Scopul nostru este sprijinirea şi promovarea cercetării ştiinţifice şi facilitarea comunicării între cercetătorii români din întreaga lume.
Autori: Dr. Adrian Lobontiu; Prof. Daniel Loisance
Editorial: Copyright Jurnalul de chirurgie, Iasi, 2005-2007, Journal of Surgery - Jurnalul de Chirurgie, ISSN: 1584 - 9341 Vol.3 Nr.3 - iulie-septembrie 2007, p.208-214, 2007.
One of the most important advances in surgical technology in the last two decades of the twentieth century is represented by the introduction of the laparoscopic technique. Using the laparoscopic approach the patient is operated through keyhole incisions as opposed to long, traumatic incisions over the thoracic or abdominal cavity. Many open procedures, such as those for gallbladder disorders, groin hernia repair and anti-reflux surgery of the stomach have been replaced by minimally-invasive procedures, whose advantages include shorter postoperative hospitalization, less pain, and a faster return to normal activity. Although improvements continue to be made in laparoscopic surgery, surgeons are generally still faced with particular drawbacks of this technique. Robotic surgery and computer-enhanced surgery may revolutionize these techniques by restoring most of the advantages of open surgery but in the context of minimally-invasive procedures. For example, cardiac surgery has entered a new era since robotic surgery appeared a part of certain by-pass and valve surgery. This work describes the da Vinci Surgical Robot™ which represents the current state-of-the art of this technology. New developments in system accuracy, planning and simulation of the surgical act are highlighted.
This work was performed in the cardiac surgery unit directed by Professor Daniel
The program of robotic surgery was made possible thanks to the outstanding
generosity of François Pinault.
Adrian Lobontiu, MD; Henri Mondor Hospital, Université Paris 12,
94010 Créteil, France;
Cuvinte cheie: LAPAROSCOPY, ROBOTIC SURGERY, MINIMALLY-INVASIVE SURGERY