Robotic Cardiac Surgery

Robotic surgery is often referred to as surgery with da Vinci. Robotic surgery is a heart surgery in which surgeons conduct heart surgery using small tools and robot-controlled devices.

Robotic surgery has several uses, including coronary artery bypass, valve surgery, heart defect repair, cardiac ablation, and tumor removal, in various heart-related procedures.

Robotic surgery benefits • Removal of tumors in the heart • Treatment of congenital heart conditions • Repair or replacement of leaky or rigid heart valves• Correct atrial fibrillation, a common type of arrhythmia • Minimally invasive treatment compared to open-heart surgery• Rapid healing.

• Less ricks compared to open-heart surgery• Less damage to the patient, including less discomfort • Shorter hospital stay (usually 3 to 4 days)• Diminished use of pain medications• Less bleeding • Diminished risk of infection Risks of robotic surgery The patient will undergo a series of pre-robotic surgery procedures during which the patient's age, medical history, gender, and environment should be treated.

Robotic cardiac surgery often entails risks, including:· Heart attack· Stroke· Infection· Death


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