this Time to climb on the stage in the Santa Maria delle Grazie, Pozzuoli, and the Pascale. In the first are already nineteen patients undergoing delicate surgeries from the two teams, Urology and Surgery, using the Da Vinci Xi, the most advanced in the world, joined in activities at the Santa Maria delle Grazie, on the 24th of June. And it is by now so familiar with this agile "help" the surgeon from the arms hinged and the hands are always the most "sensitive" has become the testimonial of the skill of its operators. The Pascale instead, the last marathon dates back to a week ago when they were carried out six actions in a row, from 9 to 18.45. Nine and three quarter hours in the operating room, without a moment of respite and a single surgical team. A record with 60 interventions of robotic, ago attest to the polo oncologico neapolitan a leader in the operations minimally invasive. At the finish it was the staff of Urology, coordinated by Sisto Perdonà for removal of three tumors of the prostate, and three of the kidney. Today, the national cancer Institute of Naples is the only public house in the Centre of the South as having two da Vinci robot.
"it Is a matter of extreme interest begins proud the director-general Attilio Bianchi - the result of a planning and organization shared, which comes from far away: 1+1=3, in the constant search for synergies at every level, is now our reference model. And #iomicuroalsud is not only a hasthag ".
But, as you said, advanced technology is no longer just the preserve of the capital. The Da Vinci of Pozzuoli is the latest generation and it has cost about two million euros. The whole of the financing was covered by funds from the ministry dedicated to the structural and from funds dedicated to the activities for the Land of Fires. Robotics, indeed, finds particular use in oncological surgery. To illustrate the benefits that it will have the patients the Asl Naples 2 North, directed by Antonio D'amore has made a video presentation published on social channels and on the website of the Company. Said Antonio d'amore, general director of the ASL Napoli 2 Nord: "The interval of time elapsed from the arrival of the robot at the first operation carried out was of just ten days. Typically, it takes months for installation, testing, tests, staff training and organization. It is a project around which you are developing a great deal of enthusiasm".
The Da Vinci of Pozzuoli has been used for a first intervention during an operative session in the Urology department led by John Di Lauro. Then, the privilege of manoeuver is touched to the surgeons directed by Felice Pirozzi which he used for an operation on the colon. The robot operative of Pozzuoli is the only one installed at a hospital in campania, not neapolitan; the other five are at the Cardarelli, the Monaldi, the Pascale and the Hospital of the Sea. "Three years ago, when I arrived, the idea of introducing robotic surgery in Pozzuoli seemed an unimaginable challenge. Today it is a reality, thanks to three years of continuous work conducted by doctors, engineers and administrative. And it is also a recognition to the quality of their work". Robotic surgery, while being essential for various actions, is not yet applicable in all disciplines and for any protocol. In short, for now, of the man and of his technical skill there is still a need.
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