Urology Robotic Assisted Surgery


Urology Robotic Assisted Surgery

Urology Robotic Assisted Surgery is a minimally invasive surgery performed to treat various urological disorders and conditions. It includes Kidney cancer, Kidney, ureter, and bladder reconstruction, Kidney obstruction, Prostate removal for BPH and Prostate cancer. Manipal is one of the renowned hospitals committed to offering the Best Urology Robotic Assisted Surgery in Delhi with advanced facilities.

Potassium-titanyl-phosphate (KTP) laser-assisted robotic partial nephrectomy: This procedure involves using the KTP laser for removing part of the kidney affected by the tumour and not the entire kidney. The benefits of this procedure include:

  • Preserving the kidney functions

  • Reduced blood loss, pain, and hospital stay

  • Improved cosmetic outcomes

  • Long term dialysis and cardiovascular complications are reduced

Robotic prostatectomy: This procedure involves removal of the prostate (complete or partial) to treat prostate cancer. Robotic-assisted prostate surgery is a minimally invasive procedure used to remove the prostate gland (radical prostatectomy). This procedure uses multiple key-hole incisions instead of a single larger incision on your abdomen and the procedure may last for about 2 to 4 hours. The key advantages of robotic prostatectomy over open surgery include:

  • The function of the nerves important for sexual potency is preserved.
  • The urinary control functions are preserved. 

  • You may be able to return to normal activities within a week as compared to 4 to 6 weeks after open surgery

  • The robotic system enables the free, precise, and fine movement of robotic arms without any tremors.

  • The robotic system uses mobile camera system which provides a 3D-HD magnified view of the surgical site allowing precise and easy removal of the gland. 

Robotic bladder surgery: This procedure is now becoming a gold standard for bladder removal because of:

  • Reduced blood loss, significantly fewer blood transfusions, reduced postoperative pain and shorter hospital stay

  • The improved surgical precision due to magnified 3D view of the surgical site.

  • Some commonly used robotic bladder procedures include:

    • Radical and Partial Cystectomy - complete or partial removal of the bladder

    • Cystectomy with Neobladder: This procedure involves creating a new bladder after bladder removal surgery (cystectomy)

    • Nephroureterectomy: This procedure will involve the removal of the kidney, whole ureter, and a small piece of the bladder where the ureter and bladder join.

    • Ureterolysis: Ureterolysis is a surgical procedure aimed at exposing the ureter to free it from external pressure or adhesions

    • Cystectomy with Ileal Conduit: In this procedure, your bladder along with other organs is removed and a new way to pass urine is created. Get the Best Robotic Bladder Surgery in Delhi at Manipal hospitals, offering super-speciality facilities with advanced medical care.





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