Precision Surgery for Faster Recovery
By Capital Women's Care
October 14, 2021
Category: OBGYN
Tags: Robotic Surgery  

The recovery period after a gynecologic surgery can be difficult, depending on individual patient factors. Precision surgery aims to help surgeons perform surgery with more accuracy and clearer vision. The daVinci robot is a computerized system in which the surgeon performs surgeries by making small incisions. A high magnification camera allows the surgeon to see the surgical area clearly without difficulty. It is easy to control all instruments used in the surgery. Dr. Leslie Masiky, Dr. Aliya Poshni, and Dr. Adam Footer from Capital Women's Care have incorporated Robotic Surgery in their practice in Rockville, MD.

Many have the misconception that a robot conducts surgery in robotic surgeries. It is a system where a computer-controlled robot assists the surgeon during the surgery. The incisions made in robotic surgery are precise, compared to traditional open incision methods allowing minimum damage to healthy tissues. The advantage of this method is less pain and blood loss, a shorter hospital stay, and faster recovery. Patients who require complex surgeries can benefit from Robotic surgery in Rockville, MD.

Surgeons can use precision surgery in removing the uterus (hysterectomy). It can also help in removing fibroids from the uterus (myomectomy). Some patients have tissue growing outside of the uterus that can cause considerable pelvic pain during menstruation. It is known as endometriosis and it can utilize the daVinci robot system for surgery. This advanced system is not limited to gynecologic surgeries and, various other surgeries use it. Highly skilled surgeons undergo special training in robotic surgery before operating on patients.

The field of precision surgery is evolving and looks promising for patients as well as surgeons. To know more about Robotic Surgery in Rockville, MD, schedule an appointment with Dr. Leslie Masiky, Dr. Aliya Poshni, or Dr. Adam Footer from Capital Women's Care by calling our office at (303) 569- 6301 today or (240) 790- 1725 for emergencies.

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