Robotic Surgery (Opioid Free)
Robotics within general surgery is helping to drive the growth of minimally invasive surgery. The procedures performed now range from inguinal and ventral hernia repair to cholecystectomies, foregut, and bariatric cases.
Robotic surgery provides surgical care that enables patients to recover more quickly and get back to what matters in their lives.
- National average of converting laparoscopic to open cholecystectomy is 5%, LVSA is .09%.
- Inguinal Hernia Robot Assist requires narcotics less than 5% of the time.
- Robot Assisted colon resection typically discharges in 0-3 days.
More about the robotic equipment we use …
The Da Vinci by Intuitive Surgical System
Integrated technologies for robotic-assisted surgery
Designed to enhance surgeon capabilities
The da Vinci surgical system was one of the first robotic-assisted, minimally invasive surgical systems cleared by the FDA.
Today, a family of da Vinci systems and technologies is used by surgeons in all 50 U.S. states and 67 countries around the world.
Over 20 years, da Vinci platforms have pioneered new capabilities in the OR, transforming the field of minimally invasive surgery.
Through more than 5 million surgeries, Intuitive has become the proven leader in surgical robotics, increasing the adoption of minimally invasive surgery. And the innovation continues with a new generation of integrated systems and single port capabilities.
da Vinci platforms are committed to designing minimally invasive solutions that reduce variability in surgery and help deliver better care.
“We are proud to work with amazing technology that is less invasive and provides faster recovery time for our patients.” – Dr. Caravella
The video above answers the following questions: ‘What Is Robotic Surgery?’, ‘Does The Robot Do The Surgery?’, ‘What Kind Of Surgeries Are Done With The Robot?‘, and ‘Can I Request My Surgery To Be Robotic?’
- Beatrice P.
- Leslie Ann I.
"We want to thank Dr. Xu for taking time out of your busy schedule to fit in our dad's surgery and doing it well. He is doing much better and we have you to thank for that. Thank you!"
- The Porja Family