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Da Vinci Surgery

Da Vinci Surgery Abroad

 It is the responsibility of all medical practitioners to get constant training in state-of-the-art technologies and methods.  In surgery, minimally invasive technologies are gaining ground and surgeons worldwide welcome the chance to perform operations with smaller incisions, shorter recovery time and less trauma for the patients. 

Da Vinci Surgery is an innovative surgical technique that uses high definition magnifying cameras and high flexibility precision tools to have greater control over vision and movement. Add furthermore the top notch robotics that connects the surgeon’s hand movements outside the patient’s body to the inserted instruments and success is guaranteed. Human hands might shake and miscalculate, but robots are never wrong. 

 Da Vinci Robotic SurgeryWhat Are The Benefits Of Da Vinci Surgery

  • Patients’ anxiety felt in an open surgery is considerably diminished by the Da Vinci Robotic  Surgery.
  • Shorter hospitalization
  • Less bleeding
  • Only small amounts of pain medicine is needed
  • Hardly visible scarring
  • Patients can return to normal activities faster

Who Is Da Vinci Surgery Recommended To?

Da Vinci robotic surgery is applied with growing relevance in a number of subspecialties such as urologic, gynecologic, cardiac or thoracic surgery. Nowadays around 80% of prostrate surgeries are performed by Da Vinci surgery and women almost always chose Da Vinci robotic Hysterectomy over traditional methods (the recovery period of which is six weeks). 

 You might consider Da Vinci Surgery If you are awaiting surgical treatment of the following conditions:

What Are The Risks of Da Vinci Surgery?

Although with minimally invasive technologies complications are rare, patients must be aware that all surgical procedures carry certain risks. 

  • With very low occurrence rates human error or instrument failure.
  • Tissue injury and internal bleeding
  • Nerve injury
  • Internal scarring

Surgeons will not recommend Da Vinci surgery if you are obese, pregnant or show abnormal blood clotting.

Many insurers provide coverage for Da Vinci surgery, so check your policy and when possible ask for less invasive interventions.