RAMSES: The Robotic Assisted Microsurgical & Endoscopic Society

The Robotic Assisted Microsurgical and Endoscopic Society (RAMSES) was founded on February 15, 2010.

The concept of a multi-specialty group dedicated to the study and evaluation of robotic assisted microsurgery came about from the need of a supportive and open environment for microsurgeons who have an interest in this field to explore the possible applications of such technology.

The group represents the “early adopters” of robotic technology in the field of microsurgery.

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Taking Microsurgery to the next Level

The Robotic Assisted Microsurgical & Endoscopic Society (RAMSES) is a gathering of microsurgeons from differing fields of expertise with an interest in robotic assisted microsurgery. The purpose of this society is to further the development and application of robotic assisted microsurgical tools and platforms for enhanced surgical and patient outcomes.

The advent of microscopes revolutionized microsurgical procedures in the 1960s and 1970s. Our goal is to ensure the proper, safe and evidence based development of robotic assisted platforms and tools to hopefully impact microsurgery in a meaningful and beneficial manner.