Hospital Rambla is a pioneer in complex surgery through the use of 3D technology

Hospital Rambla University Hospital is at the forefront thanks to its precision in surgical approach. Its complex surgical unit uses 3D reconstruction provided by CELLA technology for personalized planning of highly risky operations.

Dr. Manuel Barrera Gómez, head of the General Surgery and Digestive System Service, explains that these new techniques make it possible to reconstruct the patient's anatomy with 3D models with greater precision. In this way, the medical team creating the unit is able to prepare the approach to surgery more precisely. “Right now we can accurately determine the dimensions of the tumor, identifying conditions with other involved organs or vascular structures to avoid unexpected complications during surgery,” he explains.

In this way, it is possible to determine if the lesion can be removed early or if it is necessary to start pre-treatment such as radiotherapy or chemotherapy in case of complex or metastatic tumors, avoid unnecessary interventions and somehow operate them in the immediate future. “On the other hand, these techniques are useful for establishing clear boundaries before activities,” explains Barrera.

More complex surgery requires specific training with multidisciplinary teams such as oncologists, gastroenterologists, anesthesiologists, radiologists, endoluminal diagnosis and treatment, nuclear medicine and internal medicine, and relies on laparoscopic surgery for best results.

Thanks to laparoscopic surgery, surgical procedures are performed with minimal invasiveness. Equipped with state-of-the-art technology, high-definition cameras and specialized equipment are integrated to improve accuracy and speed patient recovery. High technical and equipment qualification not only shortens the hospitalization time but also facilitates the postoperative period.

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Among the surgical services offered by the unit, oncology surgery stands out, operating on oesophagus, stomach, colon, liver, pancreas and liver metastases. In addition, adrenal and thyroid operations (parathyroid, nodules, and primary or metastatic adrenal masses), proctological, obesity, and emergency operations are also more common in the specialty.

In this sense, Dr. Barrera explains that this technology, capable of creating three-dimensional reconstructions based on digital models such as CT and Magnetic Resonance, has allowed healthcare professionals to improve the accuracy and efficiency of medical procedures.

Hosbitton Group is a pioneer in this type of oncology operations in the medical field as it has minimally invasive and highly effective medical equipment, technology and equipment for complex diseases.

A multidisciplinary team of engineers, mathematicians, and physicists, along with medical imaging technicians and radiologists, participates in the 3D reconstruction of the Cella patient's anatomy.

To implement these models, first, experts receive medical images and radiology reports anonymously through their web site. Next, technologists and radiologists analyze and identify anatomical structures using artificial intelligence and advanced algorithms. The resulting model is presented on a platform with tools to support surgical planning, and surgeons can optionally request a physical representation made using 3D printing.

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