Da Vinci Robotic-Assisted Surgery is a minimally invasive robotic human to machine interface that allows surgeons to preform delicate operations that has been proven to provide improved surgical outcomes. The Da Vinci uses an advanced set of instruments and a 3D high definition view of the surgical area. Patience who had their procedure with Da Vinci may experience fewer complications compared to traditional surgical methods.
Cardiac operations preformed using Da Vinci are now done using minimally invasive approaches as opposed to having open heart surgery. Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery and Mitral Valve Repair are done as well. Many other minimally invasive surgeries can now be performed including stomach, pancreas, liver, gallbladder, intestine, Gynecology, Head & Neck, Thoracic and Urology, including the kidneys.
Why this matter. Imagine the synergy between creating biologically engineered stem cells and using the Da Vinci to directly apply modified cells onto specific sites within the body. Surgeons will be able to target all the above organs including the brain and attach by injection or suture entire biological and technological systems into place. This is not some future fantasy, but medical reality. My next article will be about Neuralink and the mind-blowing upgrades that are coming our way in the very near future.