The CARE Hospitals has upgraded its specialty services by introducing the cutting-edge Robot-Assisted Surgery (RAS) technologies, namely Hugo and Da Vinci X Robotic systems. With the commencement of robotic surgeries, CARE Hospitals have reached the pinnacle of excellence. The main objective is to offer precision in our surgical procedures to achieve the best possible outcomes and high surgical success rates. Extensively trained and highly experienced surgeons at CARE Hospitals perform surgery using the latest technologies, making us one of India’s best robotic surgery hospitals.
The medical professionals experienced in Robotic surgeries at CARE Hospitals are dedicated to providing top-of-the-line surgical treatments for conditions related to urology, cardiology, gynaecology, gastrointestinal and bariatric surgeries. Cancer related surgeries are performed by Surgical oncologists using the Robotic technique.
Earlier, all surgeries were performed as open surgeries, wherein surgeons would have to make big scars, and as a result, the recovery period was long. With the advancement in technology, first came laparoscopy or minimally invasive surgeries and now robot-assisted surgery has taken over.
Robotic surgeries are computer-assisted techniques with robotic systems aiding surgical procedures. It is a mechanical helping hand to surgeons. Surgeons view the patient via a terminal and manipulate the robotic surgical instruments via a control panel located in the adjoining console. The site of surgery is seen through cameras inserted into the body and the surgical site can be viewed through zooming the camera. The surgeon is in charge the entire time; the surgical system follows his instructions.
CARE Hospitals use Robot-Assisted Surgery (RAS) technology to offer accurate and advanced patient care.
Many times, the word "robotic" misleads people. A common misconception is that a robot would perform your surgery. However, here, the surgery is not performed by robots. RAS is a technology that allows a surgeon to operate precisely with advanced tools. Hence, the robot is never making any decisions or doing anything by itself. It is completely controlled by our experienced surgeons, and the system is unable to "think" independently. It only reacts to the exact hand and finger movements made by your surgeon. Your surgeon is in charge of the surgery the entire time and is present in the operating room.
Da Vinci X Surgical System
The da Vinci surgical system, a distinctive epitome of technology that includes specialised "arms" for carrying tools and a camera, as well as a magnified screen and a console, is now used at CARE Hospitals to perform highly precise robotic surgery.
Hugo™ RAS System
The Hugo™ RAS system is also used in robot-assisted surgery. Our surgeons at CARE Hospitals can now operate up to four separate robotic arms simultaneously from one console throughout the surgery by utilising a variety of modular devices and 3D imaging technologies. Additionally, Hugo may record the entire process on video, which can be shared with medical staff for additional instruction.
VELYS™ AI-Assisted Robotic Knee Replacement Solution
CARE Hospitals is equipped with VELYS™, a highly advanced AI-Assisted Robotic system for knee replacement surgery. This advanced AI-Assisted Robotic system is designed to bring the benefits of minimally invasive surgery in knee replacement offering fewer complications, smaller scars, shorter hospital stays, and a faster return to normal activities.
MBBS, MD (Pathology), MD (Obstetrics & Gynecology)
Robot-Assisted Surgery, Woman & Child Institute
MBBS, MS, MCh( Urology)
Robot-Assisted Surgery, Urology, Renal Transplant
MBBS, MS (General Surgery), DNB (Surgical Oncology), FMAS, FAIS, MNAMS, Fellowship GI Oncology
Robot-Assisted Surgery, Surgical Oncology
MS, DNB, FMAS, FIAGES, FAIS
Robot-Assisted Surgery, Laparoscopic and Bariatric Surgery
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