ORLive Highlights Live Robotic Case Studies During All Day Web Event

FARMINGTON, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- BroadcastMed’s premiere web portal ORLive is proud to highlight three live robotic case studies from South Miami Hospital’s Center for Robotic Surgery. On Wednesday, May 16th, viewers will able to watch three different procedures from first incision to closure. Procedures will feature advanced techniques in general, gynecologic, and thoracic surgery. South Miami Hospital surgeons are paving the way for future generations of robotic surgery and the Center is one of the busiest in the world in terms of volume.

The case schedule for the day will be as follows:

  • 9:00am - Robot-Assisted Lobectomy using the “Dylewski Method” with Mark Dylewski, M.D.
  • 12:00pm - Fully Robotic Single-Port Cholecystectomy with Jorge Rabaza, M.D.
  • 3:00pm – Removal of Fibroid Uterus Using a Vessel Sealer with Ricardo Estape, M.D.

Viewers are encouraged to register now for the events to have easier access when they want to view the programs. They are also invited to email questions and comments during the procedures and all procedures will be available for viewing on desktop and mobile devices.

Don’t miss “Look In On Us: Live cases from South Miami Hospital’s Center for Robotic Surgery” Wednesday, May 16th –beginning at 9:00am Eastern.

Learn more about this and other web events at www.ORLive.com. You can sign up for our weekly e-newsletter and follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Plus, to see numerous health videos from a wide-range of specialties, check out our YouTube Channel.

About BroadcastMed, Inc.

BroadcastMed is an online medical broadcasting company. We help the World’s leading hospitals and medical device companies create and deliver trusted educational content to physicians. Our clients rely on us to deliver measurable results by expanding their reach through the BroadcastMed syndication network which includes ORLive.com, ranked among the top three online destinations for physicians.


BroadcastMed, Inc.
Todd Leddy, 860-760-4217
Marketing & Promotions Manager
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