Robotic Surgery – Surgery of the Future at Doctors Hospital at Renaissance
Doctors Hospital at Renaissance is pleased to introduce the da Vinci Si™ Surgical System
to our operating room and to our community. This is a significant arrival because of the value it offers our surgical staff and those in the community we serve.
Complex conditions, such as cancer, uterine prolapse, fibroids, and even heart disease can be treated minimally invasively with da Vinci
Surgery. This approach uses a robotic surgical system that provides your surgeon with better vision, precision, and control. It requires only a few small incisions, so you can get back to your life faster—without the usual recovery following major surgery.
The da Vinci® Si™ has
several unique features designed to provide additional clinical benefits and efficiency in the operating room, many of which translate to patient benefits. Here are a few features of the da Vinci® Si™
Enhanced 3D, high-definition vision of operative field with up to 10x magnification
New optional dual console allows second surgeon to provide assistance
Superior visual clarity of tissue and anatomy
Surgical dexterity and precision far greater than even the human hand
Updated and simplified user interface to enhance OR efficiency
New ergonomic settings for greater surgeon comfort
Together, these technological advancements provide our surgeons with unparalleled precision, dexterity and control that enable a minimally invasive approach for many complex surgical procedures. DHR surgeons believes that the new features of the da Vinci Si
System will help them provide the best possible outcomes and is proof of DHR’s commitment to provide our community access to the latest advancements in minimally invasive surgery.
For qualified candidates, da Vinci®
surgery offers numerous potential benefits over traditional surgery, including:
Shorter hospital stay
Less risk of infection
Less blood loss and fewer transfusions
Faster return to normal activities
advanced level of technology takes surgery beyond the limits of the human hand. This acquisition compliments our goal of extending minimally invasive surgery to the broadest possible base of patients. It can be used for a multitude of procedures, including, but not limited to: prostatectomy, hysterectomy, myomectomy, coronary artery bypass, mitral valve repair and colorectal surgery.