Robotic Surgery Specialist
Maiden Lane Medical
Gynecologist located in New York, NY
Robotic-assisted laparoscopic surgery is a revolutionary approach to surgical techniques used to perform surgery. Robotic surgery is an important development in the field of medicine because it offers a more efficient and advanced surgical approach for many complex procedures such as endometriosis surgery, fibroid removal, hysterectomy, colorectal surgery, gallbladder removal, appendectomy, hernia repair, bariatric (weight loss) surgery, splenectomy and cholecystectomy (removal of the gallbladder).
At Maiden Lane Medical, located in Manhattan, NY, our team of top healthcare professionals employs minimally-invasive techniques, including robot-assisted laparoscopic surgery. This enables patients to heal faster and with less pain so they can get back to their normal routines as soon as possible. If you would like to speak to one of our highly skilled healthcare professionals about robot-assisted surgery, call us today to schedule a consultation!
What Is Robot-Assisted Laparoscopic Surgery?
Robot-assisted laparoscopic surgery is a minimally invasive surgery conducted with the help of surgical robots. It involves making small incisions in the patient’s abdomen and then using robotic arms to perform the actual surgery.
Robot-assisted laparoscopic surgery can be performed by specialist surgeons who have been trained in the use of robotic arms and other advanced technologies used in minimally invasive surgeries. These specialists have a deep understanding of the different types of surgeries, as well as expertise in handling and programming surgical robots to ensure high-quality results.
What Are the Advantages of Laparoscopic Procedures?
Robotic-assisted surgery can help make complex surgeries easier and less invasive than traditional open surgery. Robotic laparoscopy uses high-precision technologies to enhance optics and precisely navigate inside the body and perform surgical tasks with greater accuracy, control, and precision than manual techniques.
Robotic-assisted laparoscopy can improve the safety, accuracy, and outcomes of complex surgical operations while reducing patient recovery time. Robotic-assisted surgery can also help to minimize blood loss, decrease pain and discomfort, reduce scarring, and shorten hospital stays.
What Conditions Does Laparoscopic Surgery Treat?
Laparoscopic surgery is a minimally invasive type of surgery that can be used to treat a variety of conditions. Some common conditions that can be treated laparoscopically are:
- Pelvic endometriosis
- Colorectal surgery
- Crohn’s disease
- Ulcerative colitis
- Gallbladder disease
- Hernia repair
- Abdominal aortic aneurysm
What to Expect with Laparoscopic Surgery
During a robot-assisted laparoscopic procedure, the surgical team will insert a thin, long camera into a patient’s abdomen. The surgeon then maneuvers tiny robotic arms to move surgical tools and perform the operation.
The surgeon has a 3D view of the procedure, allowing them to operate with greater accuracy than traditional laparoscopy, resulting in better patient outcomes.
Recovery After Robotic Laparoscopic Surgery
Many patients will go home on the same day as the surgery. Select patients may stay overnight depending on the length of operative time or the complexity of the surgical procedure.
For most people, the recovery time following laparoscopic surgery is between one and two weeks. Your doctor will provide you with specific instructions on how to care for yourself during this time period, including when to follow up with them for a check-up or additional tests.
Learn More About Robotic Laparoscopic Surgery
Thanks to advances in medical robotics, robot-assisted laparoscopic surgery is becoming increasingly popular among surgeons and patients alike. Our highly skilled healthcare professionals at Maiden Lane Medical would be happy to answer your questions about robot-assisted laparoscopic surgery. Contact us today to schedule a consultation!
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