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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. The instruments used in robotic surgery are also more flexible and can rotate 360 degrees, allowing for greater range of motion than traditional surgical instruments. Robotic surgery can be used to treat a variety of urological conditions, including prostate cancer, bladder cancer, kidney cancer, and ureteral disorders. Some of the benefits of robotic surgery include:

  • Less pain: Robotic surgery typically involves smaller incisions than traditional surgery, resulting in less pain and discomfort for the patient.

  • Shorter hospital stay: Patients who undergo robotic surgery may be able to leave the hospital sooner than patients who undergo traditional open surgery.

  • Faster recovery: Robotic surgery typically involves a faster recovery time than traditional surgery, allowing patients to return to normal activities sooner.

  • Reduced risk of complications: Robotic surgery has a lower risk of complications than traditional open surgery, such as infections and bleeding.

  • More precise surgical outcomes: Robotic surgery provides greater precision and control, resulting in more precise surgical outcomes and better preservation of healthy tissue.