Robotic Surgery

Robotic surgery is a sort of insignificantly obtrusive surgery. "Negligibly obtrusive" implies that as opposed to working on patients through vast cuts, we utilize scaled down surgical instruments that fit through a progression of quarter-inch cuts. When performing surgery with the da Vinci Si—the world's most progressive surgical robot—these scaled down instruments are mounted on three separate automated arms, permitting the specialist greatest scope of movement and accuracy. The da Vinci's fourth arm contains an amplified top notch 3-D camera that aides the specialist amid the methodology. Robotic surgery has been condemned for its cost, by one gauge costing $1,500 to $2000 more per persistent.

  • History of Robotics in Surgery
  • Miniature Robotics
  • Surgical Robots
  • Benefits of Robotic Surgery

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