The above link will take you to the page of the Da Vinci Robotic Surgery that I am having on Monday.
Scroll down to the part where there is a guy sitting on a chair looking around.
That is my Doctor, Dr. Rozeboom....click on him and he will give you a little spiel about the surgery.
Then right above him is a link (see below) and click on the first one that says prerecorded hysterectomy webcast.
MAKE SURE YOUR POP UP BLOCKER IS OFF otherwise you can't watch it. Resources
- Watch a live, prerecorded hysterectomy webcast from St. Luke's operating room.
- Follow a twitter log of a hysterectomy and vaginal prolapse surgery at St. Luke's.
- Learn more about the da Vinci Hysterectomy.
You can speed it up to about the 32 minute part and that is where the surgery starts. PRETTY COOL, VERY INTERESTING (gross at some parts) but I have watched it 2 times and will watch it again Monday before I go in, you know me, I have to know what's going on.....
Let me know if you get to watch it.....but don't watch it if things like surgery gross you out. Oh and there's hardly any blood so it's not so bad
My surgery is scheduled to start at 3pm but I have to be there at 1pm to start the IV's and stuff. They said Dr. Rozeboom is always running ahead so I will probably go in before 3. Also, my surgery is scheduled for 2 hours but if he sees cancer on the ovaries (yes, he will be able to tell right away) my surgery will then be a 3 1/2 to 4 hour surgery to allow him to call in another kind of surgeon and pathologist so they can make sure to get all cancerous tissues removed.
I'm in great hands...I have the BEST SURGEON in THE COUNTRY!!!!
I AM SOOOOO BLESSED
Love ya!!!! and talk with you soon......Amy