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Principles and Practice of Robotic Surgery

Principles and Practice of Robotic Surgery

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Robot-assisted surgery, soon to be incorporated into most surgical disciplines, can reduce postoperative complications by up to 50%, and has been shown to result in reduced blood loss, earlier hospital discharge, and faster return to normal activity for the patient. Edited by master surgeon Tony Costello, and with contributions from the worlds best and most experienced robotic surgeons worldwide, Principles and Practice of Robotic Surgery is an up-to-date, all-in-one reference that provides step-by-step instruction for practicing surgeons and those who are entering robotic surgery training. This first-of-its-kind text discusses new technologies and their application in each surgical subspecialty, with hundreds of outstanding illustrations and high-quality videos-making this an ideal resource for the entire OR team.
Product Details
Elsevier
98507
9780323798204
9780323798204

Data sheet

Publication date
2023
Issue number
1
Cover
hard cover
Pages count
688
Dimensions (mm)
216 x 276
Weight (g)
1860
  • General principles

  • Anesthesia for robotic surgery

Physiology of pneumoperitoneum

Complications

Air embolism

Arrest. etc

Preoperative assessment and patient selection

Patient positioning and prevention of injury

Bedside - including port placement and docking

Draping robot

(basic understanding in order to be able to deal with trouble shooting)

Need all 4 arms to be draped even if not using

Port placement

Establishing pneumoperitoneum

Hasson

Veress

Optical

Insufflation pressure

Complications and trouble shooting

Eg. Adhesions, Obesity, Narrow pelvis, Prior surgery or radiotherapy, Existing stoma

Docking the robot

Modelled on Device teaching

Targeting

Ensuring adequate space between arms

Burping

Safety

e.g. height limitation

Locking instruments to avoid drift

Emergency undocking

Trouble shooting errors and faults

Instruments

Familiarity with commonly used laparoscopic instruments for the bedside assistant

Inserting and exchanging instruments

Diathermy settings

Console

How does it all work?

Basic rundown of buttons etc

Controlling the camera

Use of different lenses and changing view

Understanding when/why to use different lens

Swapping between instruments

Fourth arm control

Clutching

Customising your setup

Ergonomics

Scaling ratio movement

Adjusts movement speed to surgeon preference

Default 3:1, 2:1, 1.5:1

Available instruments

Diathermy settings
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