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The tiny claws of the da Vinci Surgical System, operated by registered nurse Matthew Girc delicately remove and small rubber bands during a demonstration of the robotic surgery machine on Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2013.
Looking at a digital image similar to a video game, registered nurse Matthew Girc demonstrates the da Vinci Surgical System by placing objects in cups of the same color on Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2013. During an actual surgery the surgeon will the a 3-D display of the patient provided by a camera.
The da Vinci Surgical System uses small clamps and other tools attached to robotic arms so surgeons can operate on patients remotely.
The da Vinci Surgical System, a new robotic surgery machine, is controlled by a surgeon through a console that displays a three-dimensional image.
Each arm of the da Vinci Surgical System can be fitted with a different surgical tool.
Registered nurse Matthew Girc controls the robotic arms of the daVinci Surgical System from a console that displays a three-dimensional image at Lodi Memorial Hospital on Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2013.
Registered nurse Matthew Girc controls the da Vinci Surgical System by simply pinching his fingers and moving his arms, manipulating the controls at a console on Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2013.
Surgeons looking at the da Vinci Surgical System display will see a three-dimensional image of the patient they are performing surgery on. For demonstrations digital arms are controlled to move rings onto pegs similar to a video game.
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