The disposable Standard Via-Guard® from SurgiMark, Inc. alternates clog-free Tip and adjustable Poole suction in one unique instrument.
Jeffrey W. Moses, M.D., Director of the Center for Interventional Vascular Therapy and the Cardiac Catherization Lab at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center in New York City, gives a tour of a modern operating room and demonstrates the Siemen's Artis Zeego imaging system - an x-ray machine on a robotic arm that can be positioned at any angle around the operating table.
Katherine Wolf was a wife and mother enjoying the success of her acting/modeling career when she suffered a brain bleed.
Greg Fischer, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, is developing robotic systems that will allow surgeons to operate with the guidance of real-time MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) images. Robots under development will precisely place electrodes for deep-brain stimulation and the insert radioactive pellets to treat prostate cancer.
"One Shot" Treatment Of Acute Cholecystitis Associated With Cholecystoduodenal Fistula And Common Bile Duct StonesDecember 15, 2010 10:53 am Videos Comments
Surgeons present the case of a 77-year-old patient affected by acute cholecystitis associated with cholecystoduodenal fistula and common bile duct stones. Preoperative ultrasonography showed a distended, edematous gallbladder and pericholecystic fluid. MRCP confirmed a slight dilatation of the biliary tree with images of stones in the distal biliary duct.
Rejected by Medicaid, the parents of a sick baby boy cannot afford the transplant that may save his life.
Current concepts in transplant surgery: laparoscopic living donor of the kidney by: Paul, Andreas; Treckmann, Jürgen; Gallinat, Anja; Witzke, Oliver; Vester, Udo; Broelsch, Christoph E.
From the Springer article: Medially approached radical lymph node dissection along the surgical trunk for advanced right-sided colon cancers.
With 24 Hour News 8 anchor Brian Sterling and Dr. Larry McCahill, the medical director of surgical oncology at the Lacks Cancer Center.
Many extensive radical surgical procedures are now performed using advanced endoscopic techniques. Postoperative discomfort is minimized and hospital stay is dramatically reduced using this minimally invasive approach. This video shows an extensive pelvic surgery being performed by one of the skilled surgeons of Gynecologic Oncology Associates with the assistance of the daVinci robot.