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Pediatric Minimally Invasive Surgery Video

 

Barry Chang, MD is a pediatric urologist at Cardon Children's Medical Center

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ASK THE EXPERT: Pediatric Minimally Invasive Surgery - Full Transcription

Text:     This video is designed to provide accurate and authoritative information in regard to the subject matter covered. It is not intended to provide professional medical advice or any other professional service. If medical or other professional assistance is required, the services of a competent professional should be sought.

Audio:  Opening Theme Music

Text:     Banner Health Presents: Ask the Expert
   
Text: Barry Chang - Pediatric Urologist
Cardon Children’s Medical Center

Images: Barry Chang, MD, speaks off and on-camera.
Dr. Chang indicates on drawing the locations of incisions

Audio:  “The minimally evasive surgery is a type of surgery that can be done through several tiny incisions such as this. You can see the incision that we made on the abdomen.”

Images: Barry Chang, MD, speaks off and on-camera.
Dr. Chang displays the trocar used for minimally invasive surgeries
Dr. Chang displays & demonstrates the camera & specialized instrument

Audio: “Once we made the incisions, a small device called the trocar will insert through the incision. The surgeon will then insert a camera and specialized instrument through the trocar and operate inside the body.”

Images: Barry Chang, MD, speaks off and on-camera.

Text: Laparoscopic Surgeries
Robotic Surgeries
Endoscopic Surgeries

Audio: “Minimally invasive surgery includes laparoscopic surgeries, the robotic surgeries and endoscopic surgeries as well.”

Images: Barry Chang, MD, speaks off and on-camera.
Dr. Chang displays typical robotic instruments

Audio: “The Robotic surgery is one of the latest additions to minimally invasive surgery. The placement of the trocar is very similar as the standard laparoscopy, which I just demonstrated before. The instruments that we use are specially designed for the robotic. This is one of the typical robotic instruments.”

Images: Barry Chang, MD, speaks off and on-camera.
Dr. Chang displays photographs of surgeons using remote console for robotic surgery

Audio: “The surgeon will attach this instrument to the robot such as this. The surgeon then controls every movement of the robot from a remote console. This console can be in the same room or maybe in a different room. The 3D vision and the micro articulation of the instrument gives a surgeon a precise dissection during the procedure. This makes a complex operation much simpler compared to the standard laparoscopy.”

Images: Barry Chang, MD, speaks on-camera.

Text: Faster Recovery
Shorter Hospital Stay
Less Pain After Surgery

Audio: “Because the incisions are small, very little traumas are applied to the human body. This translates to faster recovery, shorter hospital stay and less pain after surgery. Most of the surgical procedures right now can be done using minimally invasive techniques, but not all of them. Your surgeon will evaluate your child to determine whether he or she can be a candidate for minimally evasive surgeries.”

Text:    For more health information from Banner Health experts
            Please visit www.BannerHealth.com or call Banner Health’s
            Physician Referral & Resource Line at 1(800) 230-CARE (2273)

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