Latest 4th generation robotic surgery ‘Da Vinci Xi’
The latest 4th generation robotic surgery ‘Da Vinci Xi’ can conduct surgery in broader regions without relocating the robot, as the angle of the robot’s four arms was widened from 149 degrees to 177 degrees. The length of its arm was extended by 5 cm and the thickness was about 6mm slimmer than the current one, which enables robotic surgery for more complicated and deeper regions of the body where minimal incision is difficult to be conducted. The duration of surgery was also shortened, and a camera installed behind the endoscopic lens can obtain ultra high resolution 3D video information that is similar to real objects.
It leaves fewer scars with less blood and a faster recovery than the current laparoscopes and laparotomies, and it conducts a precise and delicate surgery without damaging blood vessels or nerves as it has no fine vibrations. It can be conducted for various sections such as surgical sections like stomach cancer, colorectal cancer, rectal cancer, gallbladder disease, thyroid cancer, head and neck cancer, urological sections like prostate cancer, bladder cancer, kidney cancer, ureteral cancer, adrenal cancer, and obstetrics and gynecology sections like uterine cervical cancer, myoma uteri, endometrial cancer, and ovarian tumors.