The cutting-edge robotic surgery provides the patients access to minimally invasive care and precise treatment from seasoned experts. The Robotic surgery integrates advanced surgical technology with the experience of the skilled surgeons. This technology provides the surgeon with a magnified, high-definition, 3D-image of the body’s intricate anatomy.
The surgeon uses controls in the console to manipulate the special surgical instruments that are smaller, as well as more flexible and manoeuvrable than the human hand. The robot replicates the surgeon’s hand movements, and minimizes hand tremors. The surgeon can thus operate with enhanced precision and control during the procedures.
Da Vinci Robotic Surgical System
The da Vinci system, with its specialized instrumentation and 3D visualization, facilitates complex procedures across multiple surgical disciplines such as Urology, Gynaecology, Oncology, Gastrointestinal Surgery, Bariatric Surgery, and General Surgery etc.
Robotic Urology & Kidney Transplant
Robotic surgeries have made the management of complex urological conditions easier and safer for both the surgeon and the patient. Commonly performed robotic urological procedures include kidney transplant, prostate, bladder and kidney cancers, adrenal tumors, ureteric strictures, partial or complete removal of kidney, lymph nodes removal for testicular and penile cancer.
Compared to conventional open kidney transplant surgery, a much smaller incision is made to place the donor kidney into the abdomen, stitching the blood vessels, and the ureter, enabling faster recovery and fewer complications for the patients.
In cancer surgery, robotic techniques enable a surgery to be performed with preservation of nerves and other critical structures, due to better magnification and visualisation. All these provide the flexibility and precision for exceptional surgical techniques in cancer surgery. Commonly performed robotic procedures include surgeries for colon and rectal cancer, gastric cancer, lung cancer, gynaecological cancer, liver cancer and oesophageal cancer.
Robotic General & Bariatric Surgeries
Robotics, in general surgeries, has enabled the surgeons to overcome certain limitations they used to face while performing surgeries conventionally. Gallbladder stones, Hernia Surgery, Appendicitis, bariatric surgery can be robotically performed with ease.
Robotic Gastrointestinal Surgery
Robotic surgery is performed to treat many types of gastrointestinal conditions. Commonly performed procedures include Whipple procedure, Liver resection, Donor hepatectomy, Cholecystectomy, and Colon cancer surgery
The Da Vinci robotic system has made the minimally invasive gynaecological surgery very precise and safe for patients. It works wonders for patients with multiple fibroids, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, and uterine and cervical cancer. Robotic hysterectomy enables the patients to regain mobility very early as compared to the conventional surgery.
Mako Orthopaedic Robot
The versatile Mako robot has opened new possibilities for knee and hip replacement needing enhanced accuracy. In the realm of orthopedic surgeries, the Mako robot has emerged as a transformative force. It aids surgeons in executing joint replacement procedures with unparalleled precision and minimal tissue damage, enabling quicker recovery, reduced pain, and improved long-term joint function for patients.
Robotic Joint Replacement Surgery
Robotic joint replacement surgeries particularly robotic knee and robotic hip replacement surgeries show remarkable results as compared to traditional knee replacements. Doctors use a robotic surgical arm to accomplish parts of the surgery that helps achieve the steadiest hand and navigating small places. It allows for more precise cuts of the bones, which helps in better implant placement and hence, better long-term function of the implant.
Benefits of Robotic Surgery to patients
- Faster Recovery
- Reduced hospital stay
- Reduced risk of wound infection
- Minimal blood loss during surgery
- Less damage to healthy tissue
- Enhanced longevity of artificial joint