Da Vinci Robotic Surgery

In traditional surgery, there is a video screen that must be referenced while performing surgery and causes the surgeon to look away from his or her hands and perform the surgery by subsequent viewing. This is avoided with the use of Da Vinci Robotic Surgery.

Da Vinci Robotic Surgery is handled by a console with four interactive robot arms which are controlled by the console, and the surgeon may remain seated and stable, aligned with the instruments. To move the robotic arms, the surgeon must only move his or her arms.