da Vinci® Robotic Surgery
In a world where millimeters can make a difference, precision is everything.
Investing in the most advanced da Vinci® surgical systems is one of Sutter’s latest steps in giving our patients access to the most effective technologies and treatments. da Vinci® robotic-assisted surgery is a break-through technology that allows the surgeon’s hand to make extremely precise movements, revolutionizing the treatment of prostate, gynecological and kidney cancers, gynecological and urogynecological surgery as well as general and bariatric surgery. da Vinci® does not replace the surgeon; the system enhances the surgeon’s skill by providing an magnified, three-dimensional view of the surgery site that allows the surgeon to see more detail than is possible with the human eye.
Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento has been offering da Vinci surgery for more than nine years. In 2014 we became the first hospital in California to use the latest robotic system, the da Vinci Xi. The Xi features magnified 3D HD vision and revolutionary anatomical access making it easier for the surgeon to work around the patient and a laser targeting system. The Xi is optimized for multi-quadrant surgeries, allowing us to use this technology for general abdominal and bariatric patients.
Sutter Roseville Medical Center has the da Vinci Si HD system, which features advanced 3D HD visulation and magnification, offering surgeons and immersive view of the operative field. The Si has improved dexterity and range of motion far greater than even the human hand, and motion technology, which replicates the operative experience and control of open surgery by preserving natural eye-hand-instrument alignment and intuitive instrument control.
Patient Benefits of da Vinci Robotic Surgery
da Vinci® robotic surgery is offer patients several benefits over open procedures, including:
- Less pain
- Shorter hospital stays
- Fewer hospital complications
- Smaller scars
- Faster return to normal activities
- Less blood loss
Current Applications for Robotic Surgery
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