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The Future of Robotic Surgery

Lecture

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Surgical techniques have been evolving over times. Keyhole surgery had been step in the right direction and in the last twelve years robotic surgery has evolved initially in USA and subsequently in Europe.

Date and Time

20 March 2014 - 18:00-20:00

Location

Cumbria, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Lancashire and Cumbria local network.


About this event

As the complexities of surgical techniques have increased so has the trend to undertake surgery which causes minimal morbidity. Laparoscopy (keyhole) surgery had been step in the right direction. In the last twelve years robotic surgery has evolved initially in USA and subsequently in Europe.

This talk will focus on current indications for robotic surgery and future applications.

This lecture is free to members and non-members. Online registration is strongly advised.

Refreshments and networking from 6pm, lecture from 6.30pm.

Programme

 6.00pm - Networking & Refreshments 6.30pm - Lecture

Cost

Free of charge

Registration information

 To register, please use the link below.  If you encounter problems with online registration, please contact Darren Morris (darren.s.morris@sellafieldsites.com)

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