Robotic surgery artificial intelligence for the future of medicine
Technological developments have opened the door wide for their use in surgeries, pointing to the technique of using robots, especially Da Vinci, the advanced Robotic surgery, which is the most widespread in the world, and he considered that the medical future will become for this type of surgical techniques that have begun to happen in our present time to serve medicine and mankind.
The “Da Vinci” Robotic surgery “prescription”
Robotic surgery Spread
The use of robots in conducting surgeries is done with the help of mechanical and computer technology, and this depends on technological developments using Robotic surgery systems, which enabled surgeons to perform all surgical procedures that can be performed through laparoscopy in various surgical specialities, explaining that the “Da Vinci robot” is considered a robot.
The advanced and most widespread surgeon in the world and it is operated by the surgeon, and it is equipped with four arms, one for imaging and three for surgery, and these arms have the maximum degree of freedom and better movement than the human hand.
Da Vinci’s robots specialized operations
The introduction of these arms into the patient’s cavity is through very delicate wounds, which gives the doctor better freedom of movement compared to traditional operations, pointing out that this device is licensed by the American Food and Drug Administration and from the “Medical Equipment and Devices Registration” in the Ministry of Health, It has been used worldwide in daily Robotic surgery procedures for more than 13 years.
The Da Vinci’s robots will allow sensitive and specialized operations to be performed remotely without the need for the surgeon or the patient to travel, which will contribute to the successful conduct of emergency operations, reduce the burden on patients and allow access to the best international surgeons with rare specialities, and this is one of the most important advantages available using the robot, As it is now possible for the surgeon to perform the Robotic surgery procedure while he is in another place away from the patient, pointing to the most important disadvantages of this technique which are the high cost of the robot, the tools used for it, and the high cost of periodic maintenance.
The importance of this step in the world of surgery, especially since all pre-robotic surgeries are done through traditional open surgery or laparoscopy, and that with the use of Robotic surgery, they will reduce the size of wounds in the body, and also allow access to places that cannot be Access to it in conventional surgeries, and it will increase its capabilities and raise it by several degrees in terms of extreme accuracy in performing the most complex surgeries.
Robot surgery Accuracy
He emphasized that Robotic surgery in the future in surgery, especially as the hand of the robot arm is stronger and more stable than the human hand, in addition to the image that the camera transmits to the surgeon is clear in three-dimensional accuracy and enlarged ten times, which facilitates the process of finding and treating the tumour, what Reflects on the great success of delicate surgeries, pointing out that “Da Vinci” Robotic surgery is less invasive than the regular surgery because the wounds in the abdominal wall are much smaller than the wounds in regular operation, and the healing is faster and the number of days in the hospital is much less. In addition to less bleeding and short recovery time.
Robotic surgery speciality
Dr. Yasser Saeedi is considered the first Emirati specializing in robotic surgery, he holds a Bachelor of Medicine from the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin, the British Fellowship of Surgery from the Royal College of Glasgow, and the French and European Board of Urology, and a specialist in robotic and laparoscopic surgery in France.