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SANTA MARIA, CA – September 7, 2018 - Marian Regional Medical Center (MRMC), a Dignity Health hospital, is pleased to introduce the recent acquisition of the innovative da Vinci Xi Surgical System. The da Vinci Xi System was designed with the goal of further advancing the technology used in minimally invasive surgery.
The System can be used across a spectrum of minimally invasive surgical procedures and has been optimized for multi-quadrant surgeries in the areas of gynecology, urology, gynecologic oncology, and general surgery.
By enabling efficient access throughout the abdomen or chest, the da Vinci Xi System expands upon core da Vinci System features, including wristed instruments, 3D-HD visualization, intuitive motion, and an ergonomic design. As with all da Vinci Surgical Systems, the surgeon is 100% in control of the robotic-assisted da Vinci System, which translates hand movements into smaller, more precise movements of tiny instruments inside the patient’s body. The Xi System’s immersive 3D-HD vision system provides surgeons a highly magnified view, virtually extending their eyes and hands into the patient.
“Marian continues to uphold our pledge to be at the forefront of the services and technological advancements we offer our community, and the acquisition of the innovative da Vinci Xi Surgical System allows us to offer the most precise and enhanced surgical options to our patients,” says Marian Regional Medical Center President & CEO, Sue Andersen. “We are excited to continue to expand and excel to meet the needs of our growing region, and the implementation of this robotic surgical system allows us to provide optimal care to those we serve.”
Key features of this new technology include:
The da Vinci Xi System is an expandable technology platform that is designed to accommodate and seamlessly integrate a range of current technologies, as well as future innovations, in areas such as imaging, advanced instruments and anatomical access.
Sara San Juan