8.17.2005

 

Robotic Weight-Loss Surgery Passes Test

Robotic Weight-Loss Surgery Passes Test: "Using robotic arms to perform gastric bypass surgery may be the future of this increasingly popular weight-loss procedure, researchers report.

Dramatic weight loss with gastric bypass is achieved by reducing the size of the stomach, and is usually done by a minimally invasive procedure called a laparoscopic Roux-en-Y procedure.

However, this procedure is considered one of the more difficult laparoscopic procedures, the researchers noted, and usually requires 75 to 100 operations before even experienced surgeons achieve the highest level of proficiency."

Comments:
This is good for robotic surgery, but as far as weight-loss, I would imagine recent developments like this are more important.
 
I skim a lot of blogs, and so far yours is in the Top 3 of my list of favorites. I'm going to dive in and try my hand at it, so wish me luck.

It'll be in a totally different area than yours (mine is about weightloss) I know, it sounds strange, but it's like anything, once you learn more about it, it's pretty cool. It's mostly about weightloss related articles and subjects.
 
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robotic surgery is the future.

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Thanx.
 
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