University of Minnesota Medical Center is the first hospital in the Upper Midwest to have ROSA and one of only 39 hospitals in the United States. Using ROSA allows University of Minnesota Health neurosurgeons to conduct these brain surgeries with greater precision and cuts down on the time that the patient is under general anesthesia. ROSA-assisted surgery offers a less invasive option, which reduces the patient’s discomfort.
New and improved ways of treating epilepsy
Watch in 360-degree video as Neurosurgeon Michael Park, MD, PhD uses a new Robotic Surgical Assistant (ROSA) robot to implant electrodes into the brain of an epilepsy patient.