INTRODUCTION What is Prostatitis? Prostatitis can be painful. However, acute and chronic prostatitis (CP) are different and may require different courses of treatment. Prostatitis is a condition that primarily affects younger men. It is characterized by severe pain in the pelvis, usually between the anus and the...

INTRODUCTION What is Testicular torsion ? Testicular torsion is a medical condition in males where the testicles twist around the spermatic cord that supports them in the scrotum. When this occurs, the blood flow to the testicle is restricted. Adult men need to take note of...

INTRODUCTION What is Testicular cancer ? Testicular cancer is a type of cancer (out of control/abnormal cell growth) that initiates in the testicles, an essential part of the male reproductive system. The testicles are responsible for generating male hormones such as testosterone and sperm, which fertilize a...

INTRODUCTION What Is Urethritis? Urethritis occurs when the urethra, the narrow tube that carries urine and bodily fluids from the bladder to the external urinary opening, becomes inflamed and irritated. The urethra also carries sperm in males. Non-specific urethritis can also occur in males without...

INTRODUCTION Leukemia in Children There’s nothing more devastating than being told that your child may potentially have leukemia. A stressful and anxiety-inducing situation such as this is going to drastically change the child as well as their family's life moving forwards. If you have found yourself...

INTRODUCTION Recurrence of prostate cancer Although prostate cancer is a highly treatable type of cancer, many patients are concerned deeply about its recurrence. A recurrence of prostate cancer signifies that the cancer has returned, either in the same place where it originally developed or elsewhere in the...

INTRODUCTION What Is Liver Cancer? Being diagnosed with liver cancer can be devastating. It can be life-threatening if not diagnosed and treated in its early stages. It may spread to the colon and find its way into the bloodstream. However, the causes of liver cancer have been...

INTRODUCTION What Is Cancer? Cancer, the deadly disease which no one wants to contract has seen an upward trajectory in recent years. This menace has been on the rise and is not displaying any signs of slowing down any time soon. For many, the fear of being...

INTRODUCTION What Is Lung Cancer? Lung cancer typically starts in the lungs and is one of the most common causes of cancer-related deaths worldwide. Smokers tend to be more susceptible to the disease, but people who have never smoked can also be affected. If you have been...

INTRODUCTION What Is Breast Cancer? Breast cancer is the leading form of cancer in women. It has picked up momentum and surpassed all types of cancer over the years. This trend is alarming, because breast cancer can develop in women of all ages. The trend...

INTRODUCTION Introduction The radical prostatectomy is a procedure performed to treat prostate cancer or benign prostate hyperplasia. It entails the complete or partial removal of the prostate gland in the male reproductive system. Prostate glands are an integral part of the male reproductive system. They are a walnut-shaped...

INTRODUCTION Introduction Chemotherapy has long been recognized for the many benefits of fighting cancer, but for many- it is just as well known for the unpleasant issues it can cause. Though the drawbacks and side effects are temporary, they can be distressing and painful to go through....

Introduction Chemotherapy is one of the treatments that cancer specialists prescribe to cancer patients. While it is a successful treatment in most cases, it is also difficult for patients and their families to go through. If you know someone going through it or, if you...

INTRODUCTION Why Breast Cancer is the Leading Cancer in Women The incidence of breast cancer is higher in women, which is why breast cancer remains the second leading cause of death after lung cancer. Statistics suggest that 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer...

Introduction Lung cancer is the second most common cancer in adults after breast cancer. It has escalated in frequency and intensity during recent years as well. Many factors contribute to this devastating disease and its rise over the years. Being diagnosed with lung cancer is a...

Introduction Even though most cancers develop in adults, they can affect any part of the body and occur in people of all ages, including children. Here are the most common types of cancer in children. According to a population-based study, approximately 400,000 children and young adults between...

COVID-19 pandemic Introduction Cancer - the deadly disease which no one wants to contract has seen an upward trajectory in recent years. This menace has been on the rise and is not showing any signs of slowing down anytime soon. For many, the fear of getting...

Patient WEBINAR Gender Identity Establishment in Children https://youtu.be/zW7rZp9R0u4 Dr. Sanjay Pandey, a reconstructive urologist with an inclination into the subject of Gender reassignment dives deep in bringing society closer to the needs of these children and much-needed empowerment and encouragement in challenges on medical care, smoothens guidelines and...

MASTERCLASS Urethroplasty https://youtu.be/KY6DsIIonZI NOTE: GRAPHIC SURGERY VIDEO FOOTAGE! | Lectures, with PPT's and surgery videos. 1:28:00 The Vattikuti Foundation hosted a Master Class for Urologists on Urethroplasty, with 3- experts sharing their techniques for correcting defects and repairing injuries. Introduction: Dr Mahendra Bhandari “Penile Urethral Strictures”Dr Pankaj M Joshi, Reconstructive Urologist,...

MASTERCLASS Role of HIPEC and PIPAC for Epithelial Ovarian Cancer, the Dutch experience and the role of PIPAC in recurrent ovarian cancer https://youtu.be/Q-1TxL1dkLo The 2-hour Masterclass was filled with important content from the top researchers in the world. Prof. Dr. Somashekhar S. P. served as the moderator, and...

site news Manipal gets First da Vinci X Surgical System Date : September 26th, 2017 Sunday, September 17, 2017 marks the date when Dr. S. P. Somashekhar, Chairman & HOD Surgical Oncology, Manipal Health Enterprise performed the inaugural surgical procedure on Manipal Hospital's new da Vinci X surgical...

site news Dr Mahendra Bhandari Receives Award in Lucknow Date : December 4th, 2017 It truly is a pleasure to work for and with our CEO, Dr. Mahendra Bhandari. Sometimes though, we fail to realize what a force he has been in Medicine throughout his career. ...

site news Mentoring Makes a Difference Date : May 11th, 2017 We like receiving good news at the Vattikuti Foundation. This week, we had a nice chain of emails about how one of our partner surgeons- Prof. Dr. S. P. Somashekhar helped a new robotic surgeon and...

Guidelines for COVID-19 infection prevention In Immunosuppressed individuals | Patients on Chemotherapy | Post-Transplant Patients As the rise in COVID-19 cases picks up momentum, many high-risk individuals are being advised by medical professionals to take strict caution. For them, the virus which keeps mutating and evolving is...

How to Keep Your Immune System Boosted If you’re someone who falls sick quite a lot, feels weakness after an ordinary chore or has recurring headaches, then you may have a weak immune system. The immune system can be described as our body’s defense mechanism against illnesses and...

How Do You Manage to Quarantine at Home When One Member of the Family Has COVID Are you struggling to quarantine at home with an infected family member? Follow the given guidelines to quarantine at home effectively. Quarantining has become quite the norm since the dawn of the...

Below are some Guidelines to follow for domiciliary care of COVID-19 patients Taking care of a COVID-19 patient can be a stressful and anxiety-inducing situation. Especially since precautions need to be taken by ensuring proper use of protective gear and maintaining social distancing. If you know someone who...

Vaccines in India Efficacy, Failure, and Importance of Getting Vaccinated While the Indian national healthcare system suffers the worst breakdown in its history, its vaccination drives also remain the biggest in the world. So far, India has administered more than 125 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines despite...

Thinking of laying back on social distancing protocols? Here are all the reasons why you should practice distance even after getting vaccinated. Why Social Distancing and Masking Is Essential Even for Vaccinated People The recent vaccines for COVID-19 are a sign of relief for sure but only...

COVID-19 pandemic Introduction According to the World Health Organization’s (WHO) website, the current statistic as of April 2021 has 148,329,348 confirmed COVID-19 cases globally. The recent wave of pandemic in India has gripped the world’s attention with its overwhelming need for hospital resources and oxygen. As...

INTRODUCTION What types of cancer are commonly found in adults? Having your doctor tell you that lab results have detected cancer can be devastating. It can be a rollercoaster of emotions and a downward spiral from then on as you figure out which treatment option is the...

Patient WEBINAR Good Night, Sleep Tight - How to Sleep Healthy! https://youtu.be/3I4uXzSRyM0 The Vattikuti Foundation brings in Dr Sahil Chopra, of Empower Sleep in California and Dr. Saurav Luthra, Assistant Professor at the University of Kansas Medical center. They provide a thorough look at why sleep is difficult...

Patient WEBINAR Yog- The Art of Being https://youtu.be/DydCBCjahDk Yoga in the Western world often denotes a modern form of hatha yoga and yoga as exercise, consisting largely of the postures or asanas, Yog in its original form is not just a process of achieving physical and mental wellbeing,...

site news VFRSI Adds New Partner Southfield, MI, USA- The Vattikuti Foundation adds Providence Hospital, Southfield, Michigan, to the Vattikuti Foundation Robotic Surgery Institute global network. A one million dollar donation, funding a new da Vinci Si surgical robot system- marks the beginning of a new partnership...

MASTERCLASS Low Pressure Robotic Cystectomy and Robotic Urinary Diversion https://youtu.be/rv6UxwSy69M The Robotic Cystectomy Masterclass organised by the Vattikuti Foundation focuses on the role of using the new technique of low pneumoperitoneum pressure for robotic cystectomy. This is an exceptional program suggested for Urologists doing the procedures listed in...

MASTERCLASS - In collaboration with the International Continence Society Identification and Treatment of High-Risk Neurogenic Bladder Can the Global Urological Community Eliminate Preventable Kidney Disease? https://youtu.be/4cWgwBtiHWw Renal failure is the risk inherent to the neurogenic bladder. Historically, in pre urodynamic era renal dysfunction occurred in half the patients with...

MASTERCLASS Evolving Role of BCG in Non-Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer Myths and Facts https://youtu.be/TEJ3cr9Hal0 In this live Masterclass, an international faculty of top experts offered an overview of BCG therapy in Non-Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer (NMIBC) and its future developments through didactic lectures, case studies & panel discussion. An Overview...

MEDICAL WEBINAR Digital Urologic Surgery https://youtu.be/vwKuihe2nWw Dr. Mahendra Bhandari, CEO of the Vattikuti Foundation, Renal Transplant Urologist, AI Expert and Director of Robotic Surgery Education & Research for the Vattikuti Urology Institute, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, has prepared an important program for Urologists looking towards the future...

Are you experiencing STD (sexually transmitted disease) symptoms? What Are STDs? ‘STDs’ is short for sexually transmitted diseases. These diseases spread via various sexual activities. The contact can be oral, vaginal, or anal. However, some may be transmitted via close physical contact of the skin as well...

INTRODUCTION What are Mumps and What Causes Them? Mumps is a viral infection caused by a virus called Paramyxovirus. It causes symptoms of viral infection, including fever, fatigue, and muscle pain. This virus infects a pair of salivary glands (parotid glands) found in the cheek, near the...

introduction Decision Making In the Treatment of Prostate Cancer A prostate cancer diagnosis can be hard on your mental, physical and emotional well-being. However, the good news is that it is often curable. Making the relevant prostate cancer treatment choice may not be simple at first. This is...

introduction What Is a Prostate Biopsy? A prostate biopsy is a procedure where small samples of your prostate gland are removed and examined under a microscope after a process to determine the grade (level of agreesiveness) of your prostate cancer. The prostate is a gland right...

introduction How is Prostate Cancer Staged and Graded? According to the World Cancer Research Fund, prostate cancer is the second most common cancer that occurs in men. It is also the fourth most common cancer that occurs overall. Cancer.net has also predicted that an estimated 248,530 men...

introduction How to Treat Prostate a Cancer Recurrence – Don’t Give Up Just Yet! Dealing with prostate cancer and its treatment is tough on its own. It takes a toll on not just your physical health but your mental well-being as well. No one wants to go...

introduction Prostate Cancer- Treatment Options? Have you just received your biopsy report stating that you have been diagnosed with prostate cancer? The worry that must have followed is what to do next, what are the various treatment options out there, and which one should you pick? If you...

introduction What Is Prostate-Specific Antigen? Prostate-Specific Antigen, or PSA, is a product of your prostate gland’s function. High PSA levels could be indicative of prostate cancer. Moreover, high levels could also indicate an enlarged prostate gland or prostatitis (infection of the prostate), which is a...

introduction Chronic Backache Could Be Secondary to Prostate Cancer Prostate cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer-related deaths among males, which is why screenings and timely attention to potential symptoms are very important. This type of cancer can commonly spread outside the prostate area in...

introduction What is Urinary incontinence? Urinary incontinence is a medical condition in which an individual is unable to control urination, leading to a continuous dribble of urine. It is one of the major complications following radical prostatectomy, a surgery carried out to treat prostate cancer. With the...

INTRODUCTION Prostate Cancer and Importance of Diagnosis Prostate cancer is the most commonly found malignant cancer in males above the age of 65 years old. It originates in the peripheral zone of the prostate. It forms when there is an abnormal and uncontrolled growth of the cells,...

INTRODUCTION About the Prostate Gland The prostate gland is a glandular tissue found in males, and it is present at the bottom of the bladder. It is a part of the male genital tract and produces 30% of the total seminal fluid. Seminal fluid is the fluid...

introduction What is a Radical Prostatectomy? Radical prostatectomy is the surgical procedure carried out to treat early and sometimes locally advanced prostate cancer. Only patients whose cancer is within the confinement of their prostate gland could expect a long-term recurrence free survival. A Radical prostatectomy involves removing...

introduction What is Prostate Cancer? The most common type of cancer, prostate cancer, occurs in the prostate gland in males. The prostate is a small, walnut-shaped gland responsible for producing the fluid that transports sperms. occurrence How does Prostate Cancer Occur? The prostate is an organ located right under the...

introduction What is Uterine Cancer? Uterine cancer is a type of cancer that forms around the lining of the uterus, more commonly known as endometrial cancer. The majority of uterine cancer cases found in women are of endometrial cancer. There is another rare type of uterine cancer...

INTRODUCTION What is Colon Cancer? Colon cancer, also known as colorectal cancer, is a cancer of the large intestine. It begins with an abnormal growth in the intestine’s tissue lining called polyps. Polyps can either be cancerous or noncancerous in nature. In a colon cancer patient, these...

MEDICAL WEBINAR Trans Oral Robotic Surgery Patient Selection in Robotic surgery for cancer of the mouth & throat https://youtu.be/EEPwYjbPP-g On January 8, 2021, the Vattikuti Foundation Webinar Series presented: "Trans Oral Robotic Surgery: Patient Selection in Robotic surgery for cancer of the mouth & throat” Keynote speaker: Dr. Surender Dabas,...

Patient WEBINAR In Person vs. Virtual Healthcare https://youtu.be/ZKspzUHKO98 The Covid-19 pandemic has caused an increase in the number of virtual consultations in comparison to pre-Covid times, across the globe. This shift is far from being a durable change. We at the Vattikuti Foundation strongly believe in outside-the-hospital care...

Patient WEBINAR Strategies to Prevent Lower Urinary Tract Infection in Women https://youtu.be/z0M2vuzT1TU The webinar was conducted by urologists Professors Divakar Dalela and Shivam Priyadarshi. They share information about establishing guidance for the evaluation and management of women with recurrent urinary tract infections, to prevent injudicious use of antibiotics,...

Patient WEBINAR Obesity Management: Current Concepts https://youtu.be/JDBR4DfmVFQ We are excited to have two top Bariatric Robotic Surgeons who joined us on April 23, 2021 for a patient-centric Vattikuti Foundation Webinar Series program on managing obesity. Obesity is the mother of many non-communicable diseases and is rapidly becoming a...

Patient WEBINAR Organ Donation https://youtu.be/iT7R9mxSmFM Vattikuti Foundation Webinar Series featured Transplant Surgeon Dr. Sunil Shroff. Dr. Shroff is affiliated with the Madras Medical Mission Hospital in Chennai and is the managing trustee of a non-government, non-profit organization called the MOHAN Foundation. A major focus of his work is...

Patient WEBINAR Colorectal Cancers All you need to know to reduce your risk https://youtu.be/Anvw-urZX-M March is observed as Colorectal Cancer Awareness month and in continuation with that awareness drive, we bring forth this webinar for patient education. Colorectal Cancers (CRCs) are the 3rd most common cancers in the world...

MEDICAL WEBINAR Recent Advances in Imparting Surgical Education https://youtu.be/YPC8rpximTo Prof. Dr. Alexandre Mottrie and Dr. Mahesh Desai take a thorough look at how the training of surgeons is being impacted by not only patient-driven changes, but how the European OCERT training program and initiatives in India are providing...

Patient WEBINAR Sexual Health & the Circle of Life https://youtu.be/19-RrA4tci0 The Vattikuti Foundation was honored to present the webinar: Sexual Health & the Circle of Life, Featuring Dr. Latika Chawla talking about woman's reproductive health, because this continues to be an important topic for women of all ages....

MEDICAL WEBINAR Trans Oral Robotic Surgery Patient Selection in Robotic surgery for cancer of the mouth & throat https://youtu.be/cjup1qdqfWU With Dr. Wooju Jeong, Sr. Urologist & Robotic Surgeon, Vattikuti Urology Institute, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Michigan. Vattikuti Foundation CEO Dr. Mahendra Bhandari served as Moderator for this very thorough...

Patient WEBINAR The Prostate : Myths Demystified https://youtu.be/il779PEWR6w https://youtu.be/-bn8ePowoH8 The Vattikuti Foundation Webinar Series Focus on Patients presents Drs. Pankaj Wadhwa & Gautam Ram Chaudhary presenting little known facts about the prostate. Men of all ages will benefit from this thorough look at one of the most misunderstood parts...

Patient WEBINAR Blood in urine: Is it an alarming symptom? https://youtu.be/IExOr8J7iHY The Vattikuti Foundation Webinar Series featured a LIVE program especially for patients- presented by Dr. Ashwin Tamhankar, a former Vattikuti Fellow. Dr. Tamhankar, now a respected Consultant Uro-oncologist & Robotic Surgeon in Navi Mumbai at Apollo Hospital...

MEDICAL WEBINAR Complex Ovarian Mass and Minimal Access Robot Assisted Surgery https://youtu.be/UjdIMsYbTD0 The Vattikuti Foundation Webinar Series is pleased to present this edited recording of the live program from two of India's top Robotic Surgeons, Drs. Rama Joshi and Anupama Rajanbabu who teamed up on Saturday December 19th...

Patient WEBINAR A Woman's Journey from Adolescence to Menopause https://youtu.be/RrRnFAYrLDE The Vattikuti Foundation Webinar Series presents another program in our Focus on Patients series: Drs. Anupama Bahadur & Lavanya Kiran team up to guide women through some of the top questions facing them through the generations. An informative...

Patient WEBINAR Decoding Cancer: Patient Perspective https://youtu.be/bx9gwt-4Vrw The Vattikuti Foundation Webinar Series features former Vattikuti Fellow Dr. Abhinav Deshpande, Consultant Onco & Robotic Surgeon at the National Cancer Institute, Nagpur as he presented a program specifically designed for informing Patients about the many facets of cancer prevention, diagnosis...

MEDICAL WEBINAR Robotic Kidney Transplant https://youtu.be/jscNMFhZkdA Robotic Kidney Transplant is a procedure the Vattikuti Foundation has been actively involved with for years. Now gaining popularity because of the ease of recovery and great outcomes for most patients- and the benefits surgeons have with the greater visualization of the...

MEDICAL WEBINAR Robotic RPLND for Post Chemotherapy NSGCT https://youtu.be/AXr9hY4BcEs This Vattikuti Webinar Series program was presented by Dr. Raghunath S.K. and moderated by Dr. Gagan Gautam. Both are leading Robotic Surgeons, sharing an in-depth look at a difficult procedure made better through robotic surgery. Lecture (webinar), with PPT's,...

Patient WEBINAR How Robotics has Improved Outcomes in Kidney Surgery https://youtu.be/iB8aMLpU0Vc 'How Robotics has Improved Outcomes in Kidney Surgery' is the complete title of the program presented by Drs. Ashwin Mallya & Santosh Waigankar. Both are former Vattikuti Fellows, now practicing in two of India's top hospitals. The...

PATIENT WEBINAR Robotics in Infertility https://youtu.be/FhGG0ETfQLQ Dr. Lavanya Kiran and Dr. Anupama Bahadur teamed up to present 'Robotics in Infertility,' as a webinar on October 24th 2020. Dr. Kiran's presentation begins about 4-minnutes in, and was very thorough and informative. A discussion followed, with Dr. Anupama Bahadur, Dr....

Patient WEBINAR Let's talk about robotic surgery Robotic Surgery. You may have heard about it, but don’t really know what it's all about. Dr. Santosh Waigankar, a former Vattikuti Fellow now practicing at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, has a fresh perspective as a young, highly- trained...

MEDICAL WEBINAR Total Robotic Whipple's- Achilles Heel of a Surgeon https://youtu.be/hdFStVN3vZE The Vattikuti Foundation Webinar Series program for Saturday, October 10, 2020 was Total Robotic Whipple's, Achilles heel of a Surgeon, presented by Dr. Madhu Devarasetty, Keynote Speaker, and Moderated by Dr. Ashwinikumar Kudari. All robotic Surgeons will...

MEDICAL WEBINAR Robotic Surgery for Large Fibroids https://youtu.be/sXkx2a-WB_o As part of the Vattikuti Webinar Series, Drs. Rooma Sinha & Anshumala Shukla-Kulkarni teamed up to present Robotic Surgery for Large Fibroids: Pushing the Envelope in Large Tumors in a LIVE webinar. This was the first gynecologic program in...

MEDICAL WEBINAR Robotic Hernia Surgery https://youtu.be/qzO2DiMDZ3s From the Vattikuti Webinar Series: Robotic Hernia Surgery: Dr. Arun Prasad presents his experiences in laparoscopic and robotic surgery for various types of hernias. He explains how costs for both procedures are now considered about equal in most instances. Dr. Parveen Bhatia...

MEDICAL WEBINAR The Rapido Trial Rectal Cancer and Pre-operative Induction Therapy Followed by Dedicated Operation https://youtu.be/gGx8KtJGlpw On August 15, the Vattikuti Foundation was pleased to present Dr. Avanish Saklani, Professor, Robotic Colorectal & Surgical Oncology at Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai as the featured presenter for the Vattikuti Webinar Series....

MEDICAL WEBINAR Intracorporeal Orthotopic Continent Diversion https://youtu.be/dI6HUKO0X9o The first presenter is Dr. Sudhir Rawal, Medical Director and Chief of Genito Uro-Oncology Services at the Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute & Research Centre, Delhi. His topic is: Intracorporeal Orthotopic Continent Diversion. He takes a thorough look at this life-changing procedure-...

The Vattikuti Collective Quality Initiative database was used for a study of Machine Learning (ML) being used to help predict outcomes for partial nephrectomy patients. 'Predicting intra‐operative and postoperative consequential events using machine‐learning techniques in patients undergoing robot‐assisted partial nephrectomy: a Vattikuti Collective Quality...

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To report long-term oncological and functional outcome of Transoral Robotic Surgery escalated treatment including radiotherapy or chemoradiotherapy for Stage III-IV HPV negative oropharyngeal malignancies. METHOD: From March 2013 to September 2015, 153 patients with oropharyngeal carcinoma were included in the study. Patients were evaluated for...

To evaluate retroperitoneal robot-assisted partial nephrectomy (RAPN) against transperitoneal approach in a multi-institutional prospective database, after accounting for potential selection bias that may affect this comparison. PATIENTS AND METHODS: Post-hoc analysis of the prospective arm of the Vattikuti Collective Quality Initiative database from 2014-2018. Six...

DATE : August 2, 2012 KIMS Successfully Completes Over 100 Robotic Surgeries Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences Hyderabad, India - Earlier this year, Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS) Hyderabad completed over 100 cases in robotic surgery. KIMS is the first hospital in Andhra Pradesh to use the...

Date: July 26, 2012 Asian Heart Performs First Gynecology Surgery Asian Heart Institute, Mumbai, India Asian Heart Institute in Mumbai, India and the Vattikuti Foundation in Southfield, Michigan, USA have joined together to create the Asian Vattikuti Institute of Robotic Sugery. The team of surgeons at Asian...

DATE: April 10, 2012 Sir Ganga Ram Hospital establishes the Institute of Robotic Surgery New Delhi, India The Institute of Robotic Surgery has been established with pride at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital (SGRH) in New Delhi, India on 15th March, 2012 with the installation of Intuitive Surgical’s state-of-the-art...

DATE: March 20, 2012 New relationship with Onze-Lieve-Vrouwziekenhuis (OLV) hospital Aalst, Belgium The Vattikuti Foundation has completed a Memorandum of Understanding with the OLV Hospital in Aalst, Belgium announcing the formation of the OLV Robotic Surgery Institute. Already a Vattikuti Foundation partner, the ORSI will formally...

Date: February 15, 2012 VFRSI Adds New Partner Providence Hospital, Southfield, Michigan Southfield, MI, USA- The Vattikuti Foundation adds Providence Hospital, Southfield, Michigan, to the Vattikuti Foundation Robotic Surgery Institute global network. A one million dollar donation, funding a new da Vinci Si surgical robot system- marks the...