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Da Vinci system is a new robotic device in minimally invasive surgery that allows the surgeon increased dexterity over traditional laparoscopic instrumentation
Understanding and information are of the utmost importance to facilitate preparation and expectations. Dr. Belsley operates at both St. Luke's and Roosevelt Hospitals. He works very closely with a variety of support staff at both locations in order to ensure the smoothest experience possible.
This is a series of clinical shots and interesting cases that have been encountered and treated with either laparoscopic or robotic techniques. Images range from xrays and fluoroscopy to screen shots during the minimally invasive surgeries.
This category of photos demonstrates examples of the architecture and technology of the St. Luke's - Roosevelt Hospital Center.
A variety of images shot in the operating suite with techniques ranging from angiography, minimally invasive surgery to the more traditional open techniques.
Research interests currently include new Robotic Surgery techniques as well as NOTES (Natural Orifice Translumenal Surgery) with corresponding markers of inflammation.
SLRHC has been home to an impressive list of surgical breakthroughs. These discoveries include the first use of sterile surgical gloves and Dr. Charles McBurney's famous incision for appendectomy. This collection of photos includes some from the NIH as well as St. Luke's - Roosevelt hospital archives.