Robotic Surgery

In robotic surgery, the surgeon operates from the surgical console next to the patient, using the arms that model the wrist in the patient’s console.

The robotic surgical system consists of three main parts: the da Vinci robot, the surgical console, the patient console, and the image tower.

Does the robot perform the surgery?

“Is a robot doing the surgery?” We can easily say “no” to this question. It is not the robot that performs the surgery, but a surgeon. In robotic surgery, the surgeon commands the robot, and the arms on the patient console operate, reflecting all the commands received from the surgeon simultaneously.

The most important difference is that the surgeon sees the operation area in a much clearer and closer way, thanks to the capabilities of the robot, in 3D. S/he is less tired because s/he operates by sitting and can take many similar advantages.

Da Vinci Robotic Surgery

The Da Vinci Robot is a highly successful medical technology that operates robotic surgery. Operation with the Da Vinci Robot is performed on tiny incisions. It provides a fast-paced recovery stage with very low side effects and high success to traditional methods.

The Da Vinci robotic surgical system gives both the surgeon and the patient a wide range of advantages over other surgical methods.

Benefits of Robotic Surgery

  • Making smaller incisions on the body,
  • Fewer scars
  • Less pain
  • Faster recovery
  • Less bleeding and the need to take less blood,
  • Fewer complications
  • Being able to discharge more quickly from the hospital and return to everyday activities,


Robotic Surgery in Urology
Surgeons prefer da Vinci for many urological operations, especially Robotic Prostate and Kidney Cancer Surgery.

Robotic Surgery in Cardiovascular Diseases
Cardiovascular surgery is one of the most frequently and widely used areas of robotic surgery. The most performed of these surgeries are; mitral valve repairs, coronary bypass surgeries (especially in the change of vessels on the anterior surface), rhythm disturbances, right valve repair, hole repair, and right and left atrium problems.

Robotic Surgery in General Surgery
One of the areas where robotic surgery systems are widely used in general surgery surgeries is Bariatric Surgery and Colorectal Surgery.

Robotic Colorectal Surgery
It can be used in the surgical treatment of colon and rectal cancers. In rectal surgery, the nerves located near the operation area are protected.

Robotic Bariatric Surgery
The Robotic Stomach reduction surgery method aims to reduce both the reduction of the stomach and the absorption of the food taken by disabling a part of the intestines.

Robotic Surgery in Gynecology
In robotic-gynecological surgery, surgeries such as cancer surgeries, removal of the uterus, and removal of large-scale myomas can be performed with da Vinci Robotic surgery.

Robotic Surgery in ENT
With the robot-assisted surgical technique, surgeries can be performed through the mouth, which is the natural introduction place, without any incisions. The robotic surgery technique allows surgeons to operate in this precise and narrow area where there are many neurons and veins, thanks to the enlarged image it offers and the instruments with high movement capabilities.

Robotic Surgery in Thyroid Diseases
In thyroid surgeries performed with robotic surgery; The absence of any incisions in the neck eliminates concerns about aesthetic problems and prevents the risk of laryngeal nerve damage.

Robotic Thoracic Surgery
Robotic surgical methods in thoracic surgery aim to remove the tumor or the tissue to be removed from the body together with some healthy tissue around it.
Wedge resection: It is the removal of only a small section of the lung that houses a tumor along with some healthy tissue around it.
Segmental resection: It is the surgery performed to remove a larger part of the lung.
Lobectomy: It is the process in which the entire lobe of the lung where the cancer is located is removed.
Pneumonectomy: It is the removal of the entire lung affected by cancer from the body.