Infection risk decreases after robotic surgery. The
reason for this is that the abdomen is not opened with a large incision and the
bleeding is reduced. The results that will make the patients aesthetically
happy are obtained. Because there are no scars that large incisions will
remain in the body, 3-4 tiny holes opened to the patient are sufficient for the surgery.
While images are obtained with a single camera in
standard closed surgeries, two high-resolution cameras are used in robotic
surgery. A comfortable surgery is experienced with three-dimensional
images that can be enlarged up to 12 times. In other words, the robot can
enter places that the doctor cannot enter with his hand, and it can see
structures that are too small for the doctor to see. Thanks to the robot,
the surgeon managing robotic surgery can perform the operations comfortably
even in places that cannot be reached anywhere in the body.
With the robot, all hand movements of the surgeon during
the operation are reflected on the robot. However, with a special
technology in the robot, the surgeon’s hand tremors are not reflected on the
robot. This causes robotic surgery to be preferred in surgical procedures
that require great precision.