Robotic Surgery

Robotic Surgery consists of using a robotic surgical system to perform operations on patients. Similar to minimally invasive surgery, it can be done solely or it can be performed alongside traditional open surgical procedure as well depending on the situation at hand
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    Robotic Surgery in KPHB, Hyderabad

    What is Robotic Surgery?

    Robotic Surgery consists of using a specialized robotic technology to perform operations on patients. It enhances the capabilities of surgeon’s hands to perform procedures through smaller incisions and also enables precise movements.

    The Robotic Surgery technology consists of below main components:

    1. Patient cart which is positioned alongside the patient, holding surgical arms including tiny instruments and a surgical camera, that provides enhanced magnified 3D views of surgical area of the patient.
    2. Surgical console where surgeon controls the surgical arms, instruments and camera’s every move.
    3. Vision cart that enables communication between different components and supports 3D high definition video system.

    The robotic surgical instruments translate surgeon’s hand movements at the console in real time, into instruments movement in the patient while performing the surgery.  Dr. Revanth Reddy Gangasani performs advanced robotic surgery in KPHB, Kukatpally, Hyderabad.

    The surgeon’s console is the place where the surgeon sits. This is the area where he sees what is happening and has master control of how the instruments need to move. He can view high-definition real-time 3D images at the console. The patient cart is kept next to the patient’s bed where he is being operated on. The patient cart holds the camera and the instruments that are required for the surgery. The vision cart is the third component that is in charge of enabling the communication to take place seamlessly between all the components. The components of different surgical systems may vary depending on the particular system.

    Robotic Surgery history dates back to the 1980s. In 1985, PUMA 560, was the first robotic surgical system that was used for the stereotaxic operation. Then, in 1988, PROBOT was used to perform transurethral prostate surgery. In 1992, ROBODOC was developed for femur cavity preparation. In the 1990s, when laparoscopic surgery started, minimally invasive surgery was introduced. Three systems were created by this time; Da Vinci surgical system, Zeus and AESOP Robotic Surgical systems. Da Vinci surgical system was developed by Intuitive Surgical Inc. and the AESOP and Zeus systems were developed by Computer Motion.

    Computer Motion was acquired by Intuitive Surgical Inc. Within a few years, Zeus was discontinued. Today, the Da Vinci surgical system is the most used across the globe. There are presently four models of Da Vinci robotic surgical systems that are available; Da Vinci Si, Da Vinci X, Da Vinci Xi, and Da Vinci SP. These are designed for different types of robotic surgeries.

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    Why Robotic Cancer Surgery?

    Robotic surgery allows surgeons to be extremely accurate during complex procedures through enhanced magnification of the surgical area. Sometimes, highly complex surgeries cannot be done in the traditional way due to limited visibility of naked eye. Highly magnified, 3D high-definition views of the surgical area provided in robotic system allows precise surgery. This is specifically beneficial to precisely remove all the cancerous cells.        

    In certain critical locations, Robotic Surgery is better because the robotic arms can reach places that are otherwise difficult for the surgeon’s hands to reach. In such cases, Robotic Surgery provides the flexibility that is required for the surgery to be completed through precise movement of instruments. The tiny wristed instruments which move like a human hand, also allow a greater range of motion. This provides dexterity to reach previously inaccessible areas of the body enabling an accurate surgery.

    The smaller instrument size makes it possible to operate through one or a few small incisions as against a large incision needed in open surgery. This also means less pain, less blood loss and faster recovery for the patient.

    Benefits of Robotic Surgery for Cancer

    There are numerous benefits of going with Robotic Surgery for cancer patients.

    1. Precise removal of cancerous tissue leading to 100% success and less recurrence.
    2. Less scarring due to smaller incisions.
    3. Reduced pain. As the surgery is minimally invasive, there is less damage to surrounding tissues as well.
    4. Less blood loss and less blood transfusion.
    5. Shorter hospital stays also reducing the cost of long hospital stays.
    6. Faster return to normal life, the benefit of which cannot be monetarily measured.

    Robotic surgery clinics (hospitals) in KPHB, Kukatpally, Hyderabad equipped with expert robotic surgeons who perform advanced robotic cancer surgery, robotic kidney surgery, robotic gynecological surgery, robotic gallbladder surgery, robotic colorectal surgery.

    Myths and Facts about Robotic Surgery

    Myth: Robotic Surgery is performed by robot and doctor’s role is limited.

    Fact: The surgery is performed by expert doctors. The robotic system aids accurate movement of the instruments enabling precise surgery. The movement of the instruments is controlled by doctors alone.

    Myth: Open surgery is better than Robotic surgery as the surgeon can directly view the the surgical area.

    Fact: The advanced surgical cameras in robotic surgery system provide enhanced magnified 3D views of surgical area of the patient which are sometimes not visible to naked eye. This enables more precise surgery.

    Myth: Robotic Surgery is risky as the instruments can fail.

    Fact:  Many safety mechanisms are in place to ensure that the instruments do not move without the surgeon controlling them. So, it is always safe in the hands of an experienced and trained surgeon.

    Myth: Robotic Surgery is very expensive and not affordable.

    Fact:  Cost of robotic surgery is only marginally high compared to traditional methods. The high cost of surgery is compensated by the less hospitalization cost and multiple other benefits which cannot be monetarily measured. It is also insurance covered. Talk to your doctor today for more details.

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