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da Vinci Surgical Systems have been designed to provide surgeons with the capabilities of traditional open surgery while enabling them to operate through a few small incisions.

The da Vinci System has brought minimally invasive surgery to more than 5 million patients worldwide and has been utilized globally and in Canada for a range of clinical applications (Learn more here).

    

Robotic-assisted surgery is an important surgical option that is safe and offers many potential benefits for patients, surgeons and hospitals when used appropriately and with proper training. Many benefits of robotic-assisted surgery for patients have been demonstrated with supporting clinical evidence including: less blood loss, fewer complications, shorter hospital stays, smaller incisions for minimal scarring, and faster recovery and return to daily life.Reference

da Vinci Si

da Vinci Si

da Vinci Xi

da Vinci Xi

Since the year 2000, the da Vinci Surgical system has evolved with the third and fourth generations of the technology now available in Canada. You can learn more about the da Vinci Si and Xi above. The da Vinci Surgical System features a 3D HD vision system for a clear and magnified view inside the patient's body. da Vinci's EndoWrist® instruments bend and rotate far greater than the human wrist. The surgeon controls the da Vinci System, which translates his or her hand movements into smaller, more precise movements of tiny instruments inside the patient's body. da Vinci technology allows surgeons to perform complex and routine procedures through a few small openings, similar to traditional laparoscopy. Learn more about the core technology of the da Vinci Surgical Systems here