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The Advanced Robotic Assisted Surgical Centre of Kauvery Hospital is one of India's most sophisticated, advanced, and comprehensive robotic surgery centres. Kauvery Hospital is committed to providing the benefits of this advanced minimally invasive surgical technique to its patients at a highly affordable cost. The centre has achieved excellence in robotic surgery because of the state-of-art surgical equipment and experienced robotic surgeons performing the surgery. The surgeons performing the surgery focus on clinical outcomes resulting in high success rates.

Maa Kauvery


Kauvery Hospital is a leading, multispecialty hospital that has provided comprehensive patient care for the last two decades. The robotic-assisted surgical centre at the Kauvery Hospital is equipped with cutting-edge robotic machines to perform surgeries with utmost accuracy and precision. The surgeries are performed by robotic surgeons with several years of surgical experience and are trained by some of the best robotic surgeons in the world. Further, the recovery room at the centre has highly sophisticated monitoring devices that warn the healthcare providers in case of alteration in vital parameters.


For Patients

The benefits of robotic surgery in patients include:

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Less blood loss
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Minimal scarring
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Fewer complications
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Early recovery
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Reduced number & dose of medications
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Low risk of infection

For Surgeons

Robotic surgery offers the following benefits to surgeons:

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3D vision & precise control over instruments
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Easy access to hard-to-reach areas
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Enhanced dexterity
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Ergonomic benefits leading to enhanced performance



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How does robotic surgery compare to open surgery?

Robotic surgery has several advantages over open surgery. Open surgery involves large incisions resulting in relatively more blood loss, significant scarring, and prolonged recovery time. Further, the precision and accuracy of open surgery are comparatively lesser than those of robotic surgery. In addition, surgeries that involve hard-to-reach organs are performed more effectively with robotic surgery.

How does robotic surgery compare to laparoscopic surgery?

Like robotic surgery, laparoscopic surgery is also a minimally invasive surgery. In laparoscopic surgery, the surgery is done with the help of a laparoscope, which is a thin long tube with a camera at the other end.

What happens during robotic surgery?

During robotic surgery, robotic arms perform the surgery. Robotic surgeons control the robotic arms through a console through real-time visualization on the monitor.

How safe is robotic surgery?

Robotic surgery is relatively safer compared to open and laparoscopic surgery. Robotic surgery minimizes tissue loss and has fewer complications.

When should I choose robotic surgery?

Robotic surgeries are performed to treat several diseases, such as cardiovascular diseases, neurological diseases, gastrointestinal diseases, and cancer. It is usually performed when the surgery involves a risk of nerve damage or damage to important organs. It is also used to perform surgeries on tissues that are hard to reach.

Are robotic surgeries programmed?

People generally think that robots independently perform robotic surgeries. However, it is not the case. Robotic surgery is performed by robotic arms that are controlled by robotic surgeons. Robotic surgeries can be programmed to improve the positioning of the instruments.

What is the role of a Surgeon in Robotic Surgical Systems?

Experienced robotic surgeons perform robotic surgeries. The role of a robotic surgeon is to control the robotic arms through the computer console. The camera attached to the robotic arms relays real-time 3D images on the monitor fitted on the console.

What about follow-up care for robotic-assisted procedures?

Robotic surgeons recommend certain measures to accelerate recovery. The patients should limit climbing the stairs. Patients should not drive for at least one week after the surgery. The complete recovery from the robotic surgery may be within 2 to 3 weeks of surgery. The doctor may also give pain relievers to manage pain and antibiotics to reduce the risk of infection.

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