Dr. David Samadi And His SMART Prostate Surgery Technique

It’s one of the things this man eats, drinks and breathes. He works long, hard hours, and he is a driven professional. He literally studies the newest techniques regarding prostate cancer surgery with his morning coffee. He is Dr. David Samadi, and if you have prostate cancer and live in the Northeast, he is the person you should talk to. And it’s not just because he is a dedicated professional either. It’s also because he has a pioneered a new procedure for prostate cancer, called the SMART technique.In the SMART technique, Dr. David Samadi utilizes the da Vinci robotic system and can have the patient fully recovered from the surgery in literally 24 hours or less. Moreover, this is a minimally invasive procedure that utilizes the latest technology in order to remove the cancerous prostate.

Dr. Samadi employs what is called a Surgeon Console in order to perform this procedure. In this console, he has the Patient-side Cart and the EndoWrist instruments, and Dr. Samadi employs his expert surgeon hands to move each instrument into the correct position for a successful surgery. He is the one controlling the robot every step of the way.One of the things that continually excites Dr. Samadi would be the INSITE Vision System. In this development, Dr. David Samadi is able to see the full surgical field of the patient’s prostate in a full 3D viewing picture. Of course, this is a vast improvement over the old surgical function, in which only 2D vision was present. Dr. Samadi knows that this surgical system will help almost any man with a prostate issue. You can call his office today for a pre-consultation and a discussion regarding your options.

Besides being the pioneer of new surgical procedures, Dr. Samadi also likes to keep track of famous individuals in the news who might have prostate cancer issues. One of these would be former Republican U.S. presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Dr. Samadi recently noted just how encouraged he was about Mitt Romney’s prostate cancer, characterizing his prognosis as “good.” Dr. Samadi also noted how Romney fit the typical demographic for someone facing an initial diagnosis of prostate cancer-that of man aged 65 or older. Romney had just turned 70 when he received his diagnosis.Along with Dr. Samadi, we all wish Mitt Romney the best and of course one can only hope he has a doctor with as much expertise as Dr. Samadi!