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Robot-assisted surgery technology- Da Vinci Xi installed at Max Hospital in Vaishali, Health News, ET HealthWorld

Max Super Speciality Hospital located in Vaishali, Uttar Pradesh announced the installation of its latest robot-assisted surgery technology, Da Vinci Xi (developed by US-based Intuitive) on Friday. According to the hospital, robotic surgery results in fewer cases of post-surgery complications development among patients and reduced hospital stay.

Dr Anant Kumar, Chairman, Urology, Robotics & Renal Transplant, MSSH Vaishali said, “We are happy to bring Robotic surgery in kidney transplants in UP for the first time. We hope that this is a good start to Robotic surgeries in the state, and this will go a long way in availing new age surgical technology for people in this part of the country without having to travel to nearby metros like Delhi”.

Commenting on this installation, Dr Gaurav Aggarwal, Senior Vice President – Operations; Max Hospital Vaishali, said, “Since the incidences of cancer and other diseases have been growing across India, ever-increasing number of patients are coming for advanced treatments to Max Hospital Vaishali, now more than ever, from neighboring towns/cities…We are proud to now install the latest Da Vinci Xi technology to make treatment more effective and less stressful.”

“Furthermore, this installation will help to get better clinical outcomes in kidney surgeries, urological reconstructive surgeries, gallbladder removal, prostate removal, bariatric surgery, abdominal wall reconstruction, fibroids removal, urinary incontinence, thoracic surgery and ENT surgery as well. Senior leadership at Max Healthcare plans to invest more on technological front at Max Vaishali, towards their vision to benefit patients, comprehensively. The da Vinci Xi technology, in general, provides better patient outcomes associated with lesser pain, less blood loss, shorter hospital stay, and even minimal post-operative complications in certain cases,” he added.

Dr Vivek Bindal, Associate Director & Head – Institute of Minimal Access, Bariatric & Robotic Surgery, MSSH, Vaishali said, “With surgeries like hernia and bariatric/weight loss surgeries, various co-morbidities like diabetes, hypertension, obesity-related conditions are involved. Today, with the advanced surgical technologies like da Vinci robotic-assisted surgeries, we are able to perform these procedures more safely and efficiently with minimal post-operative care and faster recovery.”

The hospital stated that these benefits result in enabling the surgeon and care teams in providing life-enhancing care for patients.

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