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Medica Institute of Advanced Robotic Surgery

Multiple Robots | Multiple Specialities
Eastern India's 1st Robotic Surgery Teaching Center
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Accurate and Precise

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Minimal Scarring

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Faster Recovery

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Shorter Hospital Stay

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Minimum Blood Loss

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Less Pain

Innovations in Healthcare: What You Should Know About Robotic Surgery

Robotic surgery is a special kind of surgery where doctors use a computer-controlled robot to help them do surgery through small cuts in the body instead of big ones. This robot has very precise “hands” that allow surgeons to work in tiny spaces in the body that would normally need big cuts for surgery.
The Robotic system comprises three main components:

  • Patient cart: This holds the camera and surgical instruments, which your surgeon operates from the console.
  • Surgeon console: The control center where your surgeon sits to carry out the operation.
  • Vision cart: Manages communication between all system components and provides a screen for the care team to observe the operation.

Apart from that our Care team, consisting of several individuals in the operating room, plays vital roles during a robotic-assisted procedure, ensuring comprehensive support for your surgery.

Robotic Assisted Surgery Outcomes

It's essential to discuss the surgical outcomes achieved by our surgeon using Robotic systems, as each surgeon's experience varies. For instance, inquire about:

  • Length of hospital stay
  • Complication rate
  • Likelihood of switching to an open procedure
  • Duration of surgery

Additionally, there are other surgery outcomes worth discussing with our doctor at Medica Superspecialty Hospital, Kolkata. Feel free to ask them about all the aspects of surgical outcomes.

Comparing Traditional Surgery with Robotic Surgery

Traditional Surgery

  • Involves the use of hands-on methods by the surgeon, which might result in a lengthier duration compared to robotic procedures.
  • Recovery duration may differ, potentially requiring rehabilitation.
  • Human error and variations in surgical results are possible, as the surgeon depends on their expertise to execute accurate incisions anrd implant placements.

Robotic Surgery

  • Utilizing cutting-edge robotic technology alongside the skill of the surgeon.
  • The surgeon employs a robotic system for guidance and assistance during the surgery.
  • Robotic surgery is more about less blood loss and faster recovery.
  • Robotic systems enhance precision and accuracy in bone cuts and implant placement.
  • Reduced risk of human error may lead to improved long-term surgical outcomes.
  • Robotic surgery's minimally invasive approach can yield smaller incisions, reduced pain, and faster recovery.
  • Real-time adjustments and feedback are possible during robotic surgery.
  • Post-surgery rehabilitation might be smoother due to the precision of the technique.
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Why Choose Medica?

Diverse Robotic Technologies

Utilising the Da Vinci Robotic System for a range of surgeries including Gynecologic, Urologic, Head and Neck, Gastrointestinal, and various Oncology procedures.

Additionally, we employ the Rosa Robotic System for Orthopaedic Surgery.

Expert Team

Our hospital is home to a proficient team of highly-trained doctors, nurses, and technicians dedicated to delivering top-notch services both during and after surgical procedures.

Types of Robotic Surgery

Gynecologic Surgery

Cancers, Fertility Conserving Micro-Surgeries, Endometriosis, and other complex surgeries that require precision

Urologic Surgery

Cancers, Anatomy Conserving Micro-Surgeries, Prostate Surgeries and other complex surgeries that require precision

Head and Neck Surgery

Cancers, Surgeries of the Salivary Glands, Thyroid Surgeries, and other complex surgeries that require precision

Gastrointestinal Surgery

Cancers, Robotic Hernia and other large complex surgeries that require precision

Orthopedic Surgery

Specialized surgical care for musculoskeletal conditions, involving bones, joints, ligaments, and tendons.

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Eastern India’s 1st Robotic Surgery Teaching Center

In February 2022, Medica Superspecialty Hospital welcomed the installation of the 4th Gen Da Vinci Robot, marking its status as the First official Training Center for Robotic surgery in Eastern India.

Under the guidance of Dr. Arunava Roy, Medica has become a hub for training and observation. Since the installation, numerous oncology surgeons and gynecologists from various centers and major hospitals across India have attended and successfully completed their training at Medica.

The Hospital’s commitment extends beyond performing advanced Robotic surgeries; it includes the mission to train future surgeons, equipping them with the Expertise needed to master Robotic surgery.

Enhancing Patient Outcomes: Robotic Surgery at Medica

Frequently Asked Questions

This question is commonly raised when it comes to Robotic Surgery! There's a misconception that the surgery itself is performed by a robot. In reality, your Surgeon performs the surgery; the Robotic technology serves as a tool and does not substitute for the surgeon's role during your operation.
The duration of hospitalization following any surgery is influenced by various factors, such as the specific procedure, the patient's medical and cardiac history, past surgical experiences, and the individual healing process. Depending on these factors, some patients may be discharged on the same day as the surgery, while others may need to stay overnight. It is crucial to have a personalized discussion about your case with your robotic surgeon to determine the appropriate course for your recovery.
Yes, it can be used for various surgical procedures but it is advisable to ask the Doctor for better supervision.
Yes, robotic surgery is generally considered safe when performed by trained and experienced surgeons, with benefits including reduced scarring and faster recovery times.
As a leading healthcare institution embracing a progressive approach, Medica Hospitals of Robotic Surgery is committed to delivering top-tier care and advanced technology to all patients. The facility includes highly skilled robotic surgeons in Kolkata, well-versed in the latest technologies, ensuring precision, adaptability, simplicity, and efficacy in performing delicate procedures.
Much like how technologies such as MRI and CT scanners enhance doctors' capabilities beyond the limitations of the human body, robotic-assisted surgery expands the reach of a surgeon's vision and hands.
The Doctor remains present in the operating room, utilizing hands to manipulate a camera and surgical instruments during the procedure, observes the entire operation in 3DHD, providing the surgeon with a heightened, 10 times magnified view of the surgical area compared to the naked eye and utilizes miniature instruments that mimic human hand movements but with an extended range of motion.
The system incorporates built-in tremor-filtration technology, enabling the surgeon to maneuver each instrument with seamless precision.
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