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About Robotic Surgery

Robotic surgery is a type of minimally invasive surgery that uses robotic technology to assist surgeons in performing complex procedures with greater precision and control. In robotic surgery, the surgeon sits at a console and controls a set of robotic arms that hold specialized surgical instruments. The robot translates the surgeon’s hand movements into precise, scaled movements of the instruments inside the patient’s body. The robotic system provides the surgeon with a magnified, 3D high-definition view of the surgical site, allowing for more precise control and visualization of the surgical area. 

Benefits of Robotic Surgery

Less Pain

Reducing pain can be important for improving quality of life.

Minimal Blood Loss

Minimizing blood loss is an important aspect of ensuring a safe and successful medical procedure.

Lower risk of Infection

Lowering the risk of infection refers to taking measures to prevent the spread of harmful bacteria and viruses.

Small Scars

Keeping wounds clean and covered during the healing process can help reduce the risk of scarring.

Shorter Hospitalisation

Shorter hospitalization refers to the process of reducing the amount of time a patient spends in a hospital.

Accuracy & Precision

Accuracy in treatment refers to the ability of healthcare providers to provide the correct treatment or intervention for a patient's medical condition.

Faster Recovery

Providing patients with proper nutrition, including adequate protein and calories, can help support healing and promote recovery.

Robotic Surgeries

Urology Robotic Surgery

  • Radical Prostatectomy

  • Partial Nephrectomy

  • Radical Nephrectomy

  • Pyeloplasty

  • Partial Cystectomy

  • Reconstructive Surgery

  • IVC Thrombectomy

  • Adrenalectomy

Gynaecology Robotic Surgery

  • Hysterectomy

  • Endometrosis

  • Ovarian Cystectomy

  • Myomectomy

  • Tubal Anastomosis

  • Sacrocalpopexy

  • Burch Colpo Suspension

  • Ureteric Reimplantation