“The art of healing”, the first webdocumentaire in robotic surgery
Discover the robotic surgery and the robot “Da Vinci” with “The art of healing” web documentary, carried out by the clinic General-Beaulieu, location of surgery in Switzerland. “”.
Among the most important and recent medical developments the robotic surgery is probably one of the most notable. It’s a practice that combines technology and operational experience. The machine and human beings are cooperating for results and the obvious benefits for surgical patients: reduction in the number and the size of the scars, shortest convalescence…
More than 10 years after the first interventions in the United States (operations with the “Da Vinci” robotic prostate cancer), Clinique Générale-Beaulieu is a Swiss clinics lthey are more active in robotic surgery. After the acquisition of the robot in 2003, celebrated the thousandth robot Da Vinci on May 3 in operation within its walls.
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“On this occasion and for the first time on the Internet, the clinique Générale Beaulieu chose to provide to Internet users, professionals and individuals, a dive in the heart of the world of robotic surgery, with a web-documental” the art of healing ” , with image and strategy teams.”.
Five professionals in medicine, surgeons and instrumentalist, robotic operations detail in urology, gynecologic and gastrointestinal surgery. Against them, three of the patients operated the clinique Générale Beaulieu, tell their story, from the diagnosis of recovery.
About Clinique Générale-Beaulieu:
Clinique Générale-Beaulieu was founded in August 1899. Multidisciplinary clinic, has more than 400 employees, 135 beds and 600 medical staff. Composed of six units of attention, seven operating theatres and a centre of resuscitation, the clinic also has six specialized centres of international renown.
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