A novel soft robotic device designed to fit around the ascending aorta promises to enable high-fidelity simulation of the hemodynamics and biomechanics of aortic stenosis and congenital valve disease.
New Vice Chair of Innovation and Technology Dr. Matthew Kroh talks about device development, robotics, artificial intelligence and nurturing a culture of innovation
Operator safety has been a driving force behind the development of robotic technology for cath lab procedures, but likely patient benefits appear to be emerging as well. We share our early insights.
Robotic assistance has significantly shaped thoracic surgery and outcomes. We survey emerging applications and advice for integrating robotics into practice.
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Robotic RPP offers a variety of advantages for surgeon and patient, especially more direct access to the prostate. It’s gaining traction in the U.S. and has now debuted in Europe.
If we’ve been doing it for three decades, it must be good? Cleveland Clinic Florida Colorectal Chairman Steven Wexner, MD, provides his take in our “Viewpoints” series.
As volume-based experience continues to yield outcome dividends for patients needing esophagectomy, thoracic surgeons are increasingly turning to robotics to minimize the procedure’s invasiveness.