Robotic Anatomic Pulmonary Resection (Ongoing)

Posted On 2020-06-04 01:54:26



This series on “Robotic Anatomic Pulmonary Resection” is edited by Dr. Richard Lazzaro, MD, Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, NY, USA.

Richard Lazzaro, MD
Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, NY, USA

Dr. Richard Lazzaro is the system director of robotic thoracic surgery at Northwell Health, and the chief of thoracic surgery and director of robotic thoracic surgery at Lenox Hill Heart & Lung. As a renowned national leader, Dr. Lazzaro has pioneered many groundbreaking firsts, bringing more than 20 years of specialized expertise in minimally invasive and robotic thoracic surgery. It’s this experience that has helped him and his team earn recognition from the Surgical Review Corporation as America s first Robotic Surgery Network of Excellence.

Series outline:

  1. Introduction to the series
  2. Right Pneumonectomy
  3. Left Pneumonectomy
  4. Right Upper Lobectomy
  5. Right Upper Lobe Segmentectomy
  6. Left Upper Lobectomy
  7. Left Upper Lobe Segmentectomy
  8. Bilobectomy
  9. Right Middle Lobectomy
  10. Right Lower Lobectomy
  11. Left Lower Lobectomy
  12. Right Lower Lobe Segmentectomy
  13. Left Lower Lobe Segmentectomy
  14. Sleeve Right Upper Lobectomy
  15. Sleeve Left Upper Lobectomy
  16. Bronchial Sleeve Resection
  17. Sleeve lower lobectomy
  18. Lymphadenectomy
  19. From novice to proficient to master anatomic pulmonary lung resection
  20. Transitioning from anatomic lobectomy to segmentectomy: pearls of wisdom
  21. Training residents to do anatomic pulmonary resection
  22. Future of Robotic Assisted Anatomic Pulmonary Resection
  23. Robotic Anatomic Pulmonary Resection - the data
  24. Robotic assisted en bloc chest wall resection