Instead of making a large incision, a 1cm hole is created to insert the robotic instrument. The operation proceeds with the surgeon sitting down inside the surgeon console where he/she is provided with a magnified view of the organs in 3D images.
The da Vinci® Surgical System is the first robotic surgical system to receive FDA approval, and more than 3,600 units have been installed worldwide.
This is the place where the doctor controls and moves the robot, which is similar to that of a human arm, to perform surgery with high precision.
It can be moved to the required position for each surgery through the wheels mounted on the floor, and the robot arm can rotate around the axis of rotation, allowing access in various directions, enabling various types of surgery. It is equipped with a camera and instruments that move under the control of the operating surgeon.
It connects the components of the robotic surgical instrument and provides the latest 3D HD high-definition screen.