Robotic Surgery

Effective surgery, preservative of sexual function, urinary, etc.

Lacking side effects and sequelae

Rapid patient reinstatement

Da vinci Robot

More precise and efficient surgical technique today

Inglés Aprende a pronunciar It is an improvement in the medical-surgical aspect

Great breakthrough in minimally invasive surgery

Advantages

For the patient, the advantages of Robotic Surgery compared to other technologies are significant:

  • Reduction in the incisions; the use of analgesic drugs in the perioperative and postoperative period is reduced.
  • The bleeding is significantly lower, with a very marked reduction in the number of blood transfusions and use of blood products
  • The patient’s recovery is faster, returning to his normal life much earlier than with other techniques
  • The number of hospital stays decreases significantly by more than 50%.
  • Secondary functional disorders in surgical processes are reduced; absence of urinary incontinence in radical prostatectomy, reduction of the incidence of impotence by 80%, etc..
  • Use of complementary treatments for the return of the patient in the much lower postoperative period.
  • Social and labor reintegration of the patient much faster than with conventional techniques including laparoscopy
  • Absence or minimal post-surgical sequelae
  • Improvement in aesthetic results.

Benefits for all.

Da Vinci Robotic Surgery brings great benefits to all parties:
  • Effective surgery, preserving sexual and urinary function
  • Small incisions with better aesthetic results
  • Less need for transfusions.
  • Less postoperative pain
  • Faster return to normal activities
  • Greater possibility of accessing a minimaly invasive treatment
  • Oncological radicality comparable to open surgery
  • Ease of access to complicated anatomies
  • Excellent visualization of anatomical reference points and tissue planes
  • Shorter learning curve period compared to laparoscopic techniques
  • Greater precision in the demolitive procedure by increasing control and reducing blood losses
  • Greater reconstructive precision, which guarantees better postoperative functionality and a faster return to natural functions
  • Elimination of physiological tremor
  • Less operative time compared to laparoscopy for the same type of intervention
  • Shorter hospitalization time
  • Minor complications
  • Less need for new interventions
  • The multidisciplinary use of the robotic system allows faster and more optimized amortization
  • Standardization of the operative kit
  • Reduced learning curve compared to traditional laparoscopy
  • Possibility of offering an excellent surgery avoiding health tourism to other regions
Patients
  • Effective surgery, preserving sexual and urinary function
  • Small incisions with better aesthetic results
  • Less need for transfusions.
  • Less postoperative pain
  • Faster return to normal activities
  • Greater possibility of accessing a minimaly invasive treatment
Surgeons
  • Oncological radicality comparable to open surgery
  • Ease of access to complicated anatomies
  • Excellent visualization of anatomical reference points and tissue planes
  • Shorter learning curve period compared to laparoscopic techniques
  • Greater precision in the demolitive procedure by increasing control and reducing blood losses
  • Greater reconstructive precision, which guarantees better postoperative functionality and a faster return to natural functions
  • Elimination of physiological tremor
  • Less operative time compared to laparoscopy for the same type of intervention
Sanitary System
  • Shorter hospitalization time
  • Minor complications
  • Less need for new interventions
  • The multidisciplinary use of the robotic system allows faster and more optimized amortization
  • Standardization of the operative kit
  • Reduced learning curve compared to traditional laparoscopy
  • Possibility of offering an excellent surgery avoiding health tourism to other regions