Robotic Assisted Bariatric Surgeries

Robotic Assisted surgeries are the next thing in surgical specialities. Guided by robotic arms, robotic surgery is like a shot in the arm in treating and performing various surgical procedures, right from removing the deeply lodged tumours to bariatrics. 


The most common bariatric procedures that can be done through Robotic surgeries are Gastric Bypass or Roux-En-Y Gastric Bypass Sleeve Gastrectomy. 

Who Needs Robotic-Assisted Bariatric Surgery?

Robotic Bariatric surgery is for patients suffering from extreme levels of obesity.

How Is Robotic Assisted Bariatric Surgery Done?

During the procedure, the surgeon sits at the master console, and the robotic arm, which mimics the dexterity of the human hand, makes small incisions through which it does the required surgery. The surgeon at the console will be able to view the inside of the body in 3D vision and use multi-range, sophisticated tiny surgical instruments to complete the procedure. After the surgery, the robotic hands suture the incisions.


It may take up to a year to achieve the desired weight loss.

Robotic Assisted Bariatric Surgery comes with various advantages, including less pain, smaller incisions, lesser blood loss, and shorter hospital stays.

You may have to spend 2 to 4 days after undergoing Robotic Assisted Bariatric Surgery.

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