Precision through Robotic Surgery at Sakra World Hospital

Minimally invasive surgeries are the norm and to further raise the bar, Sakra World Hospital brings in Robotic Surgery to deliver better 3D visualization and precision. Sakra Institute of Robotic Sciences has taken the right direction toward consolidating one of the highly technical advancements with advanced integrated systems to make surgical procedures precise and safe. With Da Vinci Robotic Surgery and the installation of this technology, our surgeons will be able to work with state-of-the-art technology which is at the forefront of delivering efficient, precise, and safe surgical care.

Understanding the Essence behind Robotic Surgery

The use of robotics in surgery is the culmination of integrated technology systems that redefines surgical procedures in an innovative way. This state-of-the-art system can mimic human hand movements by increasing precision and reducing tremors during any surgery to deliver unmatched benefits. The Robotic platform provides patients with precise and bloodless surgery which is less painful, with minimal scarring. It promotes faster recovery and reduced hospital stays.

Benefits of Robotic Surgery

Benefits for the Surgeon


Console Gives Control

The robot's vision system provides a clear 3D view of the surgical area, while the tiny instruments with a greater range of motion and built-in tremor filtration system enable precise surgical procedures.


Precise Movements Through Eagle Eye View

The console connected to robotic hands on the operating table allows the surgeon to perform complex surgeries with added control, utilizing robot technology with four hands and a camera.


Expanding Outcomes in Every Possible Way

The refined technology extends the surgical abilities of the surgeons and can be connected to an LED screen for the assistance of the team of surgeons and nursing staff.

Benefits for the Patients

With the Robotic Surgical System, surgeons are now able to offer a minimally-invasive option for complex surgical procedures as well. Robotic surgery, computer-assisted surgery and robotically-assisted surgery are terms for technological developments that use robotic systems to aid in surgical procedures. Robotic surgery was developed to overcome both the limitations of MIS and enhance the capabilities of surgeons performing open surgery.

Shorter Hospital Stay

Lesser Pain

Lower Risk of Infection

Lesser Blood Loss

Fewer Transfusions

Specialities covered under Robotic Surgery

The Sakra Promise

Our cutting-edge technology combines the precision of robotics with the expertise of trained professionals to create a customized robotic program that's tailored to your unique needs. Sakra offers robotic surgery in Bangalore, where you are assured "Comprehensive Robotic Care", which provides speedy recovery with minimal scarring and pain.

Frequently Asked Questions

Open or traditional surgery is done by making an incision, which is often quite large, at the surgery site. Due to the big size of such an incision, many complications may arise such as blood loss, pain, scarring, post-surgery infections, prolonged healing time, etc. The duration of hospital stay after open surgery is also much longer, and the patient’s recovery is quite slow.

This type of surgery is performed by a skilled surgeon who uses a surgical robot in an operating room. The robotic surgical system provides various advantages to the surgeon who is able to perform better surgery than is otherwise possible.

There are three main parts of a robotic surgical system: The surgeon’s console, the patient cart, and the surgical robot itself, all of which are present in the operation theatre. The surgeon sits at the console and controls the precision-guided robotic arms holding various miniaturized instruments which are inserted through keyhole-sized incisions in the patient. A small video camera is inserted into the body through another hole and which provides the surgeon with a high-definition 3D image of the operating site. The surgeon views this image and moves the robotic arms to conduct the operation.

No, robotic surgery is actually ‘robot-assisted’ wherein the actual procedure is performed by the robotic surgeon, but with the help of a robotic system. Therefore, human expertise and insights are still there which are further enhanced with the help of robotic technology.

benefits of robotic surgery include a shorter hospital stay, less pain, less risk of infection, less blood loss, less scarring, faster recovery and a quicker return to normal daily activities.

Robotic surgeries have become quite common nowadays, and robotic surgical systems are being used in surgery at hundreds of leading hospitals globally including in countries like India, the United States, Canada, France, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Australia, Turkey, etc.

Just like any other major surgery including open surgery, which is performed under general anaesthesia, there is a certain amount of risk involved in robotic surgery as well. To understand the specific risks associated with the type of robotic surgery, talk to your doctor who can share complete details of the possible risks.

No, not every patient is a suitable candidate for robotic surgery. Your doctor will assess your medical condition, overall health, and some other factors before identifying the best course of treatment for your issue, and will recommend robotic surgery only if ideal.

Our cutting-edge technology combines the precision of robotics with the expertise of trained professionals to create a customized robotic program that's tailored to your unique needs. At Sakra, you are assured "Comprehensive Robotic Care", which provides speedy recovery with minimal scarring and pain.