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What type of specialist should I look for to have fibrous remove robotic surgical or are there any listed here that I may talk with. Thank you?
Fibroids: I think that fibroids is what you're talking. They are little muscular tumors in the wall of a woman's uterus. They can be removed by a surgeon or GYN surgeon or they may opt for removal of the uterus all together. Just ask the surgeons in your area if they use surgical robots. Personally, I would be more concerned about a surgeon's reputation than his robot. Good luck :) ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Local anesthetic is administered to numb the toe, then a nail splitter is used to cut a portion of the nail. The nail section is removed and then a chemical applied to cauterized the tissue. This will stop the nail from growing back. An antiseptic and ...Read more
DaVinci robot: Davinci robotic surgery is really just a surgeon using extremely technologically advanced surgical equipment. The "robot" doesn't really do surgery, it simply acts as our hands inside the patient. It does allow us to do procedures more easily then without the robot. There are some great you tube videos of how the robot looks and works. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Assisted laparoscopy: Da vinci robotic surgery is laparoscopic surgery with the assistance of a robot. The robot consists of robotic arms with laparoscopic instruments which are used to do laparoscopic surgery in areas that are difficult to access in the abdomen. The console allows for 3d hd visualization and allows the surgeon to control the surgical instruments using their fingertips. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
I am going to have robotic prostatectomy surgery and I am a big baby when it comes to pain. How much pain is there after this surgery?
Pain: Your pain will be controlled with pain meds. ...Read more
Discuss with surgeon: Recovery of urine control after prostate removal depends on many factors. The age of the patient, degree of urinary symptoms before surgery and experience of the surgeon (using the robot) are likely the most significant. A healthy guy operated on by an experienced robotic surgeon has 90% chance of being dry, usually taking 3-12 months. Kegels, physical therapy can be very helpful. ...Read more
Robotics: Similar to the risks of any surgery ...Read more
See details: After you have recovered completely, you should be able to wear one. ...Read more
During the robotic prostatectomy surgery, do they put the Foley catheter in before or during the surgery?
Here are some ....: Insert one before the procedure to assist visualizing and "feeling" the urethra for transecting the urethra during the procedure. After that, the first one is removed and replaced with another one to assist connecting urethra to bladder neck and for postoperative care, just like open prostatectomy. At times, the same one can be used as long as it is not cut or damaged. For detail, ask Doc. ...Read more
Having adhesions removal via robotic surgery tomorrow. Was told to prep with 1 bottle of magcit or pills. What's the correct dose for capsules?
Ask your doctor: Different doctors use different pre-procedure protocols for clearing your bowels. I would contact your doctor's office and ask. Good luck! ...Read more
After prostate remove surgery by robot in jan.All done supplemental radiation june 24th. 50 years old in sept, what kind of exercise is best 268#5'8"?
Smaller incision: Robotic surgery in general allows for smaller incisions and so called "minimally invasive surgery". It might also be useful in patients with contraindications to traditional surgery (i.e. Previous bypass surgery) or who require unusual incisions. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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