Dr.David B. Samadi M.D. and Dr. Simon Hall M.D. introduce the Da Vinci robotic prostatectomy procedure at Mt. Sinai Medical.
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Robotic Prostate Surgery The Mount Sinai Medical Center Dr. Simon Hall & Dr. David Samadi Robotic Prostatectomy at Mt. Sinai Medical Speaker: Today Mt. Sinai Medical Center's leading Neurological experts will discuss the efficacy of Open, Laparoscopic and Robotic Prostatectomies. This webcast will feature case video of live surgeries utilizing the latest da Vinci Prostatectomy technique. Dr. David Samadi, Chief of Robotics and Minimal Invasive Surgery and Dr. Simon Hall, Chair of the Department of Urology will answer your e-mail questions during the one hour webcast. They will also discuss the benefits of a robotic assisted Prostatectomy as it compares to Open and Laparoscopic surgical procedures. Dr. Simon Hall: Hello and good evening. I would like to welcome you to this live webcast from the Mt. Sinai Medical Center in New York city. We have an exciting program today. My name is Dr. Simon Hall, I am the Chairman of the Department of Urology and the Director of the Dean Prostate Health and Research Center at the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine and I am joined by my colleague, Dr. David Samadi, who I will formally introduce in a few minutes. This program is designed for both patients and Urologists who are interested in learning more about Robotic Prostatectomies for the treatment of Prostate Cancer. During the program, we would like to go over the evolution of the technique from Open to Laparoscopic to Robotic surgery. We would like to review how the Robotic Prostatectomy is performed in the hands of Dr. Samadi. We will review the archaeological data which is critically important to the long term success of this procedure. We would also like to use the robotic program at Mt. Sinai as a overview of how to design a very successful program. If time will permit us, we will review the management of continence and potency of post surgery. Advanced DVP Technique Training Program available. Mini fellowship for Da Vinci Prostatectomy. Two-day hands on course covers: 1. Setting up the team 2. Efficiency in the operating room 3. Building a successful program and its infrastructure 4. Review of your difficult cases 5. DVD's, trouble shooting, and improving quality of cases To find out more about our Advanced DVP Technique Training Program or if you are a newly diagnosed prostate cancer patient, please contact Unknown Speaker: by calling: 1-888-444-2312, emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org, visiting: www.roboticoncology.com.