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Robotic surgery offers a minimally invasive approach to hysterectomy and other procedures such as fibroid removal, endometriosis surgery, endometrial/cervical cancer surgery, and vaginal/uterine prolapse.
Hysterectomy for benign conditions
Enables gynecologists to treat complex pathology minimally invasively, minimizing conversions and the need for total abdominal hysterectomy (TAH).
Hysterectomy for early stages of gynecologic cancer
Enables gynecologists to perform the most comprehensive minimally invasive surgery for early stage gynecologic cancer.
Myomectomy to remove uterine fibroids
Enables gynecologists to perform uterine-preserving myomectomies minimally invasively, reproducibly and following open surgical technique.
Sacrocolpopexy to correct vaginal/uterine prolapse
Enables a reproducible, minimally invasive approach with unsurpassed surgical ease and efficiency.
Potential patient benefits may include:
Less need for pain medication
Less blood loss and fewer transfusions
Fewer complications and lower conversion rate
Shorter hospital stay
Quicker recovery and fast return to normal daily activities
Small incisions for improved cosmesis
Better clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction, in many cases as compared to open surgery
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