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Description

Robotic Surgery is a minimally invasive surgery that is robotically assisted. It is also known as a computer assisted surgery. In this surgery, the doctors take the help of robotic arms that have small tools attached. The surgeon then controls this robotic arm with the help of a computer and performs the surgery. Due to this technique, the surgeons can perform even the most complex surgeries with better control, flexibility, and precision. This procedure is gaining immense popularity and is being used vastly to treat a number of diseases. It is known as a minimally invasive procedure because the surgeons make small quarter-inch incisions instead of large ones.

Symptoms

Suitable candidates for this Robotic Surgery include: Young adults – Young adults and middle-aged adults are one of the most ideal candidates for this surgery. They find this surgery suitable as they have career and family responsibilities and they want to get fit as fast as they can.Elderly patients – This procedure is very good for elderly patients, who are over 60; as they have to suffer less pain, it is better for their heart and pulmonary function, they have to stay in the hospital for a lesser time, and it is less painful.Any patient who is severely overweight and wants to undergo a surgery for obesity.Patients who need to get their gallbladder removed due to a disease.Patients who need to undergo surgery of the small intestine or the large intestine, and several common colon procedures.Patients suffering from hiatal hernia, swallowing difficulties, heartburn, and other chronic digestive problems.Patients who need to undergo complex surgeries of the pancreas, adrenal glands, liver, and spleen. Young adults – Young adults and middle-aged adults are one of the most ideal candidates for this surgery. They find this surgery suitable as they have career and family responsibilities and they want to get fit as fast as they can. Young adults Elderly patients – This procedure is very good for elderly patients, who are over 60; as they have to suffer less pain, it is better for their heart and pulmonary function, they have to stay in the hospital for a lesser time, and it is less painful. Elderly patients Any patient who is severely overweight and wants to undergo a surgery for obesity. Patients who need to get their gallbladder removed due to a disease. Patients who need to undergo surgery of the small intestine or the large intestine, and several common colon procedures. Patients suffering from hiatal hernia, swallowing difficulties, heartburn, and other chronic digestive problems. Patients who need to undergo complex surgeries of the pancreas, adrenal glands, liver, and spleen.

Pre Procedure

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Post Procedure

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Risk And Complications

The technology of this surgery is developing rapidly but it still has some limitations. They are: The major issue related to this procedure is its cost-effectiveness. The equipment and machine used for this surgery are very costly and they also feature high maintenance.These equipment are very bulky and sometimes it gets difficult to carry out surgeries with them.The equipment is so big that the operation room gets very crowded and sometimes it gets difficult for the surgical team to stay in the same room.There is a deficiency of well-matched equipment and other instruments, which increases dependence on the tableside assistants. Sometimes the assistants have to perform several parts of the operation.Very few surgeons are available who can easily use this equipment and carry out the surgery properly. The major issue related to this procedure is its cost-effectiveness. The equipment and machine used for this surgery are very costly and they also feature high maintenance. These equipment are very bulky and sometimes it gets difficult to carry out surgeries with them. The equipment is so big that the operation room gets very crowded and sometimes it gets difficult for the surgical team to stay in the same room. There is a deficiency of well-matched equipment and other instruments, which increases dependence on the tableside assistants. Sometimes the assistants have to perform several parts of the operation. Very few surgeons are available who can easily use this equipment and carry out the surgery properly. Robotic Surgery has a few risks: Robotic Surgery has a few risks: Breathing problem due to anaesthesiaReaction to medicationInfectionBleeding Breathing problem due to anaesthesia Reaction to medication Infection Bleeding

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