Professor Dr D.E. Chinasa Zephaniah Chukwu





In the last decade, surgical robots have literally transformed the way doctors operate and how quickly patients recover. Robotic surgery allows surgeons to be extremely accurate during complex procedures, such as cardiothoracic surgery, but only require incisions the size of a dime – even for major surgery.


In a robotic surgical procedure, three or four robotic arms are inserted into the patient through small incisions. One arm has a camera on the end, two arms act as the surgeon's hands, and a fourth may be used to move blockage out of the way..........................


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