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Robotic Surgery in Mumbai

Robotic Surgery


What health conditions can be treated with robotic surgery?

There are many conditions that have been successfully treated by undergoing robotic surgery. Some of the different types of surgery that can be performed using robotic surgery include:
•    General surgery
•    Colorectal surgery 
•    Heart surgery
•    Thoracic (chest) surgery
•    Head and neck surgery
•    Gynecologic surgery
•    Urological surgery
•    Endometriosis
•    Orthopaedic surgery
•    Cancer surgery

Is robotic surgery safe?

Robotic surgery is safe and precise, although the safety of the procedure depends on the surgeons and the experience they have with the technology. At Fortis Hospital, Mulund, where safety and quality is our highest priority, we have special training supported by simulation and educational programs where we train our clinical team to be the best and most skilled in their profession. 

Can any doctor perform robot-assisted surgery?

Not every doctor or surgeon can walk into an operating room and do a robotic surgery without proper training. However, any doctor can be successfully trained to perform robotic surgeries. Fortis Hospital, Mulund, have invested so much in training the entire robotic surgical team and not just the surgeons, so that patients can expect the best clinical outcomes.

Why choose Fortis Hospital, Mulund, for robotic surgery?

At Fortis Hospital, Mulund, robotic surgery is carried out with the use of the 4th Generation Da Vinci Xi, the world’s most advanced surgical robotic system that delivers 3D high-definition views, allowing surgeons to perform complex procedures with greater precision, flexibility, and control. The hospital’s clinical team is specially trained and proficient in performing robotic surgeries across multiple speciality departments.

What are the benefits and risks of robotic surgery?

Robotic surgery offers many benefits to the patients, compared to open surgery - such as better visualisation of the surgical site, shorter recovery time, less pain and blood loss, fewer complications, quicker return to normal activities, etc. 
As with any surgery, robot-assisted surgery involves risks such as a small infection and other complications.

How does robotic surgery work?

During a robotic surgery, the surgeon makes tiny incisions in the patient’s body and inserts miniaturised instruments and a high-definition 3-D camera. The surgeon, while seated at a computer console near the operating table, controls those instruments to perform the surgery. 

What is robotic surgery?

Robotic surgery is a type of surgical technique in which surgeons direct the procedure using the robotic surgical tools. It is an advanced form of laparoscopic surgery and can be performed solely or alongside traditional open surgery depending on the situation at hand. Robot-assisted surgery has been around for many years, with the first robot being used to perform a brain biopsy procedure in 1985.

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