Robotic Surgery

Why your doctor may recommend robotic surgery ?


Just as technology, such as MRI and CT scanners, enhances doctors’ skills beyond what the human body allows, robotic surgery extends the capabilities of a surgeon’s eyes and hands.

  • The doctor stays with you in the operating room and uses his or her hands to control a camera and surgical instruments to perform the procedure

  • The doctor views the entire operation in 3DHD, giving your surgeon a clear view of the surgical area that is magnified 10 times to what the human eye sees.

  • The doctor uses tiny instruments that move like a human hand but with an even greater range of motion. The system’s built-in tremor-filtration technology helps your surgeon move each instrument with smooth precision.

Benefits of robotic surgery

For The Patient da-vinci-surgical-system
For the Surgeon da-vinci-surgical-system


The system can be used for these procedures

  • Coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG)
  • Mitral valve repair
  • Aortic valve replacement
  • LA Myxoma excision
  • ASD Closure
  • Kidney blockage surgery
  • Kidney surgery
  • Prostate surgery
  • Endometriosis resection
  • Hysterectomy
  • Fibroid removal (myomectomy)
  • Kidney blockage surgery
  • Kidney surgery
  • Prostate surgery
GI & General surgery
  • Stomach Resection
  • Liver Resection
  • Pancreas Resection
  • Colon resection
  • Hernia repair
  • Common Bile duct stones
  • Bile duct stone resection
  • Gallbladder surgery
  • Bariatric (weight-loss) surgery
  • Fundoplication
  • Rectal resection
  • Splenectomy
  • Esophagectomy

What is the Robotic system?

It is a surgical system with three parts:

Patient cart

Holds the camera and surgical instruments the surgeon controls from the console

Surgeon console

Is the control center where the surgeon sits to perform the operation

Vision cart

Manages the communication between all the system components and provides a screen for the care team to view the operation

Frequently asked questions

The da Vinci system cannot "think" on its own. It only responds to your surgeon's precise hand and finger movements. Your robotic surgeon is in the operating room, directing the procedure the entire time.

During a standard laparoscopic procedure, your surgeon stands next to the operating room bed and utilizes hand-held instruments to perform the laparoscopic procedure. This requires a series of small incisions. Using robotic surgery technology, instead, the robotic surgeon is seated at a console, using their own hands to maneuver the arms and instruments of the da Vinci system. Again, this requires just a few small incisions. From that console, your surgeon has a 3D vision and the ability to manipulate his or her hands in angles and to degrees that would otherwise be impossible to achieve during conventional laparoscopic surgery.

Yes, robotic surgery is a type of minimal access surgery. A Minimal Access Surgical procedure uses small incisions rather than large ones or uses existing entryways into the body. Robotic surgery has all the advantages of Minimal Access Surgery.

Robotic surgery is available for many but not all surgical procedures. Sometimes, even if a robotic option is available, it might not be the best approach for you. It is a good option for advanced minimal access surgical procedures.

Robotic surgery is safer and typically results in a number of key benefits for patients, including:

  • Better precision
  • Less blood loss
  • Less pain after surgery
  • Shorter hospital stay
  • Quicker recovery
  • Less scarring
  • Less infection
  • Quicker return to work and normal life activities

For the surgeon, the benefits of robotic surgery include an enhanced 3D visual field. At the console, your surgeon has a superior view of the operating area.

The high-definition camera provides a magnified, detailed view of the affected area. Your surgeon can see the microscopic structures more clearly, leading to more precise surgery. Superior dexterity.

A human hand can only move so much. But the robotic instrument exceeds the dexterity and range of motion of the human hand.

The arms can rotate a full 360 degrees. This allows your surgeon to operate in a way that would be impossible without the robot. Access to hard-to-reach places.

The enhanced flexibility and precision of the robot allows your surgeon to access hard-to-reach areas. This means surgeons can treat more conditions with robotic surgery.

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