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
“As the surgical robotics field continues to evolve, it is essential for healthcare professionals to come together to share knowledge, discuss best practice, and work more collaboratively towards common goals.”
This International Women’s Day, our Clinical Development Engineering Lead, Uresha Patel, discusses the importance of gender diversity in Medical Advisory Boards, and the development of medical devices.
Richard Hammond, Managing Director for Planned Care of East and North Hertfordshire Trust, discusses the momentum for a nationwide approach to robotics.
We asked some of our partners how they would summarise the last few years, and what predictions they have for surgical robotics in 2023.
CEO of CMR Surgical, Per Vegard Nerseth, discusses CMR’s rapid growth and how the company is making robotic surgery more widely accessible to patients around the world.
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
Over the last year, CMR Surgical has announced some major new market milestones at CMR – including our launches into the highly advanced markets of Hong Kong and Brazil. These
To understand why versatility matters so much in surgical robotics, you first have to ask a bigger question. Why, after 30 years of laparoscopy, are 50% of patients, that could
On the 19th of April, my wonderful partner and I welcomed our beautiful daughter, Aurora, into the world. I’ve recently returned to my role as Senior Commercial Efficiency Trainer within