Robotic Surgery in Pune from Ruby Hall Clinic

Robotic Surgery Clinic in Pune

Discover the Future of Surgical Care

Revolutionise Surgery with
Robotic Precision

For over five decades, surgeons at Ruby Hall Clinic have been at the forefront of surgical care while refining its techniques. We’re now changing the experience of surgery for the surgeon, the hospital, and most importantly for the patient. Robotic technology takes surgery beyond the limits of the human hand, introducing precise, versatile instrument movement.

Revolutionary surgical technology has arrived at our hospital – and it is in the form of a robot named the da Vinci Si® Surgical System. The robotic system is named after Leonardo da Vinci, inventor of the first robot who was known for his unparalleled anatomical accuracy and 3-D details that brought his masterpieces to life.

With the addition of the Da Vinci Surgical System, our surgeons now have helping hands in the operating room, providing enhanced dexterity, fine motor skills, precision, and control during minimally invasive procedures and even multi-quadrant surgeries doing wonders to our surgical prowess.

The Da Vinci Surgical System is a robotic surgical system that was developed by Intuitive Surgical Inc. and was first approved by the FDA in 2000. It is designed to assist surgeons with minimally invasive surgeries by providing a more precise and flexible tool for surgical procedures.

The system is composed of three main components: a console, a patient-side cart, and a vision system. The console is where the surgeon sits and operates the system using hand and foot controls. The patient-side cart holds the robotic arms and instruments, which are inserted into the patient's body through small incisions. The vision system provides a 3D view of the surgical site to the surgeon.

The Da Vinci system's robotic arms are equipped with surgical instru- ments that are capable of greater range of motion and precision than the human hand. The surgeon uses the console to control the robotic arms and perform the surgery, while the system translates the surgeon's hand movements into more precise and steady movements of the robotic instruments.

Robotics Surgery in Pune at Ruby Hall Clinic

Benefits Include:

It’s Minimally Invasive

Because surgeons don't need to use their hands to directly access the body, incisions are smaller than with conventional surgery. The robotic arms also filter out tremors in the surgeon's hands to reduce the chance of inadvertent nicks or punctures that can cause bleeding and infections. Robotic surgery is a great option for someone who needs a procedure in hard to reach areas of the body. In these areas, major blood vessels or other vital organs may be nearby, which can make the surgery more risky. Surgery on these areas would normally require a larger incision to have more room for the surgeon to see exactly what they’re doing to work.

You’ll Recover Quickly

Because robotic surgery is minimally invasive, it will likely take your body less time to recover than with traditional surgery. Everyone is different, and healing time depends on the particular circumstances. Most people, however, are able to resume normal activities, including working, within several weeks after robotic assisted surgery. With a potentially shorter recovery time, you'll save on the typically high costs that come with an inpatient hospital stay and get back to normal life more quickly. Because there is less trauma to the body, you'll also experience less scarring as you recover.

There is less pain and blood loss

With smaller incisions and better precision, you'll experience less pain during and after surgery. You'll also be less dependent on painkillers during recovery, reducing the risk of addiction. Blood loss during robotic surgery is minimal and you generally avoid the need for blood transfusions. In other surgeries, blood loss can cause complications, and result in even longer recovery times.

You have a smaller chance of infection

The risk of infection exists with any surgical procedure, which can delay your recovery and keep you in the hospital longer. Some areas of the body have a higher chance of infection than others, particularly when large parts of the body are exposed due to long incisions. Because robotic surgery is less invasive, however, the risk of developing an infection is reduced, so you avoid the potential complications that come with infection.

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