Robotic Infraclavicular Approach Minimally Invasive Neck Dissection in head and neck cancers

 

Produced by Indian robotic surgeon Dr. Sandeep Nayak, Fortis Cancer Institute, Bangalore. (Great for promoting in India.)

We are pleased to present the Second Place Winner of the 2022 ‘KS International Robotic Surgery Innovation Awards.’ Here is the published Abstract:

TITLE Robotic Infraclavicular Approach Minimally Invasive Neck Dissection (RIA- MIND) in head and neck cancers-A novel infra clavicular carbondioxide Insufflation technique using Intuitive DaVinci Xi surgical system.

Sandeep P Nayak1, Ameenuddin khan1, Sreekanth Reddy V1, Bharath Gangadhara1, Mayur M1, Arunkumar Barad1, Devaprasad Munisiddaiah1, Athira Ramakrishnan1, Abhilasha Sadhoo1, 1Department of Surgical Oncology, Fortis Hospitals, 154, 9, Bannerghatta Main Road, Opposite IIM, Sahyadri Layout, Panduranga Nagar, Bangalore, Karnataka 560076, India

ABSTRACT In the recent years there is a rapid spike in the use of robot-assisted neck dissection (RAND) as an alternative method for conventional neck dissection and an enormous body of evidences reported the feasibility and effectiveness for the same. Despite the availability of multiple approaches for RAND still there is a requisite for substantial technological innovation. In this video, we demonstrate our novel technique i.e., Robotic Infraclavicular Approach Minimally Invasive Neck Dissection (RIA-MIND) in head and neck cancers using Intuitive Davinci Xi surgical system. Where, RIA-MIND technique appears to have eased the difficulties that are encountered in its contemporary techniques and facilitates one stop completion of neck dissection of all neck levels (I-V). Narrated robotic surgery video, 07:33.

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