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Sam B. Bhayani

Professor of Surgery (Urologic Surg)

Washington University

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Washington University

One Brookings Drive

St. Louis, Missouri,63130

United States

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Employment History

Research Director

Midwest Stone Institute


Professor of Urology, Surgery (Previously Assistant and Associate Professor)

Washington University Medical School


Affiliations

Johns Hopkins University

Instructor of Urology and Fellow, Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgery of Kidney and Prostate Cancer


Education

Cornell University


MD


MD

Washington University


masters degree

patient safety leadership

University of Illinois


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www.barnesjewishwestcounty.org

A Grandmother is Cancer Free After Robotic Surgery Performed by Sam Bhayani, MD
Washington University urologists, Sam Bhayani, MD, and Brian Benway, MD use robotic surgery to treat kidney cancer Washington University urologists, Sam Bhayani, MD, and Brian Benway, MD use robotic surgery to treat kidney cancer Above, Pangolin Pictures films Dr. Sam Bhayani as he explains how the da Vinci robot operates. Essentially, we were able to keep both of her kidneys," said Dr. Bhayani. "Dr. Bhayani seems to think that he got everything to where I won't have to take any chemo or radiation and that it's cured. Sam Bhayani, MD, Washington University urologist and chief medical officer at Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital (BJWCH), and his colleagues have pioneered use of the robot for kidney cancer surgery. Rather than a major incision in traditional open surgeries, da Vinci technology allows for small incisions which are based on the robot's arms, two of which hold surgical instruments while a third is a camera allowing a surgeon seated at a nearby computer console to see inside the body. While the patient lies on the operating room table, the surgeon controls the arms holding surgical instruments steady inside the body. "We are so pleased to be able to offer our community complex robotic surgery," Dr. Bhayani says. Image: Left to right, Marsha Czech, CRNA; Leighann Schmidt, RN, da Vinci resource nurse; Dr. Bhayani; and Raven Casey, scrub tech, are crucial members of the da Vinci surgery team at BJWCH.


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A Grandmother is Cancer Free After Robotic Surgery Performed by Sam Bhayani, MD
A Grandmother is Cancer Free After Robotic Surgery Performed by Sam Bhayani, MD April 4, 2013 Washington University urologists, Sam Bhayani, MD, and Brian Benway, MD use robotic surgery to treat kidney cancer Above, Pangolin Pictures films Dr. Sam Bhayani as he explains how the da Vinci robot operates. Essentially, we were able to keep both of her kidneys," said Dr. Bhayani. "Dr. Bhayani seems to think that he got everything to where I won't have to take any chemo or radiation and that it's cured. Sam Bhayani, MD, Washington University urologist and chief medical officer at Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital (BJWCH), and his colleagues have pioneered use of the robot for kidney cancer surgery. Rather than a major incision in traditional open surgeries, da Vinci technology allows for small incisions which are based on the robot's arms, two of which hold surgical instruments while a third is a camera allowing a surgeon seated at a nearby computer console to see inside the body. While the patient lies on the operating room table, the surgeon controls the arms holding surgical instruments steady inside the body. "We are so pleased to be able to offer our community complex robotic surgery," Dr. Bhayani says. "The technology is transforming our ability to treat patients. The future is now." Image: Left to right, Marsha Czech, CRNA; Leighann Schmidt, RN, da Vinci resource nurse; Dr. Bhayani; and Raven Casey, scrub tech, are crucial members of the da Vinci surgery team at BJWCH.


www.allaboutroboticsurgery.com

Sam Bhayani, M.D., a urologic surgeon at the Siteman Cancer Center at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, has pioneered robotic surgery for kidney cancer.
Instead of standing for hours with his arms raised above the patient, Bhayani sits at a nearby computer console to maneuver joystick-like controls that guide robotic scalpels, scissors and high-resolution cameras. "Robotic surgery is more efficient and precise than either open or laparoscopic surgery for tumors confined to the kidney," says Bhayani, assistant professor of surgery and a leader in the field of robotic surgery. "Rather than operate with two hands, I can simultaneously control four robotic instruments with mechanical "wrists" that rotate more than 360 degrees, giving me far greater maneuverability than human hands or laparoscopic instruments. Bhayani led a team at Washington University to develop the procedure for kidney tumors. Some 60 percent of patients who have their whole kidney removed develop renal failure, compared to 15 percent who have only a portion of the kidney removed, Bhayani says.


www.roboticsurgery.com

Sam B. Bhayani, MD is currently Assistant Professor and Co-Director of Robotic Surgery in the Division of Urological Surgery at Washington University School ...


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For example, Washington University urologist Sam Bhayani, MD, and his colleagues have pioneered the use of the robot for kidney cancer surgery.


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