As a prostate surgeon Dr. David Samadi knows that this life-threatening cancer is more prevalent in men aged 65 and older. Dr. Samadi suggests that men interview surgeons like they would in hiring a contractor. The questions to ask a prostate surgeon includes how many operations they have performed, what were the statistical outcome, how much experience do they have for this particular surgery, will they still have sexual functions post operation, or will they have a normal continence function. Dr. Samadi performed surgery on Mitt Romney in 2017, as well as Colin Powell and John Kerry. Thankfully, everyone came through the surgery very well and they continue to remain healthy today.
— Dr. David Samadi (@drdavidsamadi) April 16, 2018
Dr. David B. Samadi is the Chief of Robotic Surgery and the Chairman of Urology at the preeminent Lenox Hill Hospital in New York, New York. As a board certified urologist, Dr. Samadi examines and treats akin urology related cancers in men involving the prostate, kidney, bladder, and kidney. Dr. Samadi uses robotic medical equipment, one of which he invented. With a high success rate, Dr. Samadi has performed hundreds of successful laparoscopic procedures employing many innovative robotic devices. As a brilliant surgeon and inventor, David Samadi, MD developed the Samadi Modified Advanced Robotic Treatment (‘SMART’) device.
The SMART robotic tool is so precise that Dr. Samadi’s surgical record for men recovering without side effects like incontinence is around 90%. Dr. David Samadi stated that he created the SMART robotic surgical machine to more succinctly operate without causing damage to nearby nerves. When Dr. David Samadi was interviewed recently and asked what he would like people to know about medical technology, Dr. Samadi simply said to invest. He said that by people investing more in IT medicine innovations and telesurgery technology, then the invention of better cost-effective medical tools can be produced for the advancement of life-saving surgeries which can be performed globally.
Dr. Samadi had his own live TV show “Sunday Housecall” which is broadcast every Sunday at 12:30p.m., EST. The show was to disseminate different health topics to the public, by having renowned physicians as his guest. While the show aired, individuals could call in with questions. Dr. Samadi also took calls after the show went off the air. As early as 2008, Dr. Samadi has received numerous awards and honors like the New York Magazine the Best Doctor, Most Compassionate Doctor, Top Doctor For Cancer, and Patient’s Choice Award.
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