Robotic-assisted minimally invasive transhiatal esophagectomy

Am Surg, 2003 Jul;69(7):624-6Autores: Horgan, S.; Berger, R.A.; Elli, E.F.; Espat, N.J.Department of Surgery, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 60612, USA Abstract: Minimally invasive surgery has been increasing in its adaptability to a wide range of procedures. Initially used in general surgery for cholecystectomy its use has now expanded to include Nissen fundoplications,…

Robotics in general surgery: personal experience in a large community hospital

Arch Surg, 2003 Jul;138(7):777-84Autores: Giulianotti, P.C.; Coratti, A.; Angelini, M.; Sbrana, F.; Cecconi, S.; Balestracci, T.; Caravaglios, G.Department of General Surgery, Misericordia Hospital, Grosseto, Italy Abstract: HYPOTHESIS: Robotic technology is the most advanced development of minimally invasive surgery, but there are still some unresolved issues concerning its use in a clinical setting. DESIGN: The study…

Frisbie Memorial Hospital. Ambulatory Surgery Center. Rochester, NH

Número de Pg.: 2
Categoría de Proyecto: Nueva Construcción y Remodelación – Renovación
Culminado: Diciembre 2000
Firma: Lavallee/Brensinger Architects.
Capacidad: 22 Camas de espera y recuperación
Área construida: 14.783,40 M2
Área de terreno: No disponible.
Costo total: 1.830.000 Dólares