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Development of Innovations in the Field of Surgical Operation Technologies: Minimally Invasive Approaches and the Digital Future

*Valentina Y. Sakharova, Ruslan S. Khutaev, Karina M. Idalova, Anastasia A. Mirgorodets,Elena N. Kucheryavenko, Yuri N. Dorofeev.


Surgery has its origins in ancient times, thanks to traditional surgical operations millions of lives around the world have
been saved today. Surgery at all times assumed and today it assumes direct contact with organs, and tissue dissection was
as one of the main methods of surgical intervention. However, in modern conditions, there has been a paradigm shift in
the methodology of surgery. The development and implementation of a number of innovations initiated the emergence
of minimally invasive surgery, which influenced the methods of abdominal surgery. The use of endoscopic techniques,
imaging and advanced instruments have raised surgical practice to a new height. Computers and robotics are also
opening up a promising future for simplifying complex procedures and improving the accuracy of micro-scale operations.
Accordingly, in modern conditions, it is possible to observe a synthesis of innovative technologies, digitalization and
traditional approaches to performing surgical operations, which in the future may enter into the usual practice of
surgeons and significantly increase the percentage of successful surgical interventions

Key words: Computer technologies, Digital future, Endoscopy Innovations,Minimally invasive surgery

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