How Robotic Surgery is Revolutionising the Operating Room: A Look Inside Milton Keynes University Hospital

“My hopes and expectations of the robotic-assisted surgery programme is to see the number of specialties and the range of procedures expand, so that more patients can benefit from this technology, and ultimately to see this become mainstream across the NHS because we know the clinical outcomes are really good for patients.” – Professor Joe … Read more

Surgeon using Versius

Standardising excellence in robotic surgery – this time it’s personal

In surgical robotics, training has traditionally followed a volume-based approach, with surgeons needing to spend a certain number of hours learning new skills. A fresh approach, focused on collecting data and personalised learning curves is leading to a smarter, faster, more personal pathway to proficiency – and helping to standardise care for patients. How evolving … Read more

The pioneer laparoscopic surgeon from Delhi

It is no exaggeration to claim that Prof Pradeep Chowbey is a surgical pioneer. He championed minimal access surgery (MAS) when his colleagues were not convinced. He has been Surgeon to five Indian Presidents, the Indian Armed Forces and has even operated on His Holiness The Dalai Lama. Prof Chowbey spoke to us about his … Read more

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