This is a fascinating conference of robotics surgery. Surgeons from around the world, who are offering robotic operations, come together to discuss their experience and outcomes. Personally, I have not undertaken robotic operations because it requires at least 5 incisions. Currently, I am able to complete the same operations through a single small incision at the belly button and therefore, robotic surgery is not beneficial over single incision laparoscopic operations. However, my interest with robotics arose with regard to converting my non-laparoscopic maximally invasive procedures to robotics (e.g., for pancreatic resections). I was invited to present the single incision laparoscopic approach at this conference. Next year, I hope that with further technological development, I would be able to offer patients single incision robotic operations.
Dr. Sharona Ross named Patient Preferred Surgeon by the Patient Preferred Physicians and PractitionersCongratulations to Dr. Sharona Ross, who was named a Patient Preferred Surgeon for her dedication and excellence in patient care by the Patient Preferred Physicians and Practitioners.
Minimally Invasive Surgery Multisociety Advanced Skills Training In Emergency Surgery (MASTERS) CourseOn January 14, the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma (EAST) organized a day-long course that focused on providing expertise and insight on the rapidly developing application of robotics...
Dr. Sharona B. Ross, MD, FACS Is Meritoriously Named A ‘Patient Preferred Surgeon’ Representing The State Of Florida For 2020For her dedication and excellence in patient care, Patient Preferred Physicians and Practitioners proudly named Dr. Sharona B. Ross, MD, FACS, a Patient Preferred Surgeon for upper gastrointestinal...