Track : Robotic Cardiac Surgery

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Robotic Cardiac Surgery

Robotic surgery is often called as da Vinci surgery. Robotic surgery is a heart surgery in which surgeons do heart surgery through tiny instruments and robot-controlled tools. Robotic surgeries has numerous applications in various heart-related procedures, including coronary artery bypass, valve surgery, heart defect repair, cardiac tissue ablation, and tumor removal. Benefits of Robotic Surgery • To remove tumors in the heart • Treat congenital heart conditions • Repair or replace leaky or stiff heart valves • Correct atrial fibrillation, a common type of arrhythmia • Procedure is minimally invasive when compared with open-heart surgery • Quick healing • Fewer ricks compared with open-heart surgery • Less trauma to the patient, including less pain • Shorter hospital stay (usually 3 to 4 days) • Decreased use of pain medications • Less bleeding • Decreased risk of infection Risks of Robotic Surgery The individual should undergo a series of procedures before Robotic Surgery, during which the patient age, medical history, demographics and lifestyle will be reviewed. There are always risks involved in Robotic Cardiac surgery, including: • Heart attack • Stroke • Infection • Death