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Robotic Surgery In Mumbai

What is Robotic Surgery?

Robotic Surgery in Mumbai has been developed around the rearmost technological advancements that deliver both surgeons and patients to get constructive outcomes by operating even the most complex surgeries with ease. With the advancement in surgical procedures, robotically assisted surgeries come with the most advancement by providing less scarring & infections, and more precision and navigation of its instruments making the difficult surgeries have a good outcome. Robotic Surgery In Mumbai is at the forefront of this revolutionary approach, offering advanced surgical solutions for optimal patient care.

How will you benefit from Robotic Surgery?

  • Shorter hospitalization
  • Faster recovery time
  • Faster return to normal activities
  • Minimal/ Less scarring
  • Reduced risk of infection due to smaller incisions
  • Reduced blood loss
  • Reduced transfusions
  • Reduced pain
  • Reduced discomfort
Robotic Surgery In Mumbai
Robotic Surgery In Mumbai

Why choose DHI for Robotic Surgery in Mumbai?

Select your surgeon carefully and ensure that your surgeon has been trained and accredited with the right qualification before making this choice. Dr Muffazal Lakdawala is the first bariatric surgeon in India to adopt the most advanced IV Gen Xi Robotic System. For which he has undergone robotic training from “Advent Health Celebration (Orlando, Florida)”. Currently, Dr Muffi offers robotic surgery for GI and Bariatric procedures at Sir HN Hospital Mumbai to his patients

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What Surgeries do we perform under Robotics?

1.Weight-loss Surgeries-

a.Roux En Y Gastric Bypass
b.Banded Gastric Bypass
c.Sleeve Gastrectomy
d.Revisional Bariatric surgeries
e.Mini Gastric Bypass

2.General Surgeries

d.Hydatid cyst removal (Liver surgery)
  • i.Internal Hernia repair with Gangrene
  • ii.Internal Hernia repair without Gangrene
  • iii.Bilateral Inguinal Hernia repair
  • iv.Unilateral Inguinal Hernia repair
  • v.Small Umbilical Hernia repair
  • f.Puestow’s surgery g.Splenectomy h.Video-Assisted Thoracoscopy (VATS)

3.Oncology Surgeries

a.Whipple’s surgery
b.Stomach cancers
c.Large & Small Intestine Cancers

Planning and preparation before surgery

The most important thing you can do before surgery is to talk your surgeon and follow all instructions
from you care team.Here's a list of additional ideas to help you get ready for surgery day.

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Prepare for your recovery

Your doctor may share a post-surgery checklist,but no two people are alike.Be sure to tell your doctor about
your situation-your work and family demands,exercise habits,

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What kind of care will I need when I get home?Will I need someone to stay with full time?Will my care provider need to able to lift me from a chair or bed?

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Will I have any food or drink restrictions and for how long?Are there foods you recommended?

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Getting back to normal

How long before I can return to work or resume my usual activities?

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How long does post-surgery pain typically last? What do I need to know about pain management medications?

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What activity restrictions do I need to be aware of, i.e, sitting in a chair,lifting,having sex,climbing stairs?

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How long before i can start exercising again?

No. The robotic system just interprets the surgeon’s hand movements with precision to operate efficiently in real-time. It is the surgeon who performs surgery.
There are various reasons why one should opt for robotic surgery as it comes up with many benefits such as shorter hospitalization, less blood loss, minimal scarring, etc- to name a few.
It depends on the type of surgery a patient does. Usually, it takes 1-2 days. But always comply and do whatever your surgeon suggests.

a.It usually takes 1 week to get back to any desk job. It depends on what type of surgery one has undergone.

b.The time that you take off from work depends on what type of work you do. After the laparoscopic/Robotic approach, you can go back to a desk job sometimes in as little as one week. Most people take about two weeks off from work.

Not any surgeon can operate with robotic surgery. Surgeons should be trained in this particular type of surgery. So while planning for the robotic surgery, check whether your surgeon is
Robotic Surgery is worth the cost due to its efficiency and performance during the surgery and the benefit a patient gets out of it. After surgery, reduced hospital stay, less blood loss and transfusion, and less scarring are some of the benefits on the list.


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