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Robotic Surgery – know your treatment options

Robotic surgery, also called robot-assisted surgery, allows doctors to perform many types of complex procedures with more precision, flexibility and control than is possible with conventional techniques. Robotic surgery is usually associated with minimally invasive surgery — procedures performed through tiny incisions.








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What is robotic surgery?

Robot-assisted surgery uses specialized technology that enhances the capabilities of your surgeon’s hands. It allows surgeons to perform procedures in hard-to-reach areas through small incisions. The specialized technology also enables precise movements and enhanced magnification.view more

Who performs robotic surgery and What types of robotic-assisted surgery are available?

A surgeon who completes training in robotic-assisted surgery performs this type of procedure. Some surgeons pursue formal training through minimally invasive and robotic surgery fellowships.

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Is robotic surgery right for you?

Robotic surgery isn`t an option for everyone. Talk with your doctor about the benefits and risks of robotic surgery and how it compares with other techniques, such as other types of minimally invasive surgery and conventional open surgery.

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Is it covered under insurance?

Is the treatment covered under insurance?

Health insurances cover the cost of robotic surgery. The limit on claim amount depends on your policy. Cashless or reimbursement depends on your policy, TPA and affiliations of the hospital with the insurance company.

How is the recovery after surgery?

Recovery is much shorter. It usually depends on the procedure type and your overall health.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Recovery is much shorter. Depending on the procedure type and your overall health, you may: 1) Get out of bed shortly after anesthesia wears off. 2) Be able to eat within a few hours of surgery.

You’ll receive at-home care instructions that are specific to the procedure you had. They typically include: 1) Taking it easy for a few days or however long your surgeon recommends. 2) Resuming everyday activities gradually. If you’re not on prescription pain medications, you can start driving when you’re ready.

Your care should include follow-up appointments to track your recovery. Contact your healthcare provider immediately if you experience: 1) Blood-soaked dressings, which can be a sign of excessive bleeding. 2) Infections that cause a fever or yellowish discharge from your incision.