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Mydesign
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Re: Robots in Super Speciality Hospitals
Mydesign   12/6/2012 10:42:54 PM
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Ann, you are right. As of now robots are assisting the surgeons and nurses for carrying out certain task in surgical room and they won't capable to handle any task independently. But no doubt, in future they can with little bit of analytical and fuzzy logic.

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Re: Robots in Super Speciality Hospitals
Cabe Atwell   12/7/2012 6:37:47 PM
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What robotics has done for the medical industry in unprecedented. When I saw a medical robot alter someone's eye to correct the vision without human interaction, I was blow away. And that was almost 8 years ago.  The da'vinci robot is another example, aiding doctors to be more precise and controlled. Shakey hands are a worry of the past. Watch some of the da'vinvi robot videos on youtube, and you will agree. More robots are needed.

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Re: Robots in Super Speciality Hospitals
Ann R. Thryft   12/10/2012 12:56:01 PM
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I have really mixed feelings about independent robotic surgeons. The creepy/scary factor is pretty high (maybe we've all watched too many horror movies...). But I think Cabe and Mydesign are right.

Mydesign
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Re: Robots in Super Speciality Hospitals
Mydesign   12/10/2012 10:21:45 PM
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Ann, as of now robotic assisted procedures are widely accepted in most of the super specialty hospitals. But when it comes for a fully robotic done procedure without a human (Doctor) intervention, peoples may get little bit sacred about it (mindset). Eventhough error chances are less in procedure done by robotics; people always have a fear to opt for that.

Ann R. Thryft
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Re: Robots in Super Speciality Hospitals
Ann R. Thryft   12/11/2012 1:38:25 PM
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GTOlover, I totally agree. There's a place for humans and a place for robots, and I'm not at all sure the twain should ever meet when it comes to surgical procedures.

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Re: Robots in Super Speciality Hospitals
RICKZ28   12/20/2012 4:52:19 PM
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A few months ago, my wife had internal surgery with the surgeon using the da Vinci Surgical System.  Instead of one week in the hospital to recover, she was out in one day...in fact she was in no post-op pain by the time she left the hospital.

Of course when the doctor told us in advance that the da Vinci Surgical System would be used, we investigated.  The cost of the machine is about $1.5 million each, and made in California.

Read and watch the videos to find out more about the robotic surgical system.

da Vinci Surgical System website:  http://www.mivipdavinci.com/da-vinci-si-surgical-system.html?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_term=da-vinci-surgical-system-phrase&utm_campaign=mivip-da-vinci-los-angeles-ca-gst&_vsrefdom=p.3499

YouTube overview:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7m8FEuwiChw

Ann R. Thryft
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Re: Robots in Super Speciality Hospitals
Ann R. Thryft   1/22/2013 12:12:58 PM
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Rick, thanks for sharing your wife's experience. We keep hearing that robotic-assisted surgery helps speed accuracy and healing--DN has covered the daVinci system several times--but it's hard to know how much of that's hype or reality.

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