Robotic minimally invasive surgery

Robotic surgery allows doctors to carry out many types of difficult procedures with more accuracy, flexibility, and control than is possible with usual techniques. Sometimes, it is also used in certain traditional open surgical procedures. MIS has many advantages like reduced risk of infection, less pain, bleeding and scarring, shorter hospitalization, and reduced recovery time, etc.

Robotic minimally invasive surgery - Overview

Robotic minimally invasive surgery is a procedure that is performed through tiny incisions. MIS has many advantages like reduced risk of infection, less pa

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in, bleeding and scarring, shorter hospitalization, and reduced recovery time, etc. Hence, gradually became popular and significantly replaced many traditional surgical procedures in open surgeries. Along with the development of hands-on surgeries, surgical robots have been introduced to assist surgeons in performing various surgeries.

Robotic minimally invasive surgery - Symptoms

Robotic minimally invasive surgery - Pre-Procedure

The robotic MIS procedure sequence includes a self-test that takes just about one minute. Thereafter, the arms are draped, normally by two workers, one being the scrub nurse and the other the OR assistant, who is not scrubbed, this usually takes less than 10 minutes. After the camera and endoscope have been connected it needs to be calibrated. The system goes into the support mode by default. Now the patient has to be placed in the desired position and then the robotic ports be placed and the arms will be attached to start the procedure. After the arms are fixed any movement of the operating table to the ports is contraindicated and can be really risky.

Robotic minimally invasive surgery - During Procedure

In the beginning, the surgeon makes small incisions in the patient’s body and inserts miniaturized instruments. Then, the surgeon manipulates those instruments from a nearby console to perform the operation. Imagine the Robotic system just like a video game. During the procedure, the surgeon uses master controls to manipulate the instruments, and the instruments translate the surgeon’s movements into exact movements inside the patient’s body. The surgeon is in control the whole time and the surgical system responds to the direction he provides.

Robotic minimally invasive surgery - Post-Procedure

Pain management after surgery should be taken very seriously. There are many effective pain management techniques to use after robotic surgery. The surgeons will work with patients to make sure their pain is managed well before, during and after the surgery.

Robotic minimally invasive surgery - Risk & Complications

Pain management after surgery should be taken very seriously. There are many effective pain management techniques to use after robotic surgery. The surgeons will work with patients to make sure their pain is managed well before, during and after the surgery.

 

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