Da Vinci Robots Surgical Device
Da Vinci Robots are surgical devices that come with all the necessary tools a surgery needs to provide a complete set of complex surgeries [including…] but it does require extensive training. Some patients who have suffered severe and/or fatal injuries are suing the maker of Da Vinci robots, Intuitive, claiming that the robot is faulty and should not be on the market. Attorneys are currently accepting cases due to injury or pain from surgery where a Da Vinci robot was used.
What are Da Vinci Robots?
In 2000, the FDA approved the Da Vinci Surgical System developed by Intuitive Surgical for use in the United States. The multi-armed robot was created to assist surgeons with minimal invasive, pinpoint surgery through small incisions that don’t require doctors to cut through the patient’s abdomen.
The Da Vinci robot comes with all the necessary tools a surgeon needs to perform a complete set of complex surgeries but it does require extensive training.
Adverse Events for the Da Vinci Robot
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates over-the-counter and prescription drugs in the United States, including biological therapeutics and generic drugs. This work covers more than just medicines. For example, fluoride toothpaste, antiperspirants, dandruff shampoos and sunscreens are all considered drugs.
An adverse event is submitted to the FDA to report any undesirable experience associated with the use of a medical product in a patient. For drugs, this includes serious drug side effects, product use errors, product quality problems, and therapeutic failures for prescription or over-the-counter medicines and medicines administered to hospital patients or at outpatient infusion centers.
Regarding more information related to this product please check out this link to the FDA website.
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Current Lawsuits Regarding
Da Vinci Robots
If you or a loved one has been injured during a Da Vinci surgery, you may decide to file a lawsuit. Compensation can be made for medical bills, lost times from work, and permanent injuries among other damages. Attorneys are currently accepting cases due to injury or pain from surgery where a Da Vinci robot was used.