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Atlas Of Robotic Thoracic Surgery 1st Edition



This book represents the definitive robotic thoracic surgery atlas, containing didactic material necessary to facilitate effective practice in thoracic surgery and to provide learning tools in these methods both to practicing surgeons and to those in training. It defines the complete operative pathway for each procedure for surgeons who wish to be a complete robotic cardiothoracic surgeon and includes hints and procedural pitfalls derived from the experiences of chapter contributors.




Atlas of Robotic Thoracic Surgery 1st Edition


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The Atlas of Robotic Thoracic Surgery is illustrated with high quality illustrations and color photographs from surgical operations and contains expert analysis from leading surgeons who provide the key visual features of their chosen topics. Anesthetic and cardiopulmonary support preparation for each operation are included and selected references are provided to emphasize evidence-based outcomes.This book has been designed to augment Atlas of Robotic Cardiac Surgery edited by Ranny Chitwood, both being developed from these same concepts of simplicity and practical instruction. It will therefore be an important resource for all involved in thoracic robotic surgery or interested in learning more about the techniques involved.


This book represents the definitive robotic thoracic surgery atlas, containing didactic material necessary to facilitate effective practice in thoracic surgery and to provide learning tools in these methods both to practicing surgeons and to those in training. It defines the complete operative pathway for each procedure for surgeons who wish to be a complete robotic cardiothoracic surgeon and includes hints and procedural pitfalls derived from the experiences of chapter contributors.


The Atlas of Robotic Thoracic Surgery is illustrated with high quality illustrations and color photographs from surgical operations and contains expert analysis from leading surgeons who provide the key visual features of their chosen topics. Anesthetic and cardiopulmonary support preparation for each operation are included and selected references are provided to emphasize evidence-based outcomes.This book has been designed to augment Atlas of Robotic Cardiac Surgery edited by Ranny Chitwood, both being developed from these same concepts of simplicity and practical instruction. It will therefore be an important resource for all involved in thoracic robotic surgery or interested in learning more about the techniques involved.


Operative Techniques in Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery provides technique-based articles in cardiovascular and thoracic surgery by renowned surgeons in the field, presented in atlas format. Each issue of the quarterly publication contains articles in adult, congenital, and general thoracic surgery and may include transplantation techniques within individual sections. Articles are often paired to explore a single topic in a point/counterpoint approach. Numerous original line drawings, intraoperative photographs, and imaging studies are included in each issue to illustrate the different operative approaches.


Methods: An electronic online survey was created, and the link was emailed to the 100 highest volume robotic thoracic surgeons in the United States. The survey included an interactive graphical interface, which allowed each respondent to mark the preferential robotic port placement in the chest wall for each of the 5 pulmonary lobectomies. Results were analyzed individually and in aggregate. A heat map was generated to show trends.


This book represents the definitive robotic surgery atlas, containing didactic material necessary to facilitate effective practice in thoracic surgery and to provide learning tools in these methods both to practicing surgeons and to those in training. It defines the complete operative pathway for ea...


Abstract:Robotic major lung resection for lung cancer carries a risk for intraoperative hemodynamic instability. Systolic anterior motion (SAM) of the mitral valve is a rare and often misrecognized cause of intraoperative hemodynamic instability. If not promptly recognized, SAM leads to a complicated perioperative course. Here, we report for the first time a case of a patient with SAM with a severe degree of left ventricular outflow obstruction (LVOTO) undergoing robotic lung lobectomy and its challenging intraoperative management. A 70-year-old man undergoing robotic left upper lobectomy developed immediately after the induction of general anesthesia hemodynamic instability due to SAM-related LVOTO. The diagnosis was possible, thanks to the use of transesophageal echocardiography (TEE). The treatment strategies applied were preload optimization without fluid overload, ultra-short-acting beta-blockers, and vasopressors. Peripheral nerve blockades were preferred over epidural analgesia to avoid vasodilatation. The patient reported a good quality of recovery and no pain the day after surgery. The management of patients with higher risk of SAM and LVOTO development during robotic thoracic surgery requires a dedicated and skilled team together with high-impact treatment strategies driven by TEE. Since current guidelines do not recommend the use of TEE, even for patients with higher cardiac risk undergoing noncardiac surgery, the present case report may stimulate interest in future recommendations.Keywords: systolic anterior motion; left ventricular outflow obstruction; lung surgery; robotic surgery; hemodynamic instability; shock


The division of general thoracic surgery at the UC Davis Medical Center is a nationally recognized program that offers the top level of care for patients with thoracic disease. Our highly trained and skilled surgeons, in combination with our unique Nurse Coordinator/Patient Navigator and Physician Assistants offer cutting edge, evidence based, and most importantly, compassionate, and empathetic care to our patients.


We provide expansive services for the surgical treatment of non-cardiac, benign, and malignant diseases of the chest, including the lungs, esophagus, chest wall, airway, mediastinum and diaphragm. Many therapies are performed using the latest minimally invasive techniques such as laparoscopic surgery, video-assisted thoracic surgery (VATS) and robotic thoracic surgery. In fact, seventy percent of our lung surgeries are performed minimally invasively. Minimally invasive surgery, such as VATS and robotic, result in smaller incisions, shorter stay in the hospital, less need for pain medicine and faster return to work and activities of daily living.


Our multidisciplinary approach brings together expert, internationally honored specialists in general thoracic surgery, gastroenterology, radiation oncology, diagnostic radiology, pulmonology and medical oncology to best fight cancer and other complex thoracic diseases. As part of the National Cancer Institute designated UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center, our patients have access to and may be eligible for clinical trials that offer the latest treatments and state-of-the-art therapies.


Video-assisted thoracic surgery (VATS), also called thoracoscopy, is a procedure being used more frequently by doctors to treat early-stage lung cancers. It uses smaller incisions, typically has a shorter hospital stay and fewer complications than a thoracotomy.


Prepare residents for American Board of Thoracic Surgery Certification, achieving and maintaining a first time pass rate of 95% or better over.Develop surgeons who are able to serve as the leader of a multidisciplinary care team to provide cost conscious care of the highest quality. Provide residents with academic skills that will make them competitive for careers in academic surgery as well as private practice. Equip residents with the life skills to navigate professional stressors, including the recognition of symptoms of burnout and the development of healthy coping skills.Produce well-rounded, clinically excellent and technically skilled cardiac and thoracic surgeons via a structured curriculum that provides training in all facets of our specialty:


The thoracic and cardiovascular surgical fellowship program at the University of Florida in Gainesville has successfully trained generations of highly skilled surgeons for many decades. Our program has enjoyed uninterrupted American Council of Graduate Medical Education accreditation since September 11, 1961. Alumni from our program have chosen career pathways in academic surgery as well as private practice.


The University of Florida is a high volume, tertiary center that offers a rich academic environment that consists of various teams of specialists committed to the care of routine, complex and end-stage pathology involving adult cardiac, pulmonary and foregut disease as well congenital cardiopulmonary disease. Our affiliate Veterans Affairs Medical Center is the second largest adult cardiac program and highest volume robotic thoracic surgery program in the national VA health system. This intimate and collegial partnership of medical and surgical specialists, combined with high volume, generates a fantastic milieu in which to train fellows in the latest technical advances and most up to date surgical interventions to ensure completeness in training and success in independent practice. 041b061a72


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