Dr. David Samadi is one of the very few urologic surgeons in the United States trained in oncology, open, laparoscopic, and robotic surgery. He is also the first surgeon in the United States to successfully perform a robotic surgery redo. Thanks to his great experience, we are very grateful for all the important information shared on Fox News. Let’s discover together which are the most popular dr. David Samadi’s Fox News appearances.
In this video, Dr. David Samadi explains Melania Trump’s kidney procedure. The intervention termed an embolization is one of the most successful surgeries for this diagnosis such as angiomyolipoma. This is a kind of benign tumor that we usually see in the fourth to sixth decades, usually among women.
Embolization is a minimally invasive surgical technique that requires inserting a catheter into a primary artery and directing it to a tumor or other region where the blood supply needs to be restricted. Special agents are introduced to clot or form a blockage. Doctors are continuing to watch over her, to make sure the kidney functions are normal and there are no complications. This type of surgery is a routine procedure in medicine, so this is a fairly routine procedure also in the hands of any intervention radiologist. Dr. David Samadi says that over the next two or three days, first lady Melania Trump will go home without any worries about her health.
The American dream… Dr. David Samadi shares his personal success story at Fox News. He is joined by his wife Sahar, daughter Jas & son Alex and friends where they share their family story as well as a health Mediterranean salmon recipe.
Mix together the olive oil and balsamic vinegar in a small bowl. Arrange the salmon fillets in a shallow baking dish. Rub garlic onto the fillets, then pour the vinegar and oil over them, turning once to coat. Season with cilantro, basil, and garlic salt. Set aside to marinate for 10 minutes. Preheat your oven’s broiler. Place the salmon about 6 inches from the heat source, and broil for 15 minutes, turning once, or until browned on both sides and easily flaked with a fork. Brush occasionally with the sauce from the pan.
David Samadi and his family eat twice a week this tasty recipe. Enjoy your meal!
Because September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, Dr. David Samidi was invited on Fox News to discuss the disease and all we need to know in order to prevent prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among U.S men aside from non-melanoma skin cancer. About 1 in 7 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime, that means over 161,360 new cases were estimated this year, but sadly more than 26,730 were likely to be fatal. So what can we do to stop that?
PSA screening significantly reduces the risk of death from prostate cancer. Also, the prostate can be evaluated further with the Uro/NAV MR/Ultrasound fusion biopsy system. Fusion biopsy is a more effective method for detecting and diagnosing high-risk and aggressive prostate cancers. More than 2.9M U.S. men to receive the prostate cancer diagnosis in past are still alive today. Aging is one of the risk factors: start getting your PSA at the age of 40 and then talk to your doctor to make sure you really know what’s going on. Visit https://prostatecancer911.com/ and contact Dr. David Samadi for a free consultation!
Researchers are closing in on a major cancer breakthrough. There’s a new test called the liquid biopsy that can track cancer cells in the blood and help doctors come up with a more personalized treatment plan for each patient. Dr. David Samadi, Fox News Health contributor and Vice Chair in the Department of Urology at Mount Sinai along with Dr. Cynara Coomer, Director of Comprehensive Breast
Center at Staten Island University Hospital, Assistant Clinical Professor at Mount Sinai School of Medicine and Fox News Medical explains what “liquid biopsy” means.
Usually, when you have cancer cells that come out of the organ, whether it’s lung cancer, prostate or breast, they circulate in the blood. So it would be interesting to know exactly what’s going on with a patient before they actually spread and go to other organs, and that’s exactly what this is.
Through a nanotechnology, we are able to filter the blood through certain chips – computer chips – where they can detect where these cancer cells are, what type they are, whether the chemotherapy or medication is actually working. Obviously, this is still at the very early stage and but it’s extremely exciting and helpful for all of us. Now, we can interrupt that cycle and really give the patient the best cure.
Dr. Samadi developed his signature SMART (Samadi Modified Advanced Robotic Technique) Prostate Surgery, which incorporates oncologic principles, combines it with open radical prostatectomy skills and builds upon it with a robotic surgery approach. Now, he can teach doctors from all over the world how to perform with SMART surgery and bring these amazing benefits to their patients all over the place.
The doctors from Rambam Hospital in Haifa were extremely excited about this. They have performed three cases so far and the patients have done amazingly well. For David Samadi was a great privilege to be there and work with the Israeli team, share his knowledge and learn from each other to be able to take care of these patients. There’s a lot of information on https://www.smart-surgery.com/ about this operation.
Dr. David Samadi is the Chairman of Urology & Robotics Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital. He’s also a Fox News Medical-A-Team Contributor & Professor of Urology at Hofstra Northshore LIJ School of Medicine. Feel free to contact him for any information that you need regarding prostate cancer!