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Hackensack Meridian Hackensack University Medical Center among first to acquire Da Vinci 5 multiport robotic surgical system

Press releases may be edited for formatting or style | April 11, 2024 Operating Room

Streamlined workflow: Da Vinci 5 has innovative features that are designed to help increase surgeon autonomy and streamline surgeon and care team workflow. For example, da Vinci 5 has integrated key OR technologies, including insufflation and an electrosurgical unit. The system also includes an optimized user interface, with settings that are accessible by the broader surgical team and by the surgeon directly from the head-in menu. Surgeons have access to other key settings while head-in to help them stay focused on the surgical field.

Together, these innovations will continue to streamline workflow in the OR and potentially save valuable time, without compromising patient safety. This can enable more efficient use of a hospital's human and capital resources.

Expanded computing power and advanced data capabilities: Da Vinci 5 has more than 10,000 times the computing power of da Vinci Xi. This enables innovative new system capabilities and advanced digital experiences, now and in the future, including integration with Intuitive's My Intuitive app, SimNow (virtual reality simulator), Case Insights (computational observer), and Intuitive Hub (edge computing system).

"The da Vinci 5 will allow us to take robotic surgery to the next level and expand on our long history of innovation and excellence," said Michael D. Stifelman, Chair of Urology and Director of Robotic Surgery at Hackensack University Medical Center, and Professor and Founding Chair of Urology at Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine. "We have been early adopters of the latest robotic technology for many years, and our goal has always been to offer our patients the highest quality surgical care that exceeds national standards. The da Vinci 5 is one more tool that we can use to deliver those results."

Since Hackensack University Medical Center performed its first robotic-assisted surgery more than 20 years ago, the hospital has been at the forefront of robotic technology, continuously pushing the envelope to improve patient care through innovation, research and education.

Robotic surgery innovations and "firsts" include:

Robotic surgery began at Hackensack University Medical Center in 2000 with two da Vinci™ robots.
First in New Jersey and New York Metropolitan Area to perform robotic-assisted gallbladder surgery using the da Vinci Si HD Surgical System (2012).
Among the first hospitals in the world to acquire the da Vinci Single Port Robotic System (2018).

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