FIVE BENEFITS OF ROBOTIC SURGERY:  ADENA HEALTH SYSTEMS PERSPECTIVES .

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Robotic-assisted procedures offer the next level of comfort and precision. Robotic surgery, also referred to as robot-assisted surgery, lets surgeons perform all kinds of complex procedures with more flexibility, precision and control than is typically possible with traditional surgical techniques. Robotic surgery is minimally invasive and uses special equipment, including a small video camera that provides magnified, 3-D images of the surgical field through keyhole incisions.

 

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