Poll: Will new technology bring a resurgence in enthusiasm for single port surgery?


Much innovation has taken place in the field of minimally invasive gynecologic surgery in the last decade. Enthusiasm for single-port surgery has waned over the past decade, due to factors like Reimbursement issues and technical demand led to a decrease in enthusiasm, but robotics companies continue to develop new solutions.

Robotics companies have developed solutions that enable minimally invasive gynecologic surgeons to triangulate instruments with greater ease.

In a recent roundtable, 4 renowned minimally invasive gynecologic surgeons discussed their experiences using novel vaginal natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery (vNOTES) technology. Watch the video here or listen on Contemporary OB/GYN®'s podcast Pap Talk.

Do you expect new technology, like vNOTES, to revive the industry's enthusiasm for single-port surgery?

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