Robotic Surgery Center

The Bumrungrad Robotic Surgery Center was founded on the commitment to deliver continuous improvements on the quality of healthcare services — by welcoming innovation and advanced technologies.

Bumrungrad Hospital first adopted robot-assisted surgery in 2016, beginning with the surgical treatment of prostate cancer.

The da Vinci Robotic Surgical System

Benefits of robotic-assisted surgery:

  • The high precision and accuracy made possible by robotic arms that are able to bend and rotate freely results in surgeries being safer and far more effective
  • Very small incisions, minimal blood loss, and much faster recovery
  • Reduced risk of post-operative complications
  • Conditions
  • Treatment
    Robot-Assisted Surgery and the Da Vinci System:
     

    Through robot-assisted surgery, surgical procedures result in more accurate, safe, and effective outcomes, while also allowing for smaller incisions, minimal blood loss, faster recovery, and a reduced risk of complications post-surgery. The technology has been brought on to tackle surgeries previously deemed too complex or in too difficult-to-access areas. 

  • The da Vinci Robotic System Components
    • The Surgical Cart (a robotic cart at the patient’s side) – This performs the surgery and is controlled by a computer that exactly replicates the movements of the surgeon who operates the robot’s controls from the console. The robotic cart contains the robot’s 4 arms. The first of these arms holds the system’s cameras which send high-definition 3-D view of the patient’s internal organs at the surgical site back to the surgeon at the console. This gives the surgeon a clear, detailed view of the internal organs, tissues, and nerves. The remaining 3 arms can hold a multitude of different endowrist instruments that can be rotated and bended in 7 different degrees of motion. This means that the movements of the robotic instruments mirror those of human hands, but with more detail and finesse thanks to computerized assistance.  
       
    • The Surgeon’s Console – This is where the surgeon sits and operates the master controls to perform the surgery using a stereoscopic monitor that provides a 3-D view of the surgical site. Throughout the surgery, the surgeon will sit at the console and perform the surgery using both hands to manipulate the master controls as if they were performing normal surgery. The system then transmits and seamlessly translates the surgeon's hand, wrist and finger movements into precise, real-time movements of the surgical instruments within the patient’s body.

    • The Computer Control Tower – This is an important component that helps to regulate, analyze, and process data signals between the surgeon and the robot.  

Check our Robotic Surgery Center Packages:

From

370,000 THB

Robotic-assisted cholecystectomy

Robotic-assisted cholecystectomy with accommodation for 2 nights.

From

380,000 THB

Robotic-assisted inguinal hernia repair (Unilat)

Robotic-assisted inguinal hernia repair (Unilat) with accommodation for 2 nights.

From

510,000 THB

Robotic-assisted inguinal hernia repair (Bilat)

Robotic-assisted inguinal hernia repair (Bilat) with accommodation for 2 nights.

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