic rectal cancer surgery with single side-docking technique: experience of a tertiary care university hospital

Abstract Robotics in colorectal surgery has been in the market for 17 years now, and continuously gaining popularity; three-dimensional steady views, great range of motion, tremor filtration, augmented dexterity, and articulated instruments, help surgeons to overcome some of the difficulties of laparoscopy and enables them to reach...

Patient injuries and malfunctions associated with robotic prostatectomy: review of the manufacturer and user facility device experience database

Abstract Robotic prostatectomy is the most commonly performed robotic procedure in the United States. Increasing utilization of this procedure necessitates characterization of robot malfunctions and associated patient injuries. We performed a review of adverse events reported to a publicly available database. We searched the Manufacturer...

Cardiothoracic robotic assisted surgery in times of COVID-19

Abstract The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic poses an immense threat to healthcare systems worldwide. At a time when elective surgeries are being suspended and questions are being raised about how the remaining procedures on COVID-19 positive patients can be performed safely, it is important to consider the potential...

Pathological features of prostate cancer in men treated with robot-assisted radical prostatectomy in the Middle East

Abstract Little is known about the pathological features of radical prostatectomy among men living in the Middle East. Although prostate cancer became the most common malignancy among males in some countries in the Middle East, the incidence is much lower compared to western populations. The aim of this study is to analyze pathological...

Oncologic outcomes of patients with incidental prostate cancer who underwent RARC: a comparison between nerve sparing and non-nerve sparing approach

Abstract Background Incidental Prostate cancer (iPCa) is a relatively common finding during histopathological evaluation of radical cystectomy (RC) specimens. To reduce the high impact of RC on erectile function, several sexual-preserving techniques have been proposed. The aim of this...

Robotic-assisted right colectomy versus laparoscopic approach: case-matched study and cost-effectiveness analysis

Abstract Aim The aim of this study is to compare clinical and oncological outcomes of robot-assisted right colectomy with those of conventional laparoscopy-assisted right colectomy, reporting for the first time in literature, a cost-effectiveness analysis. ...

Comparisons of surgical outcomes between transperitoneal and retroperitoneal approaches in robot-assisted laparoscopic partial nephrectomy for lateral renal tumors: a propensity score-matched comparative analysis

Abstract Objective To compare the surgical outcomes between the transperitoneal (TP) and retroperitoneal (RP) approaches in robot-assisted laparoscopic partial nephrectomy (RAPN) for lateral tumors. Methods ...

Trends in the practice of renal surgery for cancer in France after the introduction of robotic-assisted surgery: data from the National Health Care System Registry

Learning curve of robotic-assisted laparoscopic pyeloplasty (RALP) in children: how to reach a level of excellence?

Abstract It has been suggested that up to 40 cases of RALP are required to reach the operative results equal to open surgery. We have hypothesized that previous experience in open and laparoscopic surgeries might shorten the learning curve of robotic surgery. We have retrospectively evaluated the data of all children who underwent...

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