03:09Dr. Samadi demonstrates how to mobilize the bladder during robotic prostate surgery in order to reach the prostate. The video clearly shows the da Vinci robotic instruments at work. Dr David Samadi explains the defatting of the endopelvic fascia. This portion of the prostate removal surgery is performed under the pubic bone, which would be very difficult to see during open or traditional surgery.
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"I have found Dr. Samadi and his operating room team to be the ultimate in professionalism. He is caring, listens well, is accessible and extraordinary in his surgical skills" .more..
As I sit at home recuperating from surgery you performed this past Wednesday 4/29 I just felt a need to reach out to you to thank you for saving my life.more..
This is not a paid endorsement, even though it’s going to sound like one. This is just a true account of my experiences with the amazing Dr. David B. Samadi and his incredible staff in the time leading up to and following my recent robotic prostate removal surgery.more..
My urologist then referred me to Dr. David Samadi, Chief of Robotics and Minimally Invasive Surgery at Mt. Sinai Hospital, specializing in urological oncology, robotic surgery, and development of the Da Vinci technique. He had performed over 1500 surgeries successfully.more..