The Resource Robotic surgery : practical examples in gynecology, edited by Sami G. Kilic, Kubilay Ertan, M. Faruk Kose

Robotic surgery : practical examples in gynecology, edited by Sami G. Kilic, Kubilay Ertan, M. Faruk Kose

Robotic surgery : practical examples in gynecology
Robotic surgery
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practical examples in gynecology
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edited by Sami G. Kilic, Kubilay Ertan, M. Faruk Kose
The advent of robotic surgery brought a rise in the proportion of minimally invasive surgery in gynecology. This book provides a practical guide to this innovative field. First it introduces the basics of robotic surgery and then focuses on specific gynecology-related surgeries. Gynecologists currently practicing robotic surgery as well as those who would like to include robotic surgery in their practice will benefit greatly from this book
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Robotic surgery : practical examples in gynecology, edited by Sami G. Kilic, Kubilay Ertan, M. Faruk Kose
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • Preface; Acknowledgements; Index of authors; Part I: Basics; 1 Robotic gynecologic surgery -- introduction; 1.1 History; 1.2 Robotics systems; 1.3 Endoscopic surgery in gynecology; 1.4 The advantages of robotic surgery; 1.5 Limitations of robotic surgery; 1.6 Telemedicine and robotic surgery: future aspects; 1.7 Final suggestions; References; 2 Launching a successful robotic program; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Phases of a successful robotic gynecologic program; 2.2.1 Planning phase; 2.2.2 Implementation phase (learning curve or initial robotic program); 2.2.3 Evolving program
  • 2.3 Academic activities2.3.1 Education; 2.3.2 Research; 2.4 Financial analysis; 2.5 Conclusion; References; 3 Financial analysis of robotic surgery in gynecology; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Cost of robotic surgery; 3.3 Cost effectiveness of robotic surgery vs. laparoscopic and open approaches; 3.4 Coverage of robotic surgery by health systems; 3.5 How to use robotics more cost efficiently?; 3.6 Conclusion; References; 4 Training and credentialing in robotic gynecologic surgery and legal issues; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Training and credentialing; 4.2.1 Training; 4.2.2 Credentialing; 4.3 Legal issues
  • 4.3.1 Components of medical malpractice4.3.2 Insufficient training and credentialing legal issues; 4.3.3 Robotic proctors and legal issues; 4.4 Conclusion; References; 5 Patient positioning, trocar placement, and docking for robotic gynecologic procedures; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Importance of proper patient positioning and trocar placement; 5.3 Patient positioning; 5.3.1 Principles of patient positioning; 5.4 Trocar placement; 5.4.1 Peritoneal access; 5.4.2 Trocar placement; 5.5 Initial survey; 5.6 Docking; 5.6.1 Docking types; 5.7 Conclusion; References
  • 6 Role of the robotic surgical assistant6.1 The surgeon in the area of conflict between autonomy and dependency; 6.2 Tasks of the robotic surgical assistant; 6.2.1 Tasks of the robotic surgical assistant previous to the beginning of the surgical intervention; 6.2.2 Tasks of the robotic surgical assistant between beginning of the surgery and start of the console phase; 6.2.3 Tasks of the robotic surgical assistant during the console phase; 6.2.4 Tasks of the robotic surgical assistant after termination of the console phase until the skin closure
  • 6.3 Selection criteria of the robotic surgical assistant6.4 Training/education of the robotic surgical assistant; 6.4.1 Practical and virtual simulation/simulator systems; 6.4.2 Training programs -- request and reality; 6.5 Aspects of spatial arrangement and structures of communication; 6.6 Available data relating to the role of the robotic surgical assistant/existing evidence; 6.7 Conclusions; References; 7 Strategies for avoiding complications from robotic gynecologic surgery; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Patient positioning -- prevention of neurologic injuries
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