Robotic Surgery

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Who's Using the Robot?

Study: Urology, gynecology and endocrine-related surgery have the highest proportion of robotic-assisted procedures.

Posted 09/19/17 | Post a comment

Robotic Knee Replacement

Robotic arms help surgeons prepare the bone with sub-millimeter accuracy and place the implant with spot-on precision.

Posted 07/25/17 | Dan O'Connor, Editor-in-Chief | Post a comment

Robotic Benefits Without the Robot

Handheld instruments that provide robot-like functionality.

Posted 05/08/17 | Outpatient Surgery Editors | Post a comment

Ready for Autonomous Surgical Robots?

Q&A with Peter C. Kim, MD, surgical innovator and developer of robotic surgery's next big thing.

Posted 03/23/17 | Post a comment

Don't Fear the Robot

A once-skeptical surgeon is now a solid supporter of using robotic arms to perform complex abdominal procedures.

Posted 03/23/17 | Jeremy Heffner, MD | Post a comment

The Promise of Robotic Joint Replacements

Precise cuts and implant placement could transform partial knees and total hips.

Posted 03/23/17 | Kendal Gapinski, Contributing Editor | Post a comment

Orthopedic Robots Pay for Themselves

Outpatient joint replacement business is booming thanks to new opportunities and better outcomes.

Posted 12/29/16 | Joseph Nessler, MD | Post a comment

Is Robotic-Assisted Joint Replacement For You?

The technology produces better outcomes and could send patients flocking to your center.

Posted 07/22/16 | Joseph Nessler, MD | Post a comment

Putting Surgeons in Touch With Minimally Invasive Surgery

Q&A with Allison Okamura, PhD, mechanical engineer and robotics researcher.

Posted 04/01/16 | Outpatient Surgery Editors | Post a comment

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