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Second da Vinci Surgical System Robot Acquired by Good Samaritan

Mar 1, 2018
Good Samaritan Medical Center is now performing procedures with the da Vinci Xi Surgical System. The da Vinci Xi System was designed with the goal of further advancing the technology used in minimally invasive surgery. The system can be used across a spectrum of minimally invasive surgical procedures and has been optimized for multi-quadrant surgeries in the areas of gynecology, urology, oncology, thoracic, cardiac, hepatobiliary, and general surgery. This is the second da Vinci Surgical System for the hospital and its comprehensive robotic program. 

By enabling efficient access throughout the abdomen or chest, the de Vinci Xi System expands upon core da Vinci System features, including wristed instruments, 3D-HD visualization, intuitive motion, and an ergonomic design. As with all da Vinci Surgical Systems, the surgeon is 100% in control of the robotic-assisted da Vinci System, which translates their hands movements into smaller, more precise movements of tiny instruments inside the patients body. The Xi System's immersive 3D-HD vision system provides surgeons a highly magnified view, extending their eyes and hands into the patient. 

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 http://southfloridahospitalnews.com/images/file/SFHN%2001%2018.pdf 

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