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Robotic Surgeons Council of India - Dr Roopina Sangha

Gynecologist and robotic surgeon Roopina Sangha, from Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit was asked to speak to the Robotic Surgeons Council of India meeting because she was already visiting in India as a mentor.  Her impromptu remarks were heartfelt, informative and inspiring.  "Please be invested into learning how to do the whole procedure, not just sitting on the   console, because sitting on the console is the easiest part... It's setting up the patient the right way." was just some of her advice to the Council.

Surgeon Name: Dr. Roopina Sangha
Robotic Surgeons Council of India Robotic Surgery
06:49 min