What is the Robot?


 Robot Da Vinci 


1. Using the da Vinci Surgical System, the surgeon operates seated comfortably at a console while viewing a high definition, 3D image inside the patient’s body.
2. The surgeon’s fingers grasp the master controls below the display with hands and wrists naturally positioned relative to his or her eyes.
3. The system seamlessly translates the surgeon’s hand, wrist and finger movements into precise, real-time movements of surgical instruments.

1. The patient-side cart is where the patient is positioned during surgery. It includes either three or four robotic arms that carry out the surgeon’s commands.
2. The robotic arms move around fixed pivot points which reduces trauma to the patient, improves the cosmetic outcome, and increases overall precision.
3. The system requires that every surgical maneuver be under the direct control of the surgeon. Repeated safety checks prevent any independent movement of the instruments or robotic arms.


1. A full range of EndoWrist instruments is available to the surgeon while operating.
2. The instruments are designed with seven degrees of motion – a range of motion even greater than the human wrist
3. Each instrument has a specific surgical mission such as clamping, suturing and tissue manipulation.
4. Quick-release levers speed instrument changes during surgery.


1. The vision system is equipped with a high-definition, 3D endoscope (flexible tube with a camera and light at the tip) and image processing equipment that provides true-to-life images of the patient’s anatomy.