Innovative Utilization of Robotic-Assisted Laparoscopy for Repair of Perforated Anterior Duodenal and Posterior Gastric Ulcer at a Hospital With Twenty-Four-Hour da Vinci Xi Capabilities

Rachel Gantz, Robert Azar, Greg Starley

Abstract


Robotic-assisted laparoscopic surgical methods have become increasingly more common in general surgery in the recent years. However, emergency utilization of this surgical method has not been studied in depth. Herein we present two cases of perforations located on the posterior gastric and anterior duodenal surfaces successfully repaired utilizing the robotic-assisted laparoscopic approach in a hospital that has 24-h da Vinci Xi capabilities.




J Curr Surg. 2022;12(1):24-28
doi: https://doi.org/10.14740/jcs435

Keywords


Emergency; da Vinci Xi; Posterior gastric perforation; Anterior duodenal perforation

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