We’ve spoken to thought leaders from around the world to capture diverse perspectives on everything related to robotic-assisted surgery (RAS): from various training methodologies and the fundamentals of program success to overcoming challenges, setting new standards and preparing for the future.
Learn how Proficiency-Based Progression (PBP) can maximise training outcomes in this article featuring the expert who invented it.
Dr. John Lenihan, explores 3 key barriers you’ll likely face when starting a robotic-assisted surgery (RAS) program — and 3 solutions to help you successfully overcome them.
Robotics industry expert Josh Feldstein shares the top five questions a hospital must consider before starting a robotic-assisted surgery (RAS) program – and why having clearly-defined answers is so important.
Prof. Dr. Alexandre Mottrie shares his perspective on setting training standards for robotic-assisted surgery (RAS).
Refer to the Instructions for Use for detailed information regarding the instructions for use, indications, contraindications, warnings, precautions and potential adverse events. Refer to the Instructions for Use for detailed information regarding the instructions for use, indications, contraindications, warnings, precautions and potential adverse events. In Australia and New Zealand, Hugo™ Robotic Assisted Surgery System is currently indicated for certain urologic surgical procedures, gynaecologic laparoscopic surgical procedures, and general laparoscopic surgical procedures. (Please refer to Hugo Users Guide for a full list of specified procedures).