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An informational website on robotics in medicine and surgery

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RobotMD is here to bring the public the latest information on emerging robotic surgeries and procedures. These technologies benefit humanity by improving precision, recovery and outcomes for patients.

Why Robotics In Surgery

Benefits of a Robotically Assisted Total Knee Arthroplasty

Kaitlyn Davis PA-C

The robotics in medicine landscape is ever improving and evolving, and with that, it is easy to see how a robotically assisted total knee replacement (TKA) has substantial benefits to the patient over a standard total knee arthroplasty. Studies show improvements in patient satisfaction post-operatively, improved short term recovery and implant survivorship.

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Go Home the Same Day After a Robotic-Assisted Knee Replacement

Chad Mitchell, MD, FAAOS

Is it possible to have a robotic-assisted knee replacement and go home on the same day?  Today’s advancements in technology, post-operative pain management, and blood loss management make it easy to avoid admission to the hospital and go home on the same day as the surgery.

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The Benefits of Robotic Surgery in Gynecology

Justo Maqueira, Jr, MD

Robotic surgery in gynecology offeres several benefits that make it a valuable tool for surgeons and patients alike.

Firstly, robotic surgery allows for greater precision and control during procedures.  The robotic system enhances a surgeon’s dexterity by translating their hand hand movements into precise movements of the robotic arms, resulting in more precise incisions. and sutures.

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Revision Knee Replacement Using Robotics

Chad Mitchell, MD, FAAOS

The computer navigation and robotic-assistance surgeries are great for an arthritic knee, but can it help someone who may be having a problem with their previous knee replacement and need to have it revised? The need for total knee replacement revision includes those components that are loose, unstable, or infected.

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Is Artificial Intelligence (AI) used during a Robotic Knee Replacement?

Chad Mitchell, MD, FAAOS

Artificial intelligence (AI) has notoriously grabbed the headlines recently over concerns that it could result in unintended harm to humanity. Cyberattacks, autonomous weapons, misinformation campaigns, and loss of human autonomy are all valid concerns in a world of AI that can contradict our human or moral values.

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Robotics in Orthopedic Surgery

“The robotic technology combined with the computer navigation has convinced me that the future of technology in surgery is now. Shoulder surgery, hip surgery, and knee surgery are benefitting now from these technologies. Sports Medicine procedures will benefit. I have also watched this technology transform surgery for my colleagues in general surgery, urology, and gynecology. It is my opinion that all areas of medicine will soon benefit from the emerging technology of computer and robotic enhanced care.”

– Chad Mitchell, MD, FAAOS

Board-Certified Orthopedic Surgeon

Orthopaedic Associates  850-785-4344

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Justo Maqueira, Jr MD

Robotic Surgery in Gynecology

“The benefits of robotic surgery in gynecology include improved precision, enhanced visualization, minimally invasive procedures, better access to hard-to-reach areas, and the potential for remote surgery. These benefits ultimately contribute to better patient outcomes, shorter hospital stays, and faster recovery times.”

– Justo Maqueira, Jr, MD

Board-Certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology

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To give the public accurate and updated information on emerging technologies and robotic surgeries for the well-being of our community

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The information presented on this website is based on theory, concepts, and opinions available at the time this material was written. Newer technology continues to develop and may be available after this information is written. The information on this website is intended to be educational and not a guarantee of successful medical and/or surgical results.

This information is not intended to represent a statement or opinion from any corporations mentioned. Every individual is different and should consult their own qualified surgeon regarding how computer navigation and robotic-assisted surgery could help with their specific diagnosis.

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