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Robotic General Surgery & GI Surgery

In general surgery, robotic surgery has been used for a variety of procedures, like:
  1. Bariatric surgery: Robotic surgery has been used for weight loss surgery, such as gastric bypass, sleeve gastrectomy, and adjustable gastric banding
  2. Hernia repair: Robotic surgery has been used for repairing inguinal hernias, incisional hernias, and other types of hernias
  3. Colorectal surgery: Robotic surgery has been used for removing tumors, performing colectomies, and treating inflammatory bowel disease
  4. Gallbladder surgery: Robotic surgery has been used for removing the gallbladder, which is commonly done for gallstones
  5. Pancreatic surgery: Robotic surgery has been used for removing tumors of the pancreas, such as pancreatic cancer
The benefits of robotic surgery in general surgery include:
  1. Less pain: Robotic surgery is minimally invasive, patients typically experience less pain than with traditional open surgery
  2. Faster recovery: Robotic surgery can lead to a shorter hospital stay and faster recovery time
  3. Better outcomes: Robotic surgery can result in fewer complications and better outcomes compared to traditional open surgery
  4. Greater precision: The robotic instruments used in surgery provide greater precision and control, which can lead to better outcomes and reduced risk of complications
Robotic surgery has proven to be a safe and effective option for many general surgical procedures. However, as with any surgical procedure, there are risks and potential complications that should be discussed with a surgeon Robotic surgery is used for a variety of gastrointestinal (GI) surgical procedures, including:
  1. Esophageal surgery: Robotic surgery is used for esophageal cancer, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), and achalasia (a swallowing disorder)
  2. Stomach surgery: Robotic surgery has been used for gastric cancer, gastric bypass surgery for weight loss, and other stomach surgeries
  3. Colorectal surgery: Robotic surgery has been used for removing tumors, performing colectomies, treating inflammatory bowel disease and repairing rectal prolapse
  4. Liver surgery: Robotic surgery has been used for liver resection (removal of part of the liver)
  5. Pancreatic surgery: Robotic surgery has been used for removing tumors of the pancreas, such as pancreatic cancer
The benefits of robotic surgery in GI surgery include:
  1. Less pain: Robotic surgery is minimally invasive, which means less pain and a faster recovery
  2. Smaller incisions: Robotic surgery requires smaller incisions than traditional open surgery, which leads to less scarring and a reduced risk of infection
  3. Greater precision: The robotic instruments used in surgery provide greater precision and control, which can lead to better outcomes and reduced risk of complications
  4. Shorter hospital stay: Patients who undergo robotic surgery for GI procedures may have a shorter hospital stay than those who have traditional open surgery
  5. Faster recovery: Patients may return to normal activities more quickly after robotic surgery than with traditional open surgery

Gynaecological conditions for Robotic Surgery

The gynaecology specialty covers all conditions of the female reproductive organs, which include the uterus (womb), ovaries, fallopian tubes, cervix, and vagina. When the reproductive organs develop a problem, it can affect many aspects of health and quality of life. Gynaecological conditions such as severe pelvic pain, endometriosis, fibroids, abnormal uterine bleeding, pelvic organ prolapse, and cancer are common and may require medical care. When lifestyle changes, medicine, and other options do not ease the symptoms, doctors may suggest surgery. Types of surgery In the past, surgeons made large incisions on the abdomen so that they could directly see and work on the area of concern. This is called an open surgery. Today, doctors still perform open surgery, but they can also perform many of these procedures using minimally invasive laparoscopic or robotic-assistance (using da Vinci technology). Both minimally invasive approaches require one or few less than 1 cm incisions that doctors use to insert surgical equipment and a camera for viewing. The da Vinci technology provides a substantial edge over the conventional laparoscopic techniques by providing your surgeon with highly magnified, 3D high-definition views which enables precision in dissection, suturing & hence very favourable outcomes with minimal pain and shorter hospital stay. It provides your doctor with access to a sophisticated collection of tools using the da Vinci surgical system to perform robotic-assisted, minimally invasive surgery. Robotic-assisted gynaecological procedures
  • Hysterectomy
  • Ovarian cystectomy
  • Ectopic pregnancy
  • Pelvic organ prolapse surgery
  • Myomectomy
  • Endometriosis resection
  • Incontinence Surgery

Robotic Surgery in Urology

Robotic urology surgery is a type of minimally invasive surgery that uses a robotic system to perform surgical procedures on the urinary system. This technique uses small incisions and specialized tools to perform surgery, which can result in less pain, less scarring, and a faster recovery time than traditional open surgery. The robotic system used in urology surgery consists of a console where the surgeon sits and controls the instruments, which are attached to robotic arms that are inserted through small incisions in the patient’s body. The surgeon uses a 3D high-definition camera and specialized instruments to perform the surgery with precision and control. Some common robotic urology procedures include:
  1. Prostatectomy: Removal of the prostate gland in cases of prostate cancer
  2. Nephrectomy: Removal of a kidney, usually due to kidney cancer
  3. Pyeloplasty: Repair of a blockage in the ureter that causes urine to backup into the kidney
  4. Cystectomy: Removal of the bladder, usually due to bladder cancer
  5. Partial nephrectomy: Removal of a part of the kidney, while preserving the healthy tissue
Robotic urology surgery has many advantages over traditional open surgery, including:
  1. Less pain and scarring: Robotic surgery uses smaller incisions, which can result in less pain and scarring
  2. Shorter hospital stay: Patients who undergo robotic surgery typically have a shorter hospital stay than those who undergo traditional open surgery
  3. Faster recovery: Robotic surgery can result in a faster recovery time than traditional open surgery, allowing patients to return to their normal activities sooner
  4. Reduced blood loss: Robotic surgery can result in less blood loss than traditional open surgery
  5. Increased precision: The robotic system allows the surgeon to have greater precision and control during the surgery
Overall, robotic urology surgery is a safe and effective option for many urological conditions, and it can offer patients significant advantages over traditional open surgery Robotic urology surgery is a type of minimally invasive surgery that uses a robotic system to perform surgical procedures on the urinary system. scarring, and a faster recovery time than traditional open surgery.
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