Versius for Thoracic Surgeons

Think laparoscopically. Operate robotically.
What is Versius?

Versius was designed to enable more patients around the world to have access to the highest quality of surgical care.

This means giving thoracic surgeons an enhanced tool complete with 3D visualisation and small fully wristed instruments that can work precisely in the thoracic cavity, including in hard-to-reach areas.

“The thoracic surgeons have been waiting for quite a long time for a suitable system for robotic surgery… a system which makes it possible to work together with the thoracic surgeon in the stiff rib cage and the inner side and that is something that is quite difficult…”

We are happy because it was easy for us to learn the system… and to acquire all the skills we need.”

Sven Seifert, Chief Physician of the Clinic for Thoracic, Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, Klinikum Chemnitz

360° Versius wedge resection at Klinikum Chemnitz

First-hand clinical experience with Versius in thoracics


Isabelle Jorion, Operating Room Nurse, Argenteuil Hospital, France


Dr Patrick Bagan, Head of the Department of Thoracic and Vascular Surgery, Argenteuil Hospital, France

Dr. Shailesh Puntambekar, Thoracics Surgeon, Galaxy Care
Dr. Sven Seifert. Head Physician of the Department of Thoracic, Vascular and Endovascular Surgery. Klinikum Chemnitz, Germany

Versius robotic assisted thoracic surgery

Wedge resection with Versius – S. Seifert

Versius robotic assisted thoracic surgery


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

Evolving robotic surgery training and improving patient safety, with the integration of novel technologies

I‑Hsuan Alan Chen, Ahmed Ghazi, Ashwin Sridhar, Danail Stoyanov, Mark Slack, John D. Kelly, Justin W. Collins

Utilising an Accelerated Delphi Process to Develop Guidance and Protocols for Telepresence Applications in Remote Robotic Surgery Training

Justin W.Collins, Ahmed Ghazi, Danail Stoyanov, Andrew Hunge, Mark Coleman, Tom Cecil, Anders Ericsson, Mehran Anvari, Yulun Wang, Yanick Beaulieu, Nadine Haram, Ashwin Sridhar, Jacques Marescaux, Michele Diana, Hani J. Marcus, Jeffrey Levy, Prokar Dasgupta, Dimitrios Stefanidis, Martin Martino, Richard Feins, Vipul Patel, Mark Slack, Richard M. Satava, John D. Kelly

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