PRECISION BEYOND LIMITS OF HUMAN HAND Yashoda Hospitals – Institute of Robotic Sciences presents the da Vinci Surgical System, the dawn of new age in minimally invasive surgery. The da Vinci Surgical System powered by state-of-the-art robotic technology is changing the experience of surgery for people around the world. The system allows our surgeon’s commands to be scaled, filtered and translated into precise movements of micro-instruments within the operative site. The da Vinci System enhances surgical capabilities by enabling the performance of even the most complex surgeries through very small incisions with unmatched precision. It promotes improved medical outcomes and greater patient safety. THE NEXT AGE OF MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY
The 1st team in the states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh to start Robotic Surgery
The Institute of Robotic Sciences has the team that holds the honour of having performed the largest number of successful robotic surgeries in the states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh
- Perform complex dissections
- Better medical outcomes
- Fewer complications
- Tremor filtration (Surgeon’s hand tremors reduced)
- Better stability of instrument
- 3x10 magnification (nerves seen better)
- Less pain
- Smaller incisions for minimal scarring
- Low rate of blood loss & blood transfusions
- Lower rates of infection
- Fewer hospital re-admissions
- Reduced length of hospital stays
- Faster return to normal activity
ENABLING TECHNOLOGY The da Vinci System, though it is called a robot, it cannot act on its own. Every surgical maneuver of da-Vinci System is performed with direct input from our surgeons. It acts as a natural extension of a surgeon’s eyes and hands, through a combination of cutting-edge robotics, high definition 3D stereoscopic vision & magnified view, and intuitive human interface controls. These features enable our surgeon to operate with enhanced vision, precision, and control.
Health Blogs for Robotic Sciences
VATS and robotic surgery for lung cancer – Frequently asked questions
Jul 16, 2019 18:05
Devadas, a 45-year-old electrician and a heavy smoker had persistent cough from the past 1 month. Last week he was alarmed to see traces of blood in the sputum. He had early-stage lung cancer where surgery is the first treatment option.
Robotic lobectomy Surgery for lung adenocarcinoma in a 76-year-old grandmother
Jun 05, 2018 18:24
Adenocarcinoma of lungs, a diagnosis in a 76 years old woman was a challenge to treat. Dr. Jagdishwar Goud spearheaded the high-risk robotic surgery and successfully removed the tumor. The patient is now cancer-free and healthy.