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Killer Robots: Surgical Robot Da Vinci Operated By Surgeon Sukumaran Nair KNOCKED Medic's Hand During Heart Operation Killing Patient


A surgeon has described the tense atmosphere in an operating theatre as a pioneering robotic heart operation went catastrophically wrong. At one point one of the assisting medics had his arms knocked by the robot which was being used to repair retired music teacher and conductor Stephen Pettitt's heart valve, an inquest was told. Communication between lead surgeon Sukumaran Nair and his assisting surgeon Thasee Pillay was difficult because of the 'tinny' sound quality coming from the robot console being operated by Nair. Mr Pillay told how he had to raise his voice as the robot knocked one of the theatre assistants and when he realised that stitches in 69-year-old Mr Pettitt's heart were not being placed in 'an organised fashion.' Source 

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