- Robotic Surgery
- Kidney Stones
- Urethral Stricture
- Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)
- Kidney Transplantation
- Urology Cancer
- Robotic Surgery
Robotic-assisted surgery is a leading edge technology.in robotic surgery or robot-assisted surgery surgeons conduct procedures through small incisions (minimally invasive surgery) using a robotic system. Robotic surgery allows surgeons to perform many complex procedures with more precision, flexibility and control than standard surgical techniques of open as well as laparoscopy.
Robotic surgery is aimed to use surgeon expertise with best precision.
About The ROBOT
Robotic surgery is a type of minimally invasive surgery. “Minimally invasive” means that instead of operating on patients through large incisions, we use miniaturized surgical instruments that fit through a series of quarter-inch incisions. When performing surgery with the da Vinci Si—the world’s most advanced surgical robot—these miniaturized instruments are mounted on three separate robotic arms, allowing the surgeon maximum range of motion and precision. The da Vinci’s fourth arm contains a magnified high-definition 3-D camera that guides the surgeon during the procedure.
The surgeon controls these instruments and the camera from a console located in the operating room. Placing his fingers into the master controls, he is able to operate all four arms of the da Vinci simultaneously while looking through a stereoscopic high-definition monitor that literally places him inside the patient, giving him a better, more detailed 3-D view of the operating site than the human eye can provide. Every movement he makes with the master controls is replicated precisely by the robot. When necessary, the surgeon can even change the scale of the robot’s movements: If he selects a three-to-one scale, the tip of the robot’s arm will move just one inch for every three inches the surgeon’s hand moves. And because of the console’s design, the surgeon’s eyes and hands are always perfectly aligned with his view of the surgical site, minimizing surgeon fatigue.
The ultimate effect is to give the surgeon unprecedented control in a minimally invasive environment. “It’s as if I’ve miniaturized my body and gone inside the patient.” Utilizing this advanced technology, surgeons are able to perform a growing number of complex urological surgical procedures. Since these procedures can now be performed through very small incisions, our patients experience a number of benefits compared to open surgery, including:
- Less trauma on the body
- Minimal scarring
- Faster recovery time
- Precise surgery
- Reduced duration of hospital Stay
- Faster return to Work
We invite you to explore our website to learn more about our robotic program and the procedures we offer. If you’re facing surgery, you couldn’t be in better hands.