Current Thoracic Surgery 2022 , Vol 7 , Issue 1
Surgeon powered robotic lobectomy: first case performed in Turkey
Celal Bugra Sezen1,Muzaffer Metin1
1Department of Thoracic Surgery, Yedikule Chest Diseases and Thoracic Surgery Education and Research Hospital, İstanbul, Turkey DOI : 10.26663/cts.2022.008 Viewed : 1367 - Downloaded : 550 In this case report, the case of non-small cell lung cancer resection performed with surgeon-powered robotic surgery (sPRS) was evaluated in light of the literature. A 62-year-old male patient applied to our clinic with the complaint of non-specific chest pain. On the tomography of the patient, a mass of approximately 1 cm in the lower lobe of the right lung was detected, and there was no distant metastasis. A transthoracic needle biopsy was performed on the patient. Right lower lobectomy operation was performed using wristed instruments (Artisential® Wristed Instruments) in this non-small cell lung cancer patient. sPRS provides more mobility than VATS and we think that it is a more cost effective surgical instrument than robotic surgery. We think that surgeons should embrace new technologies in order to provide more benefits to patients. Keywords : Non-small cell lung cancer, robotic surgery, surgeon powered robotic surgery, lobectomy, VATS