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beginning is a different way to do things. 00:57:11 TODD D. TILLMANNS, M.D.: Yeah, I think that's the key is that you spend a little bit more time getting things in place and then once they're in place, the procedure goes much more rapidly than a standard laparoscopy would. It really becomes a -- the timing and the amount of time it takes is really dependent on your team and that's why having such a wonderful team like Dr. Lowe has, and that I actually have when I practice and you have here too Diljeet, that you can really get things down, the time, really down quite quickly and a lot of camaraderie and everyone actually plays and incredibly valuable role in the entire team. So that's nice. 00:57:51 DILJEET K. SINGH, M.D.: To take a second to talk about medicine in general, it really is so many of the things we do. When we talk about setting up a robotics program, often times we get focused on the surgeons, but setting up a robotic program is exactly what Dr. Lowe previously described. It's a place where the nurses who take care of you in the operating room and the recovery room in the post-op period, all have familiarity with the procedure. Now you guys are watching as Dr. Lowe is removing the uterus through the vagina from the body and this may actually be a time -- it seems like we are running out of time -- it may be a chance to wrap up. Again, if you all want to come back and watch this video again, go to NMH, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, .org. There's other information on the robotics program here at Northwestern if you go to Prentice, P-R-E-N-T-I-C-E, Prentice.NMH.org. Certainly any of those places and you can look into the cancer program here at Northwestern. We'd like to thank everybody who's tuned in at all today and who was good enough to send us questions. We really appreciate it. Thanks also for Dr. Tillmann for joining us, coming up from the University of Tennessee. 00:59:10 TODD D. TILLMANNS, M.D.: My pleasure. 00:59:11 DILJEET K. SINGH, M.D.: And thanks, Dr. Lowe, for a beautiful procedure. 00:59:14 H: As the uterus tubes and ovaries exit, we will as well. 00:59:20 M. PATRICK LOWE, M.D.: I wanted to say one thing, I wanted to thank the operating room team again. They're invaluable, as well as everyone who helped put on this program today, Rebecca Stewart from NMH, as well as our anesthesia colleagues who helped us facilitate this case, let us start this case in the afternoon. If there's questions, please send in your emails and also if you want to see the technique that we used for the pelvic or aortic lymph node dissection, we didn't get to that today in this one hour, you can see those at YouTube. Thank you very much. Have a good day, guys. 00:59:59 ANNOUNCER: Thank you for watching this OR-Live webcast presentation from Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, Illinois. OR-Live makes it easy for you to learn more. Just click on the “Request Information” button on your webcast screen and open the door to informed medical care. OR-Live, the vision of improving health. 01:00:19 [end of webcast]

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