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Robotic surgeries on the rise


curated by | August 19, 2012

(Times of India) “In the last few years, it has emerged as the safest and almost painless method for surgery and doctors are now using robots for gynae procedures, bypass surgery, cancer treatment and even in the case of transplants. Major hospitals in the city including AIIMS, Fortis and Medanta Medicity are creating special set-up for robotic surgery in view of increasing public demand. Surgery performed with the help of robot helps in early recovery of the patient, involves less bleeding or incision and leaves lesser scars, the doctors claim.”

See on timesofindia.indiatimes.com

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