Robotic Cardiac Surgery

Robotic surgery is often referred to as surgery with da Vinci. Robotic surgery is a heart surgery in which surgeons conduct heart surgery using small tools and robot-controlled devices.

Robotic surgery has several uses, including coronary artery bypass, valve surgery, heart defect repair, cardiac ablation, and tumor removal, in various heart-related procedures.

Robotic surgery benefits • Removal of tumors in the heart • Treatment of congenital heart conditions • Repair or replacement of leaky or rigid heart valves• Correct atrial fibrillation, a common type of arrhythmia • Minimally invasive treatment compared to open-heart surgery• Rapid healing.

• Less ricks compared to open-heart surgery• Less damage to the patient, including less discomfort • Shorter hospital stay (usually 3 to 4 days)• Diminished use of pain medications• Less bleeding • Diminished risk of infection Risks of robotic surgery The patient will undergo a series of pre-robotic surgery procedures during which the patient's age, medical history, gender, and environment should be treated.

Robotic cardiac surgery often entails risks, including:· Heart attack· Stroke· Infection· Death


Anesthesia for Robotic Cardiac Surgery | Robotic Mitral Valve Surgery | Robotic Coronary Bypass Graft on Beating Heart | Robotic Surgery in Congenital Heart Disease | Intraoperative Transesophageal Echocardiography | Hybrid coronary revascularization | Robotic Left Ventricular Epicardial Lead Implantation

Market Statistics:

The need for heart surgery is increasing over the world. During the period 2017-2025, robots will have a cumulative market value of $7.50 billion, owing to the large increase in the number of robot-based and computer-assisted cardiological surgery procedures for the treatment of heart problems.

According to industry estimates, the global surgical robots market is estimated to reach USD 6.4 billion in 2021 and to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 17.6 percent from 2021 to 2026. Surgical robots allow surgeons to perform complex surgical procedures with greater precision.