Robot Surgery Damaging Patients Rises With Marketing  

Jill Tucker, RN says: “The marketing machinery for robotic surgery is in top gear, and many doctors and hospitals are buying into the expensive equipment and costly procedures. But the FDA has a staff of just two to evaluate the medical devices, and the track record for injuries and deaths associated with remote surgery reveals the risks. Technology has its place in the operating room, but machines have yet to match the deft skills of a surgeon's hands or the keen and watchful eyes of a trained and experienced staff.” Robot Surgery Damaging Patients Rises With

2019-01-20T17:37:48+00:00October 7th, 2013|News|

Robot Surgery for Hysterectomy Doesn’t Give More Benefit  

Jill Tucker, RN says: “Robotic surgery is here to stay. But this recent cost-benefit study indicates that for some common operations, such as hysterectomies, conventional surgery without a robot provides the same patient results, at a much lower cost.” Robot Surgery for Hysterectomy Doesn’t Give More Benefit Bloomberg.com  February 19, 2013 

2019-01-20T17:33:44+00:00February 19th, 2013|News|
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