Because it is minimally invasive, safer and more accurate than conventional methods, the surgical use of robots has several benefits for patients, such as minimizing post-operative trauma and pain, shorter surgery time and speeding up the recovery process.
It also favors surgeons, who reach areas that are difficult to access in other methods, have 3D visualization, with up to 15 times magnification of the operated area, and rely on the FireFly Fluorescence Imaging system, which identifies the most vascularized parts using a fluorescent light. In addition, the surgeon has better ergonomics, which optimizes his/her performance and ensures less fatigue and greater efficiency in longer procedures.
Today, robotic surgery is indicated for the treatment of cancer in the digestive, gynecological and urological systems. Obese patients and candidates for bariatric surgery are also among the most favored by this technology