Robotic orthopedic surgery in Hyderabad
Robotics is not a futuristic goal; it is a trending technology for joint replacement. Now, ROBOTIC JOINT REPLACEMENT is right here at CITIZENS HOSPITALS, Nallagandla, Hyderabad.
Now Orthopedic Surgeons can perform joint replacement procedures (Knee replacement and hip replacement) with great accuracy and perfection. Robotic-assisted arms help surgeons perform precise and dexterous movements more precisely and accurately.
With robotic orthopedic surgeries and joint replacements, senior orthopedic surgeons can achieve far superior and exceptional clinical outcomes.
Let us try to understand robotic orthopedic surgery in Hyderabad.
How Robotics can help in Joint Replacements!
Orthopedic joint replacement surgeries involving robotic arm assistance are of different types. At Citizen’s Hospitals, the Department of Orthopedic Robotic Surgery, Joint Replacement and Trauma Care has a team of expert robotic joint replacement surgeons – who specializes in all types of robotic joint replacement surgeries and work collaboratively to achieve the most precise, and accurate results.
Dr. Vasudeva Juvvadi – is an experienced, Robotic Joint replacement surgeon.
Dr. Vasudeva plans a sophisticated scanning CT scan prior to performing the surgery to plan the extent of bone that needs to be removed and to help in maximizing the accuracy of the alignment and placement of the implant.
The main advantage of robotic-assisted joint replacement surgery is precision, accuracy, and perfection. All these factors help in achieving far superior outcomes. With the use of sophisticated computational technology and robotics, Dr. Vasudeva Juvvadi designs and formulates a plan – which is based on scanning results. This type of planning helps in determining the extent of bone that needs to be removed. This will help in augmenting the accuracy.
During the most advanced and most precise robotic-assisted surgery, the plan that ensures the exact dimensions to be followed is implemented. The robotic arm by following this plan removes just enough, but not excess bone. Even the healthy surrounding tissues remain unaffected with the least damage.
Advantages of Robotic Arm-Assisted Surgery
A more advanced, sophisticated, and cutting-edge robotic system in the world allows the trained orthopedic surgeon to be within predefined limits. This ensures a reduced risk of complications.
An expert orthopedic robotic surgeon works within a predefined and confined boundary. The precise robotic arm doesn’t allow the surgeon to move away from defined boundaries. The accuracy of this technology is within the 2 mm range.
Easy access to the surgical site
A surgeon makes surgical incisions to reach the affected bone and to place the implant. The doctor can have access to this site from where they need to be. They can place the implant accurately. This will reduce the risk of complications.
Faster Recovery and Less Painful
When compared to traditional joint replacements, robotic joint replacements are accurate and less painful.
The advantage of robotic-ram-assisted joint replacement surgery (knee & hip replacements) is less pain and faster recovery. The topmost priority for many people following joint replacement is to resume work as early as possible. When it comes to robotic arm surgery, the procedure is most accurate and precise which makes it not only less painful but also safer.
Personalized surgical plans based on your anatomy
Prior to planning a robotic-assisted joint replacement procedure, a certified and trained orthopedic surgeon orders a CT scan of the joint. He uses the scan to construct a 3D virtual model of a person’s unique bone and joint anatomy. The surgeon uses this virtual model and loads this into a robotic computational system. The software of the system creates a personalized pre-operative plan.
An advanced robotic procedure is performed according to a predefined and personalized pre-operative plan. During a robotic-assisted joint replacement procedure, an experienced robotic surgeon guides the robotic arm as per the set personalized pre-operative plan to prepare and position the bone and align the implant.