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Lindbergh operation

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The Lindbergh operation was a complete tele-surgical operation carried out by a team of French surgeons located in New York on a patient in Strasbourg, France over a distance of several thousand miles using telecommunications solutions based on high-speed services and sophisticated Zeus surgical robot The operation was performed successfully on September 7, 2001 by Professor Jacques Marescaux and his team from the IRCAD Institute for Research into Cancer of the Digestive System This was the first time in medical history that a technical solution proved capable of reducing the time delay inherent to long distance transmissions sufficiently to make this type of procedure possible The name was derived from that of American aviator Charles Lindbergh, because he was the first person to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean

Contents

  • 1 Details of the procedure
  • 2 Project partners
  • 3 References
  • 4 See also

Details of the procedureedit

The operation involved minimally invasive surgery: The 45-minute procedure consisted of a cholecystectomy on a 68-year-old female patient in surgical ward A in Strasbourg Civil Hospital, in Eastern France From New York, the surgeon controlled the arms of the ZEUS Robotic Surgical System, designed by Computer Motion, to operate on the patient The link between the robotic system and the surgeon was provided by a high-speed fiberoptic service deployed thanks to the combined efforts of several France Telecom group entities

Commenting on the operation, Professor Marescaux said:

Project partnersedit

The surgery was the result of a closely coordinated partnership between IRCAD, the France Télécom group and Computer Motion, the developer of Zeus surgical robotic systems The EITS European Institute of Telesurgery was also involved

Referencesedit

  • Marescaux J, Leroy J, Rubino F, Vix M, Simone M, Mutter D Transcontinental Robot Assisted Remote Telesurgery: Feasibility and Potential Applications Annals of Surgery 2002;235:487-92
  • Marescaux J Nom de code: " Opération Lindbergh " – Ann Chir 2002;127:2–4
  • Marescaux J, et al Transatlantic Robot-Assisted Telesurgery Nature 2001;413:379–380
  • Marescaux J, Dutson E, Rubino F The Impact of Robotics on General Surgery Training Annals of Surgery 2002;235:446
  • "Iafricacom Article Describing the Surgery" World first transatlantic robotic surgery Retrieved 2004-01-07 

See alsoedit

  • Laparoscopic surgery
  • Remote surgery
  • Robotic surgery

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