Surgery is a challenging situation for a surgeon due to complex problems of this procedure. On one hand, it’s a matter of life and death for a patient but on the other hand, it’s a matter of reputation for a surgeon. The repo of a surgeon is tarnished after few unsuccessful surgeries. Neither a patient wants to risk with an unskilled surgeon nor a surgeon wants to taint his surgical skill, but complexities are hurdles.
Surgery and research on surgical techniques
The researchers have continued their earnest efforts to simplify complex surgical procedures and surgeons have tried to derive benefits out of outcomes of researched work. The medical researchers and surgeons work usually in connivance for best research outcome. Some surgeons like Roberto Casula are researchers also. They are better in the application of researched work.
Roberto Casula: A surgeon and researcher
Dr. casual has expertise in cardiothoracic surgery as he performs most surgeries in The Wellington Hospital, Wellington Pl, London. He also carries out research and publication in the fields of robotic and minimal invasive cardiac surgery and frailty and cardiac surgery. Being in consultant position since 1998, Dr. casual has over two decades of experience to perform complex cardiac surgeries. He performed first open-heart surgery in 1990, and thereafter, perform such surgeries on several patients. He is specialized in cardiac surgery by the application of Robotically-assisted surgical (RAS) device. This device is allowed to be used by trained consultants by the FDA in United States and medical authorities in other countries.
Common applications of RAS device
RAS device is commonly used for laparoscopic surgical procedures. The common areas of its application are cardiac, colorectal, head and neck, thoracic, urologic, and gynecologic, surgical procedures. This device is also used in general surgery, hysterectomy, prostatectomy, and gall-bladder removal.
Robotically-assisted surgical (RAS) device is a need of the contemporary scenario when there’s no dearth of qualified trained surgeons in most innovative surgical techniques.