da Vinci Prostatectomy Patient Video Introduction to the da Vinci Surgical System and its use for laparoscopic radical prostatectomy
daVinci Prostatectomy This video provides an overview of the radical prostatectomy with the daVinci System from . Dr. JH Witt St. Antonius Hospital Gronau
NCI Robotic prostatectomy B-roll NCI B-roll footage of a robot-assisted prostatectomy, performed by Dr. Peter Pinto at the NIH Clinical Center. The da Vinci Surgical System from Intuitive Surgical is used to remove a prostate on a prostate cancer patient. Footage includes images of the machine, as well as the surgical instruments inside the patient. There is no audible dialogue in this video.
Perineal Prostatectomy - The Nebraska Medical Center Dr. Michael Feloney, urologic surgeon at The Nebraska Medical Center explains the benefits of a perineal approach to removal of the prostate gland for men with prostate cancer. For some patients, this approach results in quicker recovery and fewer side effects. For more information, call 1-800-922-0000 or visit .
Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy surgical procedure. Kaiser Permanente West Los Angeles - Minimally Invasive Surgery Group (MISG)
Retrograde Robotic Extraperitoneal Laparoscopic Prostatectomy (RRELP) Dr. Charles-Henry Rochat (Geneva), Dr. Georges-Antoine de Boccard (Geneva), Dr. Pierre Dubernard (Lyon). Retrograde Robotic Extraperitoneal Laparoscopic Prostatectomy (RRELP). Video presented at: World Robotic Urology Symposium; April 6-8, 2009, Orlando. Available from: www.gfmer.ch GFMER website: www.gfmer.ch
Prostate Cancer: daVinci Robotic Prostatectomy Dr. Christopher Amling, UAB Chairman of Urology, explains the process of robotic prostatectomy using the daVinci device.
Podcast: Robotic Assisted Prostatectomy Please vist to see the full program. On February 22nd, at 4:00 pm (EST), surgeons from Springfield Hospital, a Crozer-Keystone Health System hospital, will demonstrate and discuss the use of robotic surgery in the treatment of prostate cancer. With the FDA approved da Vinci® Surgical System, David Samadi, MD, director of Robotics, Columbia Presbyterian Hospital and Crozer-Keystone consultant, will perform a robotic-assisted prostatectomy live. Dr. James O'Connell will assist. The event will be moderated by Dr. Frank D'elia, Dr. Kenneth Weismann, and Dr. Ilya Volfson who will explain critical portions of the procedure as Dr. Samadi operates. The physicians will be able to respond to viewers' email questions throughout the live event, as...
Robotic prostatectomy - Charles-Henry Rochat Dr. Charles-Henry Rochat et Dr. Jean Sauvain, Clinique Générale-Beaulieu, Genève/Geneva. Prostatectomie robot assistée (cancer de la prostate) / Robotic-assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy for prostate cancer. www.gfmer.ch GFMER website: www.gfmer.ch
Robotic Prostatectomy - Dieter Bruno MD Dieter Bruno MD, head of Robotic Surgery at Sequoia Hospital, Redwood City describes the use of the Da Vinci Robotic Surgery system during a Prostatectomy procedure.
Live Webcast: ROBOTIC PROSTATECTOMY Surgeons specializing in the da Vinci® Surgical System at Morristown Memorial Hospital, part of Atlantic Health, will perform a robotic prostatectomy live. The hour-long broadcast will air at 2 pm EST on Friday, February 2. Those who log on to view the live broadcast also will have the opportunity to ask the physicians questions during the surgery. The urology team at Morristown Memorial has completed more than 100 robotic prostatectomies since acquiring the technology in March 2005. The surgery is performed on patients diagnosed with prostate cancer who require removal of the prostate. "Patients have seen significant benefits using this technique," said Lee Pressler, MD, a surgeon who will perform the procedure during the broadcast. "Patients have experienced less scarring, quicker recovery time, less blood loss, less pain and a quicker return to their normal activities and ***ual function."
HD Robotic Prostatectomy with nerve and veil sparing Dr. David Josephson demonstrates a HD Robotic Prostatectomy using daVinci Si system. Asprevious Director of the Urologic Oncology and Robotic Surgery Fellowship program at City of Hope, he is part of one of the world's most experienced teams known for providing excellence in patient outcomes. To date, he and his colleagues have performed over 5000 robotic cases. To make an appointment for a consultation regarding robotic surgery, please call 310-854-9898. Copyright 2011
Rambam's First Robotic Prostatectomy Performed By Dr. David B. Samadi Dr. David Samadi has performed Rambam Health Care Campus' very first robotic prostatectomy using their newly acquired da Vinci Robotic Prostatectomy machine. This surgery has helped Rambam join the forefront of world class hospitals who offer prostate removal by means of the da Vinci system. The first patient at Rambam to undergo this surgery is a 72 year old man from Haifa; he is also the first man in Israel to be operated on by Dr. Samadi. When asked how he felt about coming to Israel to do this surgery Dr. Samadi said, "... To be able to do this is a great privilege and we're delighted to be here." Research shows that robotic prostate surgery promotes shorter hospital stays and fewer infections, eliminates the danger of hemorrhaging, and reduces the risk of post operative ***ual dysfunction. The acquisition of the $2.6 million da Vinci system was made possible by the generosity of Fred and Nader Ohebshalom, the Iranian American Jewish Federation of New York, the Wolfson Foundation, the Crown Foundation, Alan C. Mendelson, and the Technion Israel Institute of Technology. More information on Dr. Samadi's SMART surgery technique can be found at: www.smart- Toview more health-related videos by Dr. Samadi on YouTube please follow this link You can also visit Dr. Samadi's website at: To sign up for Dr. Samadi's monthly newsletter please follow this link:
ROBOTIC RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY PART I, NERVE SPARING Dr. Ali Moinzadeh, Director of Robotic Surgery at Lahey Clinic details the anatomy of robotic radical prostatectomy for prostate cancer with nerve preservation
Greenlight HPS laser prostatectomy 130 grams This is a video of a photoselective vaporization of the prostate PVP or 532 nm laser prostatectomy for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) using the Greenlight High Performance System (HPS) from Laserscope AMS, performed by Urologist Dr. Fernando Gomez Sancha at the Instituto de Cirugía Urológica Avanzada (ICUA), Madrid, Spain. drgomezsancha2
Robot-Assisted Laparoscopic Prostatectomy From Wake Forest OR-Live webcast March 26, 2008 from Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer- related death in American men. When diagnosed and treated early, it is highly curable. The Comprehensive Cancer Center at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, NC, is a National Cancer Institute-designated Prostate Cancer Center of Excellence. This offers patients access to specialty-trained urologists, radiation oncologists, medical oncologists and clinical trials to provide patients with the best treatment for their particular form of prostate cancer.
Robotic Assisted Radical Prostatectomy 2010 : VLoc Anastamosis with LapraTy Upon completion of radical prostatectomy, the surgeon needs to reconstruct the urinary system. More specifically, the urologist must reattach the open bladder neck to the urethra. This reconnection of 2 tubular structures is referred to as an anastamosis. The anastamosis is routinely performed with suture, either in a continuous or interupted manner. In the recent years, self-retaining sutures have been developed to help prevent back-slipping of suture and thus a loss of tissue tension. The novel engineering of the suture with unidirectional barbs helps maintain suture position in soft tissues. With conventional suture, there is often a loss of tension which may lead to urine leakage at the anastamosis. One of such self-retaining sutures (SRS) is called VLoc and made by Covidien. It is also unique in that it is an absorbable suture and has its own self-anchoring loop, thus eliminating the need for knot tying. We have now incorporated the VLoc suture in our robotic radical prostatectomy cases. It has helped reduce anastamosis time and facilitated the anastamosis process for our nursing team. The following video demonstrates robotic reconstruction with the VLOC suture. Since the last 2 cm are being (there are no more barbs 2cm from the needle), we use an absorbable clip (LapraTy clip) to secure tension. A 300mL water bladder test (cystogram) is always performed prior to case completion to ensure that there is absolutely no leakage. This allows our patients to have their ...
Learn About Prostate Cancer Treatment In Israel - "SMART" Technique - Robotic Surgery According to the American Cancer Society 1 in 6 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime, and 1 in 35 will die from the disease. When caught early the disease has a 95% 5-year survival rate, and new technologies such as robotic prostatectomy surgery are being used to provide survivors with an increased quality of life post-surgery. Dr. David Samadi, Vice Chair of Urology at Mt. Sinai Medical Center in NY and developer of the "SMART Surgery" technique for robotic prostatectomy has recently performed the very first SMART surgery at Rambam Hospital in Haifa, Israel. Rambam, a pioneer in liver and kidney transplants is now planning to lead the way in technologically advanced prostate removal surgeries with Dr. Samadi's help. Robotic prostate removal allows an experienced surgeon a more precise method for performing the surgery by providing a field of view unobstructed by blood as well as visual magnification. Dr. Samadi has been collaborating closely with Dr. Jack Baniel of Rabin Medical Center and Dr. Jacob Ramon of Tel Hashomer Hospital to mentor fellow colleagues in Israel on his SMART Surgery Technique. More information on Dr. Samadi's SMART surgery technique can be found at: www.smart- Toview more health-related videos by Dr. Samadi on YouTube please follow this link You can also visit Dr. Samadi's website at: To sign up for Dr. Samadi's monthly newsletter please follow this link:
NCI B-roll Robotic Prostatectomy NCI B-roll footage of a robot-assisted prostatectomy, performed by Dr. Peter Pinto at the NIH Clinical Center. The da Vinci Surgical System from Intuitive Surgical is used to remove a prostate on a prostate cancer patient. Footage includes images of the machine, as well as the surgical instruments inside the patient. There is no audio.
Robotic Surgery On Good Day New York Dr. David Samadi discusses the benefits of robotic-assisted prostate cancer surgery on Good Day New York. Also referred to as a robotic prostatectomy, the surgery treats prostate cancer by removing the prostate from the patient's body. Advancements in robotics technology have allowed for this to be done with major benefits over traditional open and laparoscopic treatment options, including shorter operation times, shorter hospital stays, minimal blood loss, and less risk to the delicate nerves around the prostate that control continence and ***ual function. Toview more health-related videos by Dr. Samadi on YouTube please follow this link: You can also visit Dr. Samadi's website at: To sign up for Dr. Samadi's monthly newsletter please follow this link: To read Dr. Samadi's blogs please follow these links:
Robotic Prostatectomy: Cornell Athermal and Advanced Robotic Technique by Ash Tewari, MD Our AUA 2006 award winning video for prostate cancer surgery. Citation Tewari AK, Schiff J, Vaughan ED, Weiss D, Leung RA, Malhotra V, Menon M, Horninger W, Peschel R, El-Hakim A, Bartsch G. "How to meet competing goals of cancer control and preservation of neurovascular structures - The Athermal Robotic Technique of Prostatectomy." Abstract #V1397. Abstract accepted for presentation at the AUA (American Urological Association) annual meeting, Atlanta, GA, May 20-25, 2006. J Urol 2006; 175 (sup 1):P451. Thecontents, such as graphics, images, text, quoted information and all other materials ("Content") are provided for reference only, do not claim to be complete or exhaustive or to be applicable to any particular individual's medical condition. Users should always consult with a qualified and licensed physician or other medical care provider. Users are warned to follow the advice of their physicians without delay regardless of anything read in this forum. The Weill Cornell Prostate Cancer Institute assumes no duty to correct or update the Content nor to resolve or clarify any inconsistent information which may be a part of the Content. Reliance on any Content is solely at the User's risk. This forum may contain health or medically related materials considered ***ually explicit. Users are warned that if they may be offended by such Content, an alternate source of information should be found. Publication of information or reference in forum to specific ...
Robotic Prostatectomy: Anastomosis using barbed suture. Dr. Ali Moinzadeh, Director of robotic surgery at Lahey Clinic, demonstrates use of novel (2010) barbed unidirectional suture, during robotic assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy.
Prostate Gland Surgery: Radical Prostatectomy This 3D medical animation shows the laparascopic removal of a cancerous prostate gland and its surrounding tissues. A prostatectomy is a surgery to remove an enlarged prostate gland due to benign prostatic hyperplasia or prostate cancer. Simple or radical prostatectomy can be done using open or laparoscopic techniques.
da Vinci® Robotic-Assisted Prostatectomy Prostate cancer, when caught early, is highly treatable and studies show the most effective treatment is surgery. To help educate patients about the most innovative surgical option available, Methodist North Hospital will present a live surgical webcast featuring a robotic prostatectomy surgery, a minimally invasive treatment for prostate cancer, Tuesday, May 13, at 2 pm Viewers can watch Ravi D. Chauhan, MD, and Robert A. Donato, MD, perform a prostatectomy and learn more about the procedure from Richard M. Pearson, MD "Robotic surgery has really revolutionized prostatectomy," said Richard Pearson, MD, a urologist and surgeon with The Conrad/Pearson Clinic. "The principles of robotic surgery are based on surgeons' experiences with open surgery so the robot-assisted movements are very natural and it is absolutely fantastic to have an extremely clear, three-dimensional image that allows you to really see the distances between anatomical structures."
Does Robotic Prostatectomy Cause More Impotence and Incontinence than Open Prostatectomy? A recent study was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association in October, 2009 that compared results for open vs. minimally invasive radical prostatectomy. The authors found that minimally invasive techniques (robotic and laparoscopic) for removing the prostate resulted in less blood loss and a shorter hospital stay but a greater incidence of impotence and incontinence. But does this study really justify those conclusions. This video critically assesses the study and provides a good take home message.
Podcast: Robot-assisted Radical Prostatectomy for... With more than 230000 men in the United States estimated to be diagnosed with prostate cancer this year, treatment options for this disease are more important now than ever. On Wednesday, December 6th, from 4 to 5 pm (CST), Marshfield Clinic physicians on staff at Saint Joseph's Hospital will demonstrate and discuss a less-invasive surgical treatment option for prostate cancer — robotic-assisted prostatectomy. The program will feature pre-taped video footage of the procedure as well as a panel discussion of this technique and the comprehensive cancer care available through the Marshfield medical campus. Expert commentary will be provided by Gregory Anderson, MD, urologist; Michael Seelen, MD,...
LAPARSCOPIC RAD PROSTATECTOMY Part 1
Robotic prostatectomy at Epworth Hospital in Melbourne Professor Tony Costello and Mr Declan Murphy demonstrate robotic-assisted laparoscopic radical prostatectomy using the da Vinci surgical system. Their team in Melbourne pioneered the use of this advanced technology in Australia, and have performed over 700 of these procedures to date.
Robotic Prostatectomy performed by Vipul Patel, MD - Nerve Sparing Dr. Vipul Patel is Medical Director of the Global Robotic Institute at Florida Hospital, and specializes in prostate and kidney robotic surgery. Dr. Patel leads one of the world's most experienced teams which is renowned for providing excellence in patient outcomes.
Robot-Assisted Radical Prostatectomy Shawnee Mission Medical Center will host its third live surgical Webcast on www.or- Thursday, November 2, at 7 PM., when urologist David Emmott, MD, performs a robot-assisted radical prostatectomy using the da Vinci™ Surgical System.
Nerve sparing open radical retropubic prostatectomy European Urology - Surgery in Motion - 2007-01 - January. Authors: Thomas M. Kessler, Fiona C. Burkhard, Urs E. Studer Institute: Department of urology, University of Bern, Switzerland
The Vattikuti Institute Prostatectomy (Robotic Prostate Surgery) for Prostate Cancer In this video, Dr. Mani Menon performs the Vattikuti Institute Prostatectomy, a procedure which uses robotic technology to assist in removal of prostate cancer. To learn more about Dr. Menon or this procedure, please visit
Robotic Surgery for Prostatectomy Dr. Fadi Joudi discusses the use of robotic surgery for treatment of prostate cancer.
Catheter-less Robotic Prostatectomy Nilesh Patil, MD, UC Health urologist and assistant professor at the UC College of Medicine, discusses a new approach to prostate cancer surgery.
MONTREAL Robotic Assisted Radical Prostatectomy- ZORN 2010- VLOC interlocked anastamosis.mpg Upon completion of radical prostatectomy, the surgeon needs to reconstruct the urinary system. More specifically, the urologist must reattach the open bladder neck to the urethra. This reconnection of 2 tubular structures is referred to as an anastamosis. The anastamosis is routinely performed with suture, either in a continuous or interupted manner. In the recent years, self-retaining sutures have been developed to help prevent back-slipping of suture and thus a loss of tissue tension. The novel engineering of the suture with unidirectional barbs helps maintain suture position in soft tissues. With conventional suture, there is often a loss of tension which may lead to urine leakage at the anastamosis. One of such self-retaining sutures (SRS) is called VLoc and made by Covidien. It is also unique in that it is an absorbable suture and has its own self-anchoring loop, thus eliminating the need for knot tying. We have now incorporated the VLoc suture in our robotic radical prostatectomy cases. It has helped reduce anastamosis time and facilitated the anastamosis process for our nursing team. The following video demonstrates robotic reconstruction with the VLOC suture. Since the last 2 cm are not being used (there are no more barbs 2cm from the needle), there is no need for knot tying to secure tension. The barbs are sufficient enough. A 300mL water bladder test (cystogram) is always performed prior to case completion to ensure that there is absolutely no leakage. This ...
Prostate Cancer Symptoms Radical Prostatectomy the-prostate-cancer- http The prostate is a small structure, size of nuts, leading to a system for the reproduction of human beings, it surrounds the urethra, the tube, with the urine from the body - there may be various problems with urination. At the start of prostate cancer is limited to the prostate itself, the majority of patients with this type of cancer live for years without problems. Recognized in its infancy, prostate cancer can be effectively treated and cured.
Radical prostatectomy surgery: What to expect www.sunnybrook.ca Dr. Robert Nam gives a breakdown of what you can expect before, after, and during radical prostatectomy surgery. Dr. Nam is head of genitourinary cancer care and an active physician at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre.
Robotic Prostatectomy, Part II Dr. Ali Moinzadeh, Director of Robotic Surgery at Lahey Clinic details the anatomic steps of robotic radical prostatectomy for prostate cancer with nerve preservation.