StoneSprings Hospital Center has acquired a da Vinci Xi Surgical System, making it the only hospital in Northern Virginia to have a dual console da Vinci Xi with integrated table motion.
This robotic assisted technology allows our surgeons to operate using the tiniest incisions—with greater vision, precision and control.
“The robot has an entirely new design enabling easier and greater access to all quadrants of the abdomen. The technology aids surgeons in performing complex cases more efficiently,” Dr. Timothy Shaver, Medical Staff President at StoneSprings Hospital Center, stated.
The da Vinci Xi Surgical System uses advanced robotic, computer, and optical technologies to assist surgeons. Robotic surgery provides patients with a minimally-invasive alternative to open, or invasive, surgery, which in many cases reduces the complications associated with such procedures.
StoneSprings Hospital Center has also acquired and is Northern Virginia’s first Trumpf Medical TruSystem 7000dV surgical table. Rather than a traditional stationary table, this integrated surgical table moves in tandem with the da Vinci Xi, allowing for optimal positioning of the patient while the surgeon operates.
“Our goal is always to provide exceptional care to our patients, and one of the many ways we do that is by using the latest in surgical robotic innovations,” stated StoneSprings CEO Lance Jones.