THE DA VINCI Surgical System is a robot-assist machine that enables surgeons trained on it to perform complex operations that are minimally invasive and enable patients to recover more quickly. Photo courtesy Marshall Medical

Healthy Trends 2013

Marshall on cutting edge

By From page HT6 | January 30, 2013

Marshall Medical Center is now using the Da Vinci Surgical System, a robot-assisted method of surgery that reduces blood loss, recovery time and pain. It is the next huge step in minimally invasive surgery. Though the FDA-approved technology has been around for about 10 years, until recently it has mainly been available only in large, metropolitan health systems.

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