Da Vinci Robotic Surgical Systems

The Da Vinci Robotic System consists of a robotic tower (consisting of a binocular, optical camera and three robotic arms) and a console that manages the surgeon, which provides a high-resolution 3D image of the operation area and is the control region of three robotic arms. The device provides a 3D image with a real depth field for binocular, binary optical (right) control of hands (left). Da Vinci Robotic System; used in cancer, urology and cardiac surgery and all laparoscopic operations.


Da Vinci Si / Da Vinci Xi Surgical System

Robotic surgery systems such as "Da Vinci Si" and "Da Vinci Xi" make it easier for surgeons to work with groundbreaking robotic technology, allowing patients to return to normal life faster. Da Vinci Xi improves surgical ability with thinner and lighter arms. With Da Vinci Xi, the fourth generation of Da Vinci systems, surgeons are extremely complex and can easily achieve surgical results. The most important advantages for patients compared to traditional open surgeries; short recovery, less pain, cosmetic comfort with small incisions and minimal blood loss.