The french TV is interested in robotic surgery

TF1 at the medical college of Nancy During our training course for the Diploma of robotic surgery from December 7 to December 11, 2015, journalists from TF1 came to us to understand the way we work to train surgeons with STNA Institute. Some small snippets of what was broadcast. (The clip is in french)   We also had been…

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Événement indésirable lié aux soins

La HAS (Haute Autorité de Santé) a récemment déclaré que pour 10 patients il arrive 1 Évènement Indésirable lié Aux Soins (EIAS). Comparer ces chiffres à ceux de l’aviation ou de la sécurité routière fait froid dans le dos… Qu’est-ce qu’un EIAS ? Comment essayer de maîtriser les risques ? STAN Institute se penche aujourd’hui…

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They talk about us

French TV at the STAN Institute During our training course for the Diploma of robotic surgery from November 30 to December 11, 2015, journalists came to us to understand the way we work to train surgeons. Some small snippets of what was broadcast. (The clip is in french)     The newspaper, through the Est Républicain, wrote an post about…

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RAMSES 2015

RAMSES 2015, une réussite totale On 23-24 October the STAN Institute team was at the congress organised by RAMSES¹ in Geneva, Switzerland. It was the association’s fifth congress. Dr Georges-Antoine de Boccard opened the congress at the Mandarin Oriental hotel. The greatest benefit of the association, apart from the technical side, is the opportunity for…

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Situational Awareness

Situational awareness The precursor of decision-making   The art of robotic surgery requires two operators. It may seem unthinkable that a surgeon might be at the controls of the robot without having an assistant beside the patient. And yet…  “I have a problem … everything’s gone!”  The operation seems to be relatively straightforward, the techniques…

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