Versius. The robot for Colorectal surgeons

Our surgical robot was designed to make it easy for you to start using Versius in your colorectal practice

Hear why I chose Versius

Barrie Keeler
Milton Keynes University Hospital
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Small & modular

Small & modular

The small and modular design of Versius, means you can place your ports exactly where you want them, enabling you to transition from manual laparoscopy to surgical robotics more quickly. Setup can easily be adjusted to suit the procedure or the patient’s anatomy.

Small, fully-wristed instruments

Stable 3D HD vision and small, fully-wristed instruments provide a wider field of vision, so colorectal surgeons can easily access confined areas such as low in the pelvis, while suturing can be done with a more natural movement compared to manual laparoscopy, allowing suturing in more complex procedures.
Small, fully-wristed instruments
Versius in an operating room

Collaborative robotics

Versius allows easy access for the surgical team at the bedside, enabling the use of staplers, advanced energy devices and clipping devices, while the surgeon can easily communicate with the team due to the open console.

360° Versius LAR at Klinikum Chemnitz

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Initiation and feasibility of a multi-specialty minimally invasive surgical

Frances Dixon a,*, Achal Khanna b, Parveen Vitish-Sharma a, Nidhi Shandil Singh c, Kailash Nakade c, Anjana Singh a, Adnan Qureshi b, Richard O’Hara a, Barrie D. Keeler a,d

Experiences of a “COVID protected” robotic surgical centre for colorectal and urological cancer in the COVID-19 pandemic

Jeremy R. Huddy, Matthew Crockett, A Shiyam Nizar, Ralph Smith, Manar Malki, Neil Barber & Henry S. Tilney

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