5 Little Known Facts About da Vinci® Robotic Surgery

5 Things To Know About da Vinci® Robotic Surgery In 2000, the da Vinci® Surgery System became the first robotic surgery system approved by the FDA for laparoscopic procedures. Now, almost 20 years and six million global surgeries later, the da Vinci® Surgery System has become a commonality in countless minimally invasive surgeries—especially in urological

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University City Magazine – “7 to know”

  Though the practice has eight offices in the Charlotte area, they are firmly rooted in UCity where they have access to the DaVinci Robot, a surgical instrument so expensive and specialized that there are only three in the entire city. However, not only do they have access to it, they use their robot “more

News 14 – In Depth: Dr. Tim Gajewski, “Robotic Surgery”

  Dr. Tim Gajewski and the Urology Specialists of the Carolinas were the first group to use robotic surgery procedures in Charlotte. This type of technology may be the most effective, least invasive surgical treatment option available today.   Check out this segment on our YouTube Channel: UroCarolinas  

By |May 17th, 2010|Categories: daVinci® Robotic Prostate Surgery, Urology Specialists|Tags: , , , , , , |Comments Off on News 14 – In Depth: Dr. Tim Gajewski, “Robotic Surgery”

Robotic surgery catches on

  BY GINA KOLATA - New York Times At 42, Dr. Jeffrey Cadeddu feels like a dinosaur in urologic surgery. He was trained to take out cancerous prostates the traditional laparoscopic way: making small incisions in the abdomen and inserting tools with his own hands to slice out the organ. But now, patients don’t want

By |March 3rd, 2010|Categories: daVinci® Robotic Prostate Surgery, Urology Specialists|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Robotic surgery catches on