Especialista en robótica impartirá cátedra en PUCMM

03/11/2011

Santiago. El jefe de Robótica y  Cirugía Mínimamente Invasiva del Mount Sinaí School of Medicine de Nueva York, David B. Samadi, impartirá una cátedra hoy sobre diagnóstico y tratamiento de enfermedades urológicas.

Samadi fue invitado por el Hospital Metropolitano de Santiago (Homs), la Fundación García Almánzar y la Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM).

El experto impartirá la cátedra a las cinco de la tarde, en el auditorio de Ciencias de la Salud de esa academia.

Tras su llegada al país, Samadi visitó las instalaciones del Homs. Allí lo recibió el ingeniero Félix M. García C., presidente del Consejo Directivo del centro de salud; el doctor Rafael Sánchez Español, director general, así como especialistas de diversas áreas.

El especialista en medicina moderna manifestó su sorpresa ante las instalaciones del Homs, por el cuidado y dedicación que muestran con sus pacientes. Dijo que en los últimos diez años ha viajado por diversas instituciones del mundo,  y que el Homs no tienen nada que envidiarles.

Explicó que el propósito de su visita es colaborar con los médicos del centro, intercambiar conocimientos sobre su especialidad, el cáncer de la próstata, ya que desarrolló una técnica llamada cirugía inteligente.

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