cybersurgery

Any surgical technique that allows a surgeon, using a telecommunication conduit connected to a robotic instrument, to operate on a remote patient; a surgical procedure in which the operative field is accessed and manipulated with a digital interface controlled at a distance with joy sticks

cybersurgery

Surgery A surgical procedure in which the operative field is accessed and manipulated with a digital interface controlled at a distance, usually with joy sticks. See DaVinci.
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Cybersurgery: Advanced Technologies for Surgical Practice.
The PS10 for tickets for the 6-8pm event (with drinks and nibbles included) will be donated to the Charlie Bear Appeal for Cybersurgery, for cancer treatment in the region.
Telesurgery, also referred to as cybersurgery, is most commonly defined as a surgical technique which allows for a surgeon to operate on a patient remotely, either from a different location or at a close proximity, through a telecommunications channel attached to a robotic operating machine.
Charlie Bear aims to raise pounds 3m for a specialist piece of equipment to help doctors deliver "cybersurgery", a precise form of radiation treatment, for cancer patients.
However, the Jones' are fortunate because this local hospital recently opened a new cybersurgery wing which would allow John access to a surgeon in New York via remotely operated surgical device.
The charity, based at the Freeman Hospital is in the process of working towards raising pounds 3 million for a specialised piece of equipment for the delivery of cybersurgery. With the only two other machines available on the NHS based around London, the Charlie Bear Cybersurgery Appeal is hugely important for the North East.
Yesterday's event was supporting the charity's efforts to raise pounds 3m to buy specialised equipment for the delivery of cybersurgery, technology which is available in London but not the North East.
Meghan Hamilton-Piercy, Note, Cybersurgery: Why the United States should Embrace This Emerging Technology, 7 J.
The charity, based at the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle, is working towards raising pounds 3 million for a specialised piece of equipment for the delivery of cybersurgery.
The cash raised will be split between the trust fund and the Charlie Bear Cybersurgery Appeal.
Organised by Year 13 students Hannah Wrightston and Jessica Wilkes, the fashion show was one of the steps taken towards raising the pounds 3m needed by Charlie Bear to purchase a new piece of equipment for Cybersurgery; a radiotherapy technique.