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Robotic Assisted Microsurgical & Endoscopic Society 1st Annual Multispecialty Robotic Microsurgery Symposium
Sat - September 24, 2011 12:05 am  |  Article Hits:3780  |  A+ | a-
First annual RAMSES meeting to be held in Orlando, Florida, November 4 – 6, 2011, is the first multi-specialty microsurgical gathering of its kind – with microsurgeons from varying fields: hand, plastics, reconstructive, ENT, urology, gynecology, ophthalmology, vascular, orthopedics, pediatrics and peripheral nerve. This meeting will be like no other: With featured leading speakers from all these fields – not only in robotic assisted, but also in conventional microsurgical techniques. Pro and con debates on robotic assisted microsurgery. Microsurgical & robotic assisted technique overviews. First-ever live robotic microsurgery cases. First ever hands-on robotic microsurgical training labs – specialty specific. First ever biosynthetic cadaver and tissue microsurgery training. Keynote speakers from industry leaders in robotic assisted microsurgery platforms & tools. Hands-on training with new prototype robotic assisted microsurgical tools. Robotic assisted surgery has shown tremendous advantages in the field of laparoscopy and has rapidly been incorporated in a number of laparoscopic procedures across various fields of surgery.

However, we believe that the advantages provided by robotics in elimination of tremor, scaling of motion and enhanced magnification really have the potential to have an even greater impact in the field of microsurgery. There is also more uniformity in the tools utilized by microsurgeons across various fields that would pertain greater utilization of a common robotic assisted microsurgical platform. The Robotic Assisted Microsurgical and Endoscopic Society (RAMSES) was conceived on February 15, 2010, in California at a gathering of microsurgeons from differing fields of expertise with an interest in robotic assisted surgery. The purpose of this society is to further the development and application of robotic assisted microsurgical tools and platforms for enhanced surgical and patient outcomes. The advent of microscopes revolutionized microsurgical procedures in the 1960s and 1970s. Our goal is to ensure the proper, safe and evidence based development of robotic assisted platforms and tools to hopefully impact microsurgery in an as meaningful and beneficial manner.
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