Cambridgeshire/England – Freemasons support robotic surgery appeal


Cambridgeshire/England - Freemasons support robotic surgery appeal

(by editorial board, Community News, 13 January 2022)

 

A £10,000 grant from the Cambridgeshire Freemasons is helping Addenbrooke’s Hospital in its robotic surgery appeal, enabling their clinicians to provide life-saving and life-changing surgery to 1,500 patients a year across six new areas of the hospital.

Robotic surgery is a form of keyhole surgery involving small incisions where the surgeon controls a computer-enhanced robot, mimicking the surgeon’s hands and wrist movements, and allowing absolute precision.

Addenbrooke’s currently only has one surgical robot, which is dedicated to kidney, bladder, and prostate cancer patients. This appeal will help fund another surgical robot, revolutionising…

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Cambridgeshire/England - Freemasons support robotic surgery appeal

 

Cambridgeshire/England - Freemasons support robotic surgery appeal
 

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