Dr. Niazy Selim demonstrates da Vinci to Chinese delegates

The University of Kansas (KU) and Kansas University Medical Center (KUMC) welcomed distinguished visitors from China on Dec. 16-18 as part of an information sharing program.


Dr. Niazy Selim had the privilege to host the delegates in the operating suite. He introduced them to the advanced technology and top notch surgeries performed at the University of Kansas Medical Center. The delegates were introduced to the Robotic Surgery (da Vinci). They had a chance to learn about the Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery and Robotic Single Site Surgery.  Also, they toured the new operating rooms which are equipped with new telemedicine technology.


The China Executive Healthcare Leadership Training Program, sponsored by the U.S. Trade and Development Agency, works to build closer working relations with American and Chinese governments and seeks to familiarize delegates with U.S. policies and technologies, standards, and industry best practices to meet China’s development and modernization needs.


The delegation included 24 representatives from the Ministry of Health of the People’s Republic of China.




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