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First Time In TheWorld, Heart Surgery By a Robot
LONDON - A British pensioner, became the world's first patient successfully underwent heart surgery using a robotic hand that is controlled remotely.
The patient, Kenneth Crocker, underwent heart surgery at Glenfield Hospital, Leicestershire, England. Robot hand with three feet high was slowly pressing a thin surgical tube into the body Crocker. Meanwhile in another room, the surgeon Andre Ng moving robot by remote control, perform surgery on Crocker.
Reported by the Daily Mail, Thursday (29/04/2010), this kind of surgery procedure, normally performed on the patient's physician directly by hand.
With this method, patients who underwent surgery, risk of exposure to radiation from X-ray beam 250 in the higher levels. Because the beam is used to monitor parts of the body operated on up to eight hours.
With the help of robots, Crocker operation can be completed in just over an hour. The doctors who handle claims Crocker, this is the world's first operating procedure, performed by the robot.
Crocker, aged 70, has four years experience of heart disease. According to Crocker, he was very pleased with the variety of new experiences and always wanted to be the first to experience it.
"I am very pleased to be told to undergo this operation. It's like a miracle that occurred first in the world," said Crocker.
While Dr Ng said, this kind of operation can be used to handle approximately 50,000 Britons who suffer from heart disease.
"In addition, surgery usually causes the patient exposed to radiation X-ray beam longer and full of risk due to touch the patient directly. With the robotic hand, I can perform the same operation from the control room a comfortable and safe," he said. (rah)
Robotic Surgery By Rachmatunnisa article - Okezone ( Thursday, April 29, 2010 15:45 pm )
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