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Da Vinci surgical robot peeling a grape at Southmead Hospital event

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Uploaded on Sep 29, 2011

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A Da Vinci surgical robot was on show at an open event to raise awareness of men's cancers for Blue September at Southmead Hospital on September 28 2011. Members of the public, former patients, prospective patients, staff and GPs all attended the event to try their hand at robotic surgery. Here, urology fellow Ramesh Thurairaja peels a grape.
Southmead Hospital was among the first in the country to have a surgical robot for urology. Since 2009 our Da Vinci robot has carried out more than 450 prostate cancer removals. You can find out more at www.nbt.nhs.uk/urology.
See the Da Vinci Robot in theatre here: http://youtu.be/yHoQiGcIjrU

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