Miami World Congress of Robotic Surgery Group

Miami World Congress of Robotic Surgery Group

This Saturday, more than 60 of the best robotic surgeons will attend Vattikuti Foundation’s Robotic Surgery Symposium: Humans in the Latest Model of Robotic Surgery

MiamiAnd the November 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ – More than sixty of the world’s best robotic surgeons will gather Miami For the symposium “Humans at the Forefront of Robotic Surgery” on 19 November. sponsored by Vattikuti FoundationThe full-day program will include sessions for surgeons in orthopedics (joint repair/replacement), gastroenterology, gynecology, urology, thoracic surgery, and head and neck surgery.

“While the surgical robot uses technology to drastically improve patient outcomes, surgeons are the ones who are constantly innovating to create procedures with better patient outcomes. It is precisely for this reason that the symposium offers an opportunity to learn from outstanding robotic surgeons, we call it: Mahindra Bhandari, CEO of the Vattikuti Foundation. “Attendees are encouraged to network and learn from their peers in an effort to continue on this path of progress.”

Vattikuti Foundation has received innovative submissions from 20 countries, with robotic surgeons from IndiaAnd the GreeceAnd the ItaliaAnd the France, and the United States that will display their work. Seminar sessions will examine topics ranging from “How Surgical Precision Improves Patient Outcomes” to “What’s New in Robotic Kidney Transplant?”

Twenty world-renowned robotic surgeons will conduct sessions such as:

  • Mani MenonMD and Peter WeklundMD from Mount Sinai Hospital, New York
  • Alex Motrie MD, Ph.D OLV Hospital, Aalst, BelgiumCEO of ORSI Academy, Melle, Belgium;
  • Pier Cristoforo GiulianottiMD, FACS, University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Emre GorgonMD, FACS, FASCRS from Cleveland Clinic
  • James or PeabodyMD, from Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Michigan
  • Arnold b. AdvinculaMD, FACOG, FACS from Columbia University Irving Medical Center
  • Inderbir Singh Gil MD from USC Urology Institute
  • Alessandro VolpiMD Maggiore della Carità Hospital, Novara, Italia.

At an evening gala, the Vattikuti Foundation will award Robotic Surgery Innovation Awards for the “Best Robotic Surgery Paper” and the 2022 International Robotic Surgery Innovation Awards.

Previously, he focused on robotic surgery in IndiaThis is the first international iteration of the KS Robotic Surgery Innovation Awards, which have been run by the Vattikuti Foundation for seven years. The third prize goes to a team of specialists from among them Alberto PianaAnd the Paolo FerriAnd the Alberto Breda Urological Oncology Unit and Renal Transplant Surgical Team Urology Department of Fundació Puigvert in Barcelona, ​​Spain To submit a video: 3D-guided augmented reality for a robot-assisted kidney transplant.

The first award is given to Jihad Kaouk, MD FACS FRCS, Professor of Surgery Zagarac Pollock Chair in Robotic Surgery, Director of the Center for Robotic Surgery and Image Guidance, Vice President of Institutional Surgical Operations, Cleveland Clinic To apply: Robot-assisted single-port extraperitoneal kidney transplantation. In this innovation, Dr. Kaouk and his team have modified the robotic kidney transplant technology developed at Vattikuti Urology Institute and Medanta Medicity. Your bottom used a single-port da Vinci robot for truly minimally invasive surgery.

The Vattikuti Foundation has supported robotic surgery research, training, scholarships, and fellowships. Over 100 young surgeons have obtained one-year fellowships with some of the best robotic surgeons in the world. Many of these Vattikuti Fellows have gone on to lead programs in hospitals around the world.

After the seminar concludes, the session videos will join nearly 900 robotic surgery videos on Fatikoti Enterprise website. This virtual procedure library is an educational resource for robotic surgeons and the public seeking to learn more about minimally invasive robotic surgery.

About Vattikuti Foundation
The Vattikuti Foundation is a non-profit organization founded by Raj and Padma Vatikote In 1997. The achievements of the Vaticoti Foundation stem from the Indian-born Raj Vatikuti who immigrated to Detroit, Michigan to develop his education. Establishing his home in United StateVattikuti’s innovative spirit and tireless work ethic have shaped thriving international business ventures in the IT industry. Raj, a businessman and philanthropist equal, along with his devoted wife Padma, committed to sharing their fortune to improve the health and well-being of others. Together they created the Vattikuti Foundation (VF) in the Southeast MichiganWhere their business success began. surrounding communities in Detroit They were the first to receive the benefits of their meaningful gifts. However, Vattikutis have not forgotten their roots India They made high-impact intentional gifts in their country of origin. Today, the Vattikuti Foundation is spread around the world, enhancing the lives of countless individuals by facilitating medical and surgical advances, education, humanitarian relief and social empowerment initiatives.

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