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Robotic Colon and Rectal Surgery

Principles and Practice
Vincent Obias(Herausgeber*in)
Springer (Verlag)
Erschienen am 27. Januar 2017
X, 322 Seiten
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The initial chapters discuss the start of minimally invasive surgery and robotics. Subsequent chapters address starting up a robotics program and incorporating robotics into ones practice. The textbook next centers on specific robotic techniques or robotic management of certain disease processes. These chapters are written by experts in the fields and include multiple tables, illustrations, and videos describing the techniques where applicable. Each chapter also discusses the current literature. The final chapters focus on the future of robotics, cost of robotics, and include other possible future platforms and as well as the new FDA approved Xi and SP Intuitive surgical platforms. Robotic Colon and Rectal Surgery: Principles and Practice presents the first in-depth, cohesive and comprehensive approach to all aspects of robotic colorectal surgery.
"This comprehensive book covers not only standard robotic surgery for colon and rectal conditions, but also the da Vinci Xi platform, hybrid techniques, and transanal robotic surgery. . written for colorectal surgeons on all phases of the learning curve, both in training and learning in practice. . I am especially happy to have this book on my shelf. It fills the gap between the standard techniques of the past and the new technology, which is usually available only in journals." (Shauna Lorenzo-Rivero, Doody's Book Reviews, May, 2017)

1st ed. 2017
Springer International Publishing
108 farbige Abbildungen, 10 s/w Abbildungen, 107 farbige Tabellen
X, 322 p. 118 illus., 108 illus. in color.
Dateigröße: 11,20 MB
978-3-319-43256-4 (9783319432564)
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Vincent J. Obias The George Washington Medical Faculty Associates Assistant Professor of Surgery Chief Division Colon and Rectal Surgery Vincent J. Obias, MD is board-certified in general surgery and colon & rectal surgery. He specializes in laparoscopic and robotic colon & rectal surgery for neoplastic and benign disease, trans anal endoscopic microsurgery, inflammatory bowel disease including Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, as well as constipation and functional anorectal disorders. Dr. Obias has written articles on a variety of subjects including rectal cancer, post-operative recovery, trauma-critical care, and transplant surgery. He has presented papers at the Minimally Invasive Robotics Association national conference (MIRA), the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons national conference, the Surgical Infection Society joint meeting in Europe, the Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons, and the American College of Surgeons. Dr. Obias completed a subspecialty residency in Colon & Rectal Surgery at The Cleveland Clinic and a fellowship in Advanced Laparoscopic Colon and Rectal Surgery at University Hospitals Case Medical Center. He performed his internship and General Surgery residency at Eastern Virginia Medical School. He completed a master in Physiology and earned his medical degree at the Medical College of Virginia. Dr. Obias earned his Bachelor's in Biology at James Madison University. Dr. Obias is a US News & World Report 'Top Doctor' and was determined to be in the top 10% in his region in colon & rectal surgery! He is also a Washingtonian Top Doc list and Castle Connolly Top Doc.

Table of Contents

1a) Foreword

1b) Dedication

1) Introduction: The Evolution of Minimally Invasive Surgery

a. Jeremy L. Holzmacher, M.D

b. Samir Agarwal, M.D.

2) The Learning Curve of Robotic Assisted Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery and How to Start Applying Robotic Technology in Colorectal Surgery

a. M. Nicole Lamb, M.D.

b. Ovunc Bardakcioglu, M.D., FACS, FASCRS

3) Training and Credentialing in Robotics

a. Ryan Broderick

b. Simone Langness

c. Sonia Ramamoorthy, MD

4) Robotic Right Hemicolectomy

a. Henry J. Lujan, MD, FACS, FASCRS

b. Brian X. Rivera, MD

c. Diego Holguin, MD

5) Robotic Abdominoperineal Resection

a. Grace S. Hwang, MD

b. John Gahagan, MD

c. Alessioo Pigazzi, MD, PhD

6) Robotic Low Anterior Resection of Rectal Cancer

a. Se-Jin Baek, MD

b. Seon-Hahn Kim, MD

7) Robotic Total Colectomy

a. Cesar Santiago, MD

b. Sean Satey, MD

8) Robotic Assisted Transanal Microscopic Surgery

a. Borja Villanueva Figueredo, MD

b. Federico Perez Quirante, MD

c. Carlos Martinez Parra, MD

d. Jorge A. Lagares-Garcia, MD, FACS, FASCRS

e. Anthony Firilas, MD

9) Surgical Immunofluorescence and Firefly Technology in Colon and Rectal Surgery

a. Elizabeth R. Raskin, MD

10) Surgery on Obese Patients

a. Eduardo Parra Davila, MD, FACS, FASCRS

b. Carlos Hartmann Otero, MD, FACS

11) Robotics and Pelvic Floor

a. Nell Maloney-Patel, MD

b. Juana Hutchinson-Colas

12) Inflammatory Bowel Disease

a. Craig Rezac, MD

b. Michelle DeLeon, MD

13) Ergonomics in Robotic Colorectal Surgery

a. John G. Armstrong, MD

b. John C. Byrn, MD

14) Nerve Preservation in Robotic Rectal Surgery

a. Fabrizio Luca, MD

b. Manuela Valvo, MD

15) Completed and Ongoing Trials in Robotic Colorectal Surgery

a. Robert K Cleary, MD

16) Robotic Costs

a. Deborah S Keller, MD

b. Eric M Haas, MD

17) The Robotic-Assisted Treatment of Endometriosis: A Colorectal Surgical Perspective

a. Maria Victoria Vargas, MD

b. Gaby Moawad, MD

c. Vincent Obias, MD

d. Madiha Aziz, MD

18) Anesthesia in Robotic Colon and Rectal Surgery

a. Christopher Schroff, MD

b. Jason Sankar, MD

19) Single-Incision Robotic Colon Resection (SIRC)

a. Yenyi Juo, MD

b. Vincent Obias, MD

20) Reducing Conversions in Robotic Surgery

a. Matthew Skancke, MD

b. Vincent Obias, MD

21) Current and Future Platforms for Robotic Colorectal Surgery

a. Jeffrey N. Harr, MD, MPH

b. Deborah Nagle, MD

22) Closing Acknowledgments

a. Vincent Obias, MD

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