79 - Robotic Surgery: Characterization of Patient in a Private Hospital at São Paulo
Description: Minimally invasive surgical procedures are increasingly performed in hospitals in Brazil. This is due to the investments that take place in the Surgical Centers and the advent of the latest technology and the training and development of healthcare, medical and nursing professionals. Since March 2008, with the arrival of the da Vinci® Robot in Brazilian hospitals, the number of operated patients has been increasing, according to Intuitive Surgical. The objective is to present the characterization of the profile of patients undergoing robotic surgery in a private hospital in São Paulo. A primary, retrospective, documentary study with a quantitative approach was performed. The sample consisted of medical records and databases of patients undergoing robotic surgery from December 6, 2012 to December 31, 2018. The study consisted of 3,286 patient surgery data. The study complied with the recommendations of Resolution 466/2012 on ethics in research involving human subjects. 594/5000Age ranged from 14 to 93 years, with a mean of 57.1 years; 2,543 (77.4%) men, with an average weight of 82.3 kg and body mass index with an average of 27.6 kg / m². The health institution, home of the study, has two da Vinci® robotic platforms (Si and Xi). The da Vinci® Si Robot was used in 3,202 (97.4%) surgeries and the specialties involved in most surgical procedures were urology with (64.3%) and general surgery with (32.5%). The most frequent procedures were radical prostatectomy (52.4%), gastric septation (13.5%) and partial nephrectomy (8.2%) patients.