Recent Advances in Robotic Bariatric Surgery

Published on 30 Jul 2015
Vice Chair, Dept. of Surgery at Duke University, Dr. Ranjan Sudan shares the benefits of using robotic surgery for his bariatric patients and some of his accomplishments. He cites several different procedures, showing diagrams for each, and explains the usefulness of the robotic procedures. “…It helps you dissect better, it helps you do the operation more safely,” Sudan says of difficult abdominal surgeries. Lecture with PPT’s and photos. 24:59 See more at:
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