Successful Sleeve Resection as a Marker for Proficiency for Robotic Pulmonary Resection.

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Summary of "Successful Sleeve Resection as a Marker for Proficiency for Robotic Pulmonary Resection."

Robot technology is a revolutionary technique to overcome limitations of minimal invasive surgery. The proficiency level varies from study to study. We considered the first sleeve lobectomy as a benchmark procedure to evaluate the proficiency level.


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Name: The Thoracic and cardiovascular surgeon
ISSN: 1439-1902


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