Surgical illustrations depict the da Vinci robotic arms as they operate inside the female human body

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Our most recent project, a series of surgical illustrations, depict the da Vinci robotic arms as they operate inside the female human body to surgically dissect the inter-vesico-vaginal space without opening the bladder dome. This preparation is necessary for the insertion of a female Artificial Urinary Sphincter – a procedure that is now entirely possible with the da Vinci robot, minimising post-operative recovery.

New Standard of Excellence

When we first started this surgical illustration project with a medical device company, we took the opportunity to get to know more about this amazing robot device and the people behind it. We discovered that behind the robotic surgery technology is a woman who has played an extremely important role in the development of the da Vinci robot as we know it today: New Zealand-born Catherine Mohr.  It’s worth sharing her background, we always like to see women in tech at this level.

The da Vinci surgical robot is an amazing medical surgical device that has set a new standard of excellence for the medical community since its inception, and is a work of art and tech (always in progress) that will change the operating room forever.”

http://www.davincisurgery.com/

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