Robot arms to help perform cancer operations in Wales

3/14/2022 12:00:00 PM
Robot arms to help perform cancer operations in Wales

Robot arms to help perform cancer operations in Wales

Robot arms to help perform cancer operations in Wales

The technology will help doctors do complex surgery while letting them retain control.

Image source,Consultant urologist Mohamed Abdulmajed at the controls of the surgical robot, which is operating in the background behind him"We can be sure of a high level of accuracy, and avoid the nerves which control a man's sexual function, and reduce the risk of someone being made incontinent by the surgery.

Image source,But he reassured patients that while the technology was being used, the operation was still being carried out by a surgeon, who is in control and makes the decisions.- which has been used for surgery on hard to reach head and neck cancers.

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Cameras on the arms let the surgeons see what is happening, and they can zoom in and magnify the area being operated on. Image source, MIKE DEAN/EYE IMAGERY Image caption, Consultant urologist Mohamed Abdulmajed at the controls of the surgical robot, which is operating in the background behind him Consultant Urologist Mohamed Abdulmajed, who was one of the first medics to be trained using the robot at Ysbyty Gwynedd, said there were many benefits to using the technology. "One of the first operations we'll be doing with the robotic arms is men's prostate cancer surgery," he said.” In the first wave, the first ministers said Scotland would expect to take in 3,000 and Wales 1,000. "We can be sure of a high level of accuracy, and avoid the nerves which control a man's sexual function, and reduce the risk of someone being made incontinent by the surgery. "Overall, keyhole surgery with a robotic arm has many advantages for patients compared to open surgery. So we're just on guard to make sure it doesn't come back.

"The wounds are smaller, there's less blood loss, and that in turn means a shorter hospital stay and an earlier recovery, allowing a person to return to work sooner. They added: “The UK government should be following the example of European countries including the Republic of Ireland by waiving all visa requirements for any Ukrainian nationals seeking refuge in the UK, as well as implementing the temporary protection regulations." Image source, Image caption, Each arm will have surgical instruments at the end But he reassured patients that while the technology was being used, the operation was still being carried out by a surgeon, who is in control and makes the decisions. A second robot is set to be placed at Cardiff and Vale University Health Board - adding to a similar one already at the health board - which has been used for surgery on hard to reach head and neck cancers. The Welsh government said other health boards across Wales were expected to follow, which would provide less invasive surgery for thousands of cancer patients across the country. “The Scottish and Welsh governments, working with local authorities and other partners, are best placed to deliver and to ensure the arrangements put in place are safe, sustainable and offer true sanctuary to those fleeing war. NHS Wales managers said this area of technology was developing fast. Inspired: Soto's diagnosis and subsequent treatments have actually inspired Bratt to keep up with his own health and well-being checkups.

They will be working with medical technology company, CMR Surgical, which builds the robot arms, to do further research into how they can be used in the future. Jared Torkington, who is heading up Wales' robotic surgery programme, believes the next 20 years will see more radical change. "We can look forward to a future where healthcare is even less invasive and better able to fit the individual needs of patients," he said. Image source, Image caption, Health boards and the Welsh government are ploughing millions of pounds into new technology NHS managers also hope having the latest technology in north Wales' hospitals will help them attract and retain staff. The Welsh government has committed £4. He went on to add that Soto is 'truly an amazing woman' and that she's ' as beautiful inside as out.

2m to developing robot-assisted surgery in Wales over five years, with health boards also providing more than £13m over 10 years towards the programme. Health Minister Eluned Morgan said: "It will put Wales at the forefront of international research for the use of robotic surgical techniques. "This pioneering service will also encourage specialist staff to come to Wales to train and practise," she said. "Once the programme is fully established in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area, patients in north Wales will no longer need to travel to England to receive robotic-assisted surgery." More on this story .