Jozef Babeľa

University Hospital with the Policlinic of F. D. Roosevelt
Jozef Babeľa attended elementary school and grammar school in Brezno. After graduating from high school, he continued his studies of general medicine at Jessenius Faculty of Medicine in Martin. After his graduation he joined the Urology Department in Banská Bystrica University Hospital as a doctor. Within postgraduate education he gradually gained two attestations in urology and one in oncology in urology. In his practice he focuses on the treatment of oncological diseases of the uropoietic tract using laparoscopic and especially robotic surgical techniques.
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  • Robotic assisted surgery via da Vinci systém   |   Medzinárodný kongres ITAPA 2019

    The appearance of robotic systems in surgical fields became the revolution of surgical techniques. To be done, this type of surgery utilizes a laparoscopic mini-invasive approach. Da Vinci robotic system is used for controlling each one of the surgical instruments we use during surgery. To compare with the classic laparoscopic approach, the da Vinci system enhances the amplitude of movements of surgical instruments, it makes the surgery safer by increasing the level of preciseness. There is a great number of advantages of robotic-assisted surgery, here are some of them: patient spends less time in hospital and the period of healing is shorter and less painful for the patient, which is the result of progress in modern medicine.

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