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Quality and training issues come to light regarding robotic surgery

The da Vinci Surgical System was first introduced into healthcare in 2000, following FDA approval. The cutting-edge system allowed ­surgeons to sit at a console and manipulate small instruments using high-­definition 3-D images. It was touted as a safer and more effective way to operate.

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