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Medical instruments sit ready for a ventral hernia repair with the da Vinci Xi robotic surgery system, March 28, 2017, on Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. This was the first robotic surgery in the Air Force. The robotic system enhances surgeon’s mobility and range of motion. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Jenay Randolph) Keesler MDG Airmen perform first robotic surgery in AF
Members of the 81st Surgical Operations Squadron performed the Air Force’s first robotic surgery at the Keesler Medical Center here March 28. Maj. Lauren Buck, 81st MSGS general surgeon, and her surgical team performed a robotic ventral hernia repair. Buck has experience with the da Vinci Si model, but this was a little different because it is a
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The Keesler Medical Center recently acquired two of the da Vinci Xi which is one of the newest robotic surgical systems out there and the first of its kind for the Air Force. One surgical robot is set up as part of the Institute for Defense Robotic Surgical Education to assist surgeons in getting their official robotic surgery credentials. (Courtesy Photo) Air Force’s first robotic surgery training course established at Keesler
Keesler Air Force Base surgeons are forging a new path in military medicine by being the first in the Air Force to use one of the most advanced robotic surgery systems available today.  The Keesler Medical Center has acquired two of the newest robotic surgical systems out there, the da Vinci Xi, one for surgeries and the other for surgical
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