Impact on Robotic surgery and evolution
This part will be about how different issues have and could affect robotic surgery’s evolution. The first part will be about any challenges that have been found while working with robotic surgery. The next would be what politics have done in this regards. Moving on to what this surgery can provide for future opportunities. Moving onto what impact robotic surgery can have on other of related industries
With this part being about challenges the first thing that comes directly to mind would be what a lot of new things need to work though, the cost compared to benefit. Will continue talking about cost by putting in some questions asked and answered by a set that are about how accurate the current cost models are. Another big problem comes from how the equipment needed takes up a lot of room making so the doctors need to keep an eye on how they will affect being able to get to the patient. It has been found noted that the proper positioning is important to the success of any robotic surgery while the main positioning required does have a number of problems that come with it. Moving from that a problem that comes up is the training needed to properly use the machines.
When talking into account the problems that come from cost one needs to ask themselves is it worth the extra cost. In one report it is written that the robotic costs 2,700 more compared to a laparoscopic procedure which is stated to not show to customers due to shorter stays. This continues by saying in another that a robotic hysterectomy for benign and oncologic indications a more costly approach then laparoscopic, where a fiber-optic device is inserted through the abdominal wall to see the organs. One group Wright et al. published the biggest cost model yet where it reviewed 264,758 hysterectomies at 411 hospitals, which showed that similar problems as laparoscopic hysterectomies while costing 2189 more. Other studies have found it to be better...