From Robotic Surgery to Laparoscopy, This is ARMIS Technology on BMHS
The world of health is now increasingly advanced with the presence of technology for surgical medical procedures, namely robotic surgery. Health is one of the most important aspects of life because it involves the ability and comfort in activities. Therefore, the world of medicine has an important role in the treatment of various diseases suffered by humans around the world.
From time to time, the world of medicine presents various new breakthroughs, both in science and equipment. Along with the development of the times, technology can increasingly be used to develop various methods and medical treatment. One of them is by developing robotic machines for surgical procedures. BMHS (Bundamedik Healthcare System) presents ARMIS, Advanced Robotic Minimally Invasive Surgery, which is a special surgical service carried out by a team of professional and trained surgeons using advanced and cutting-edge technology to minimize large incisions in surgery. This makes the treatment more effective and the healing time faster.
Robotic Surgery Medical Procedures and Applications
One of the leading technologies used by the BMHS ARMIS (Advanced Robotic Minimally Invasive Surgery) team is robotic surgery. As the name implies, this surgical procedure involves a robotic system in its implementation. However, that does not mean the surgical procedure is entirely controlled by robots. The robot system is only used as a support by utilizing a computerized system.
In this procedure, the surgeon's role remains the primary. Robotic surgery can't just go away on its own without a doctor's control. The surgeon alias remains fully responsible for making medical decisions during the surgery. The application or application of robotic surgery includes several treatments in specialized services such as urology, gynecology, cardiac and thoracic surgery, oncology surgery, ENT surgery, to digestive surgery. Here are some sample applications.
Types of surgery in the field of urology that can apply robotic surgical procedures are radical prostatectomy, donor nephrectomy, nephrectomy, cystectomy, to ureteral implantation. BMHS (Bundamedik Healthcare System) has urology specialists who are ready to handle this procedure.
In the area of gynecology, this type of robotic surgery can be applied to total and radical hysterectomy procedures, tubal reanastomosis, as well as myomectomy and cystectomy. BMHS (Bundamedik Healthcare System) serves this procedure and is performed by trained gynecological specialists.
3. Digestive Field
Digestive surgery with the help of robotic tools can be applied to the procedure of gastrectomy, colon resection, cholecystectomy, intestinal resection, hemicolectomy, pancreatic resection, intra-rectal surgery, and several other procedures. BMHS (Bundamedik Healthcare System) has a digestive surgeon specialist for this procedure.
Laparoscopic Medical Procedure and Its Benefits
In addition to robotic surgery procedures, ARMIS also has laparoscopic or keyhole surgery services. This procedure is a minimally invasive surgical procedure, by making a small incision in the abdominal wall. Laparoscopic procedures allow patients to undergo a healing period in a relatively faster time than if undergoing major surgery. In addition, the laparoscopic procedure also aims to minimize the risk of major surgery. The goals of the laparoscopic procedure are quite diverse. Usually doctors will consider this procedure for the following purposes:
- Perform an examination as well as perform treatment if a tumor is found growing in the pelvis or abdomen.
- Overcoming endometriosis
- Taking tissue samples from the patient's body for biopsy examination needs
- Examination of cysts, fibroids, to infections in the reproductive organs
Meanwhile, the advantages of the laparoscopic procedure are numerous. Doctors make very small incisions with a size of 5-10 mm so that it will only cause minimal surgical wounds, unlike major surgery. Laparoscopic procedures can also reduce postoperative pain, allowing patients to recover more quickly. The risk of bleeding and adhesions can also be minimized by a laparoscopic procedure.
The development of technology in the medical world has made it easier for patient care and treatment. If you want to recover immediately after surgery, there is no harm in taking advantage of the robotic surgery and laparoscopic procedures from ARMIS at the BMHS (Bundamedik Healthcare System) service unit.