Robotic surgery for complex cases
Majority of gynecological cases performed in the USA
Both benign and malignant, simple and complex cases
- Faster recovery
- Less pain
- Less estimated blood loss
- Earlier oral intake
- Similar operative time
- Higher complete resection rates in patients with gynecological cancer
- Lower conversion rate to laparotomy compared to conventional laparoscopy
- Lower wound infection rates
- Lower post-op bleeding
- Shorter hospital stay (typically overnight stay)
- Larger amount of lymph nodes harvested in gynecological cancer patients
- Better cosmetic results
- Faster return to normal activities
- Return to work from 2 to 4 weeks after the procedure
Surgeons dedicated to performing minimally invasive procedures are committed to personalized treatment for every individual patient. Robotic-assisted procedures are considered safe and effective. It is appropriate for most patients, but not for all.
Let’s discuss your treatment options.
If you are a surgical candidate for robotic surgery, skilled robotic surgeons with high-end equipment will be able to offer you treatment and relief of your symptoms.