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Our mission at Prosurgics is to help surgeons provide a better result for you, the patient. We work closely with surgeons from around the world to understand how our technology can help them to help you. Surgical robotic systems are not designed to replace surgeons, but rather to help them carry out operations through smaller incisions, or with greater accuracy, or to perform treatments that are impossible at the moment.

Over the coming months we will be adding contributions from patients and surgeons sharing their accounts of using these valuable new techniques, and what this has meant to them. If you would like to share your experience, we'd be very pleased to hear from you .

What procedures
Our products are used mainly in a type of surgery known as Minimally Invasive Surgery, or Keyhole Surgery. This type of surgery has been introduced recently and allows your surgeon to perform the operation through small openings without the need for large incisions. The surgeon performs such operations using a small tv camera mounted to telescope-like instrument, called an endoscope or laparoscope.

Minimally Invasive Surgery has lots of benefits for patients. Because the incisions are smaller you will usually recover much more quickly, perhaps spending only a few days in hospital compared with lengthy stays and many weeks recovery. Patients also benefit from reduced pain, smaller scars, and less likelihood of complications.

In order to perform Minimally Invasive Surgery, it is vital that your surgeon obtains a clear a steady view of the internal organs, using the endoscope. Our EndoAssist is a robotic device that enables the surgeon to do just that, and so perform delicate surgery more effectively and in many cases use minimally invasive techniques for operations where it would not otherwise be possible.
Patients requiring surgery to the brain are also starting to benefit from the advantages of surgical robotics. Our image-guided PathFinder system enables surgeons to perform operations deep within the brain, at the highest level of accuracy.

 

 


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