This video from the International Journal of Urology presents a case in laparoscopic adrenalectomy. It is part of an article with 4 videos on "Laparoscopic adrenalectomy: Troublesome cases". View the article here and find the videos under Supporting Information of the article.
Richard Salter, MD, FACOG, Forest Park, Dallas, TX uses the Lektrafuse™ CAIMAN™ with the da Vinci® Surgical System for a complex TLH/BSO. "I have used the CAIMAN in many routine robotic gynecological procedures with much success,” he says. “The longer sealing jaws significantly reduce surgical times and I have seen little to no adhesion or charring.
The Surgical Simulator LxH ( Lumbar L4-5) model by Dynamic Disc Designs Corp. is a lumbar model has been designed with a white fibrous nucleus pulposus that can be excised and used to simulate the surgical feel of a discectomy. Nuclear replacements available.
A discussion and demonstration of suturing techniques with Lee Dresang, MD from the University of Wisconsin Department of Family Medicine.
Type 2 diabetes can be a potentially deadly disease. Exercise and eating right can lower risk for stroke and death in patients who are overweight with diabetes. Cleveland Clinic Bariatric Surgery study is for patients who need additional help. The procedure reduces the size of the stomach and may help reduce or even treat all symptoms of diabetes without medicine.
Anthony A Romeo, M.D. shows proper patient positioning and preparation before implanting the Univers II into the patient. The Univers II Total Shoulder represents the definitive anatomic solution for total shoulder arthroplasty. The Univers II humeral component design accounts for anatomical variations of the proximal humerus commonly encountered by the surgeon.
Sage 2% Chlorhexidine Gluconate (CHG) cloths are the first and only FDA-approved, alcohol-free applicator cloths designed for easy patient preoperative skin preparation, and are effective against resistant organisms including MRSA, VRE and others. These rinse-free, quick-drying cloths reduce these microorganisms on the skin, a known factor for surgical site infections (SSIs).
As Medical Director for the Women's Health Clinic at the Regina General Hospital, Dr. John Thiel is proud to offer patients from across southern Saskatchewan care that is second to none in the country, thanks to two new Minimally Invasive Surgical (MIS) suites funded by Hospitals of Regina Foundation donors.
The video features a young patient with severe (stage 4) rectovaginal endometriosis with extensive adhesions on the reproductive organs. The patient suffers from chronic pelvic and bowel pain. In addition, this patient is infertile and seeks fertility. This video demonstrates the technique of excision (peeling) of endometriois form the surface of the ureters (tubes carrying urine to the bladder), large bowel and other pelvic organs.
This is Part 2 of a three part Patient Education Series on Total Knee Replacement (TKR). Part 1 discusses the preoperative issues that patients need to know prior to the decision to have TKR. Part 2 is the surgical video. Part 3 discusses the postoperative issues all TKR patients need to understand.
Prior to docking the daVinci Surgical System, an operative space needs to be created, and maintained using the AK Retractor. This video demonstrates the dissection required to create this space. Once this space is created thyroid or parathyroid surgery can be performed. The incision used for this procedure is located in the axilla (armpit), so that it is easily hidden from view.
Dr. Kenneth Adam Lee, MD, FACS, of Kennedy Thoracic Surgery, Sewell, NJ, performs a robotic assisted thorascopic pulmonary lobectomy.
For every 100 knees replaced at Borgess Medical Center, 95 percent of them will do well for at least ten years thanks to more precise, pain-free implants. Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Todd Ream is an expert on knees. Through the computer navigation we are able to put that knee into a fairly precise position, said Dr.