Prostate Cancer Treatment in India

For Prostate cancer treatment robotic surgery is a common choice to try to cure prostate cancer if it is not thought to have spread outside the gland (stage T1 or T2 cancers).

The main type of robotic surgery for prostate cancer is known as a radical prostatectomy surgery. In this operation, the surgeon removes the entire prostate gland plus some of the tissue around it, including the seminal vesicles. A radical prostatectomy can be done in different ways.

A less invasive surgical option – Laparoscopy is available for urologic surgery that uses small incisions. But, due to some the limitations of laparoscopy procedures it is not suggested
for more complex urologic surgeries.

One of the most modern and effective way of surgery is robotic radical prostatectomy surgery. It is a minimally invasive approach, using the latest Da Vinci Robotic Surgical System and
it is ideal for delicate urological surgeries.

Prostate Cancer Surgery
Robotic Surgery in India

Advantages of Robotic Prostatectomy:-

Robotic Prostate Surgery:

Clinically Superior Results
Reduced Risk of Complications
less post operative pain
Less Scarring
Less blood loss
A shorter hospital stay
Erectile Function
Faster recovery and return to normal activities
Fater return of urinary continence

Dr. Mahesh desai is the head of robotic surgery for prostate, kidney and urinary bladder cancer at Muljibhai patel urological hospital ( Centre for Robotic Surgery) in India. He is Top Urologist in world. It is the first super specialty hospital in India dedicated to Urology. We serve our patients for more than 35 years and we are popularly known as “Nadiad Kidney Hospital in India”.

Benefits of Robotic Surgery for Prostate (Prostatectomy) Cancer

Robotic Surgery has revolutionized the medical field by storm. This surgery is gaining immense popularity for prostatectomy, hysterectomy, and heart related diseases. It is a minimally invasive surgery performed by a robot, wherein the systems are controlled by the surgeon and his/her movement’s are translated in the computer and further carried out by the robot on patients. Here, the robotic arms are attached to long instruments and are placed through small keyhole openings in the patient’s abdomen instead of the surgeon’s hands.

Though, the robot performs the operation but the entire process is actually controlled by the surgeon, which includes handling the forceps with the help of ‘master control’. The surgeon monitors the robot’s work and every movement step by step. Da Vinci Surgical System – state-of-the-art technology is used for this surgery. Continue reading “Benefits of Robotic Surgery for Prostate (Prostatectomy) Cancer”