Robotic Assisted Surgery

Robotic Assisted Surgery Systems allow surgeons to perform minimally invasive surgery with the help of robotic arms. The machine consists of four, thin robotic arms inserted into strategically placed incisions just one to two centimeters long. The surgeon operates while seated at a console unit, using hand and foot controls, and with a 3D, high-definition view of the surgical field. It can simulate an open surgical environment without the physical trauma of large incisions.

Benefits for patients may include:

  • Less pain
  • Less blood loss
  • Less scarring
  • Shorter recovery time
  • Quicker return to normal daily activities

The following procedures are available using robot-assisted laparoscopy:

  • Tubal surgery
  • Fibroid surgery
  • Cancer surgery
  • Hysterectomy
  • Prolapse and incontinence surgery