Dr. David Samadi – Leading Urologic Robotics Assisted Surgery into the Future

     Dr. David Samadi is a respected expert in his chosen urology field. He is well-versed on the mechanics and knowledge of robotic surgery, and Dr. Samadi has performed over 7000 of these procedures thus far. Dr. Samadi was born in Iran, and is of Iranian and Jewish heritage. He grew up in the Middle East, where the culture is very different from his current American residence located in New York. Dr. David Samadi is the Chief of Robotic Surgery of Urology at his current employment – Lenox Hill Hospital – where he started in 2013. He is also Chairman of Urology at this same prestigious hospital.

Previously, Dr. Samadi worked at Mount Sinai Hospital as Chief of this hospital’s Minimally Invasive Surgery in the Department of Urology. This well-qualified doctor also acted as Chief of Mount Sinai’s Division of Robotics. Samadi specializes in minimally invasive surgery for prostate cancer, and is also a specialist in robotics. This esteemed doctor is among the nation’s leading urologic oncologists. This MD also is an expert in Robotic Assisted Laparoscopic Prostatectomy. He is recognized as a natural leader in all prostate cancer treatments. Dr. Samadi has performed many robotic surgeries all around the globe, including London, Germany, Spain, France, Dominican Republic and Greece.

With his extensive travel, Dr. Samadi has been exposed to many cultures, making him more understanding and versatile. He teaches (specialty surgical) procedures and performs surgeries himself when needed. He enjoys assisting doctors wanting to learn robotic surgery techniques. These robotics surgeries are often very complex because a male urethra, with it’s minute opening, doesn’t provide much space. While doing the laparoscopic surgeries, an operative camera allows the doctor to take video and to snap pictures, both helpful for location when doing operations on these tiny anatomical structures.

When a surgeon utilizes a robot to assist surgeries, the surgeon sits at the machine’s console off field. Special laparoscopic instruments are in the patient’s body, and the robotic arms make the movements controlled by the surgeon operating/programming the machine. This is similar to playing video games, but much more complicated. The robot allows the surgeon to twist the laparoscopic instruments in any direction, even full wrist-circles, which surgeon’s can’t do alone. This doctor created SamadiMD.com to provide patient health education. Dr, Samadi is a Fox News Medical Correspondent and member of Medical A Team. He can often be seen on television.

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