Robotic surgery and minimally invasive surgery

Respect nature of anatomy and preserve the quality of life of patients is the main benefit of robotic surgery. Based on laparoscopic surgery, robotic surgery, minimally invasive, extends its reach through a robot with four arms and a three-dimensional view from a camera, inserted through one of the four ports which the robot uses and allows the doctor performing the surgery, more precise movements and the ability to restore and preserve the patient’s anatomy, help paste, anatomies tissue and enable functioning of the body part involved or withdrawn.

Different from traditional surgery, and the laparoscopic, robotic surgery adds even more value because it operates with much more precision and minimal invasion, which ensures a much faster recovery, as well as maintenance of the anatomy. Five years ago, removal of a kidney with cancer was imperative. Now with this intervention, only the tumor is removed, preserving the organ. Such interventions are carried out for urology, especially in prostate, bladder, gynecological, cardiovascular surgery, chest surgery for valve replacement and in general for operations where tissue reconstruction is required.