Know more about “ROBOTIC ASSISTED SURGERIES” their involvement in multiple procedures, Benefits, Complications etc..
lets understand what Robotic Surgery is:
It lets surgeons perform all kinds of complex procedures with more flexibility, precision and control than is typically possible with traditional surgical techniques. Robotic surgery is minimally invasive and uses special equipment, including a small video camera that provides magnified, 3-D images of the surgical field through keyhole incisions.
The da Vinci Robotic Surgical System is effective and safe for use during surgery.Da Vinci Surgical Systems were used in an estimated 200,000 surgeries in 2012, most commonly for hysterectomies and prostate removals.
Surgeons have been using robot-assisted surgery for a variety of different procedures, such as:
Cardiac procedures like mitral valve repair and coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG)
1.Laparoscopic procedures like removal of the appendix, kidney, uterus and gallbladder
2.Urological procedures like prostatectomy, cystectomy and ureteral reimplantation
3.Orthopaedic procedures like treatment for carpal tunnel Beyond precision.
4. Gynaecology procedures include hysterectomy, myomectomy, oophorectomy, and ovarian cystectomy, resection of endometriosis, sacrocolpopexy and lymphadenectomy with an increasing role of robotic surgery in gynecological oncology.
Robotic surgery comes with a few major benefits:
1.Shorter stays in the hospital
2.Reduced pain and discomfort
4.Lower levels of blood loss and transfusions.
with the benefits, it also has certain complications/risks involved:
It requires skilled training for the doctors or surgeons to perform the surgery assisted by robots.
Another significant problems with robotic surgery is “the issue of latency” — the time it takes for the robot to carry out the surgeon’s commands. It takes a few moments for the computer to communicate with the robotic arms. While this isn’t an issue for routine surgeries, it makes it difficult for surgeons to respond quickly to problems that occur during the operation.
Thirdly Surgery is an expensive proposition at the best of times. The high cost of installing a robotic surgery system can increase the cost of a surgical procedure.
Robotic Surgery in Future:
With the right expertise and technology, the advantages can eventually overcome the disadvantages. Communication latency is currently the biggest hurdle to overcome to allow this technology to hold a more prominent place in the medical community. Even if the cost of the procedure slows down the integration in hospitals, surgeries with robotic machines will continue to become more commonplace, allowing more precise microsurgeries with improved accuracy.
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