Robotic surgery is a type of surgical technique which is done with robotic devices. Robotically-assisted surgical procedures were developed to overcome the inherent limitations of conventional minimally-invasive medical surgeries and to improve the performance of surgeons doing major open surgery on patients who have undergone such procedures. These surgical techniques have been shown to improve the results of such surgery by a significant margin.
One of the primary goals of robotic surgery Adelaide by AHKC is to perform surgery in a minimally invasive manner and to minimize complications associated with the use of such surgical techniques. Such minimally invasive surgeries have many advantages over traditional ones. For example, most minimally invasive surgical methods involve a lot of incisions which can result in significant postoperative pain and complications. Furthermore, the fact that a person undergoing such surgical procedure will undergo multiple and often extensive physical tests makes it nearly impossible to know beforehand the full extent of any postoperative problems that may occur.
There are few if any, complications associated with minor or significant open surgery. The reason for this is that such surgery is normally performed on patients who are not expected to need extensive treatment for their particular injuries and illnesses. Thus, any complications encountered during such surgical procedure may either be those related to complications associated with the patient undergoing the surgical procedure itself, or to those that occur as a result of the treatment being given to the patient before undergoing the surgical procedure. In contrast, a patient undergoing a minimally invasive surgical procedure will have a much higher probability of experiencing complications associated with these types of medical procedures.
There is also the potential for complications to arise from the medications being taken by the patients undergoing minimally invasive surgery. Because these medications tend to change a person’s body chemistry after they are ingested, there is a high risk of an unforeseen reaction occurring during the course of such surgical procedure, and this could lead to post-surgical complications.
This is why robotic surgery Adelaide by AHKC has been so very successful in reducing the number of complications that may occur following surgery. Unlike traditional minimally invasive surgical techniques, this type of surgery is performed on patients who have little or no history of medical conditions that would make them more likely to develop complications.
The success of robotic minimally invasive surgery has been so effective at reducing the risks associated with this type of surgical procedure that there are now even some major medical centres that provide robotic surgery, Adelaide, by AHKC as a part of their patient care. One such centre is the Mayo Clinic, where robotic-assisted minimally invasive surgery is part of their overall patient care.