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Robotic surgery is a minimally invasive alternative to traditional surgery that uses robotic arms to control superfine tools through small incisions. It can be used to treat many types of cancer.
Robotic cardiac surgery is a form of minimally invasive heart surgery performed through small incisions in the chest. With the use of tiny instruments and robotic devices, our surgeons are able to perform heart surgery in a way that is less invasive than traditional heart surgery options.
ENT robotic surgery is a type of minimally invasive surgery used to treat conditions of the ear, nose and throat using a sophisticated robotic system. This system provides the surgeon with an excellent view of the surgical area and the ability to use superfine, accurate motions with less human error. The snake-like telescoping instrumentation is extremely flexible and can reach difficult areas, providing surgeons with the ability to "look around the corner."
Robot-assisted surgery gives you a minimally invasive alternative to open surgery. Instead of one large incision, your surgeon will operate through a few tiny incisions – allowing for faster recovery with less pain, scarring and blood loss than regular surgery. Robotic surgery may also be an option if you’re not a candidate for traditional surgery.
Orthopedic robotic surgery is a minimally invasive approach to orthopedic surgery using state-of-the-art robotic instruments. Instead of one large incision (as with traditional surgery), your surgeon will operate through a few tiny ones—allowing for faster recovery with less pain, scarring and blood loss than regular surgery.
Robotic thoracic surgery is a minimally invasive procedure in which the surgeon makes several tiny incisions between the ribs, then inserts small robotic arms and a camera through the incisions. Special tools attached to the robotic arms allow the surgeon to cut, grasp, and stitch.
In urological surgery, fine motions are needed to delicately preserve neurovascular bundles and reconstruct the urinary tract to ensure continence. Robotic surgery allows for this precision by using instruments that give the surgeon a tremendous range of motion, accuracy and precision.