Commitment to research

We set out to transform surgery. We are serious about both our mission and to delivering an evidence-based approach to surgical robotics.
Please find below examples of our ongoing commitment to research.

Feeling the strain: The physical and mental impact of performing surgery

Highlighting the impact laparoscopic surgery is having on our surgeons

Outcomes from the Versius Robotic Assisted Surgery Programme at Milton Keynes University Hospital

MKUH have reported major impacts on recovery timelines, patient outcomes and surgical staff wellbeing since introducing Versius — including a 450 annual bed day saving.

Journal Articles

The burden of performing minimal access surgery: ergonomics survey results from 462 surgeons across Germany, the UK and the USA
Initiation and feasibility of a multi-specialty minimally invasive surgical programme using a novel robotic system: A case Study
Assessment of the training program for Versius, a new innovative robotic system for use in minimal access surgery
Experiences of a “COVID protected” robotic surgical centre for colorectal and urological cancer in the COVID-19 pandemic
Implementation of the Versius robotic surgical system for colorectal cancer surgery: first clinical experience
Major colorectal resection is feasible using a new robotic surgical platform: the first report of a case series
Interim safety analysis of the first-in-human clinical trial of Versius
Usability assessment of Versius, a new robot-assisted surgical device for use in minimal access surgery
Preclinical evaluation of the Versius surgical system, a new robot-assisted surgical device for use in minimal access general and colorectal procedures
Preclinical evaluation of a new robot-assisted surgical system for use in gynecology minimal access surgery
Preclinical Evaluation of the Versius Surgical System, a New Robot-assisted Surgical Device for Use in Minimal Access Renal and Prostate Surgery
Assessment of the Versius surgical robotic system for dual-field synchronous transanal total mesorectal excision (taTME) in a preclinical model: will tomorrow’s surgical robots promise newfound options?
Using end-user feedback to optimize the design of the Versius Surgical System, a new robot-assisted device for use in minimal access surgery


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