Robotic Heart Surgery

Robotic heart surgery is a minimally invasive technique to heart surgery that employs robotic devices, small cameras, and precision instruments to gain access to the heart without requiring a major incision or a cut through the breastbone. Traditional cardiac surgery necessitates surgeons opening into the chest to have access to the heart. This method necessitates a huge incision and causes a lot of unintentional harm to the chest by cutting through the breast bone and opening up the rib cage. Surgeons don't have to cut through the breast bone when using a robotic technique. Instead, we use small incisions between the ribs to insert tools. This lowers the danger of infections and blood loss after surgery, decreases scarring, necessitates shorter hospital stays, and allows for a much speedier return to normal daily activities. Because they are not recovering, patients also experience significantly less discomfort during their rehabilitation.



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