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Microsoft PowerPoint - Robotic Surgery

  1. 1. Robotic SurgeryCheryl HughesRGN, BHSc, PGDip Health Information SystemsClinical EducatorDevice Technologies
  2. 2. Robotic SurgeryRobotically assisted minimallyinvasive surgery
  3. 3. A Few Points• Robotic surgery started in 2000 with adult surgery – mainly urology• The surgeon does the surgery - not the robot• No robot (yet) to clean the instruments
  4. 4. Origins of the da Vinci Robot• USA government funded a robotics programme at Stanford University in late 1980’s• Original concept was to perform remote surgery on the battlefield
  5. 5. da Vinci robot consists of• A surgical console• Patient-side cart• Instruments and imaging processing equipment
  6. 6. Surgeon’s Console
  7. 7. Surgical Console• Optimal hand-eye alignment• Immersive 3D stereo viewer• Comfortable seat posture – ergonomic• Motion scaling & tremor reduction
  8. 8. Patient Benefits• Shorter hospital stays• Less post-operative pain• Less blood loss and transfusions• Less scarring• Back to work sooner• Less post-operative complications
  9. 9. Patient Benefits• For radical prostatectomies the average hospital stay is 1-2 days compared to 8-12 days for open prostatectomy• Patients return to normal activity in 10-14 days compared to 4-6 weeks
  10. 10. Cardiac SurgeryRobotic surgery Open surgery
  11. 11. Procedures for Robotic Surgery• Urology• Cardiac• Oesophageal disorders• Pancreatic surgery• Hernia repair• Colorectal surgery• Live donor nephrectomy• Adrenalectomy• Vascular surgery
  12. 12. ROBOTIC INSTRUMENTS and REPROCESSING
  13. 13. Resources for the Sterile Services Staff• Cleaning kit• On site training• Wall charts• Flip charts
  14. 14. Endoscopes
  15. 15. Instruments
  16. 16. Instruments• Increased range of motion• Improved dexterity• Greater surgical precision• Improved surgical access
  17. 17. Instruments
  18. 18. Instrument Reprocessing
  19. 19. Flip Chart
  20. 20. Flip Chart
  21. 21. Flip Chart
  22. 22. Flip Chart
  23. 23. Growth of Robotic Surgery
  24. 24. Australia• Epworth Hospital (Melbourne) x 2• Sydney Adventist Hospital• Adelaide Hospital (donated)• St John of God Subiaco (Perth)• Royal Brisbane
  25. 25. New Zealand• First Robotic surgery was at Grace Hospital, Tauranga on Sept 4th 2007 (visiting surgeon from Australia)• Ascot & Grace Hospitals both commenced robot surgery in November 2007 in urology.
  26. 26. Thank you for your time. Any Questions?

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