Cardiovascular and Robotic Surgeries

Robotic cardiac surgery is heart surgery done through very small cuts in the chest. With the use of tiny instruments and robot-controlled tools, surgeons are able to do heart surgery in a way that is much less invasive than open-heart surgery. The procedure is also called da Vinci surgery. Robotic surgeries have been used for a number of different heart-related procedures, including valve surgery, coronary artery bypass, cardiac tissue ablation, heart defect repair, and tumor removal benefitting with minimal invasive that heal fast when compared with open-heart surgery. Surgeries like

are treated with Robotic surgeries with an advantage of not cutting the breastbone to open your chest. The surgeon does not have to cut through the breastbone to open your chest. This removes many of the complications of open-heart surgery.

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