SaiShree Hospital, Aundh has raised the bar for technology in healthcare by successfully completing 100 robotic knee surgeries with western India’s ONLY fully automatic Robotic System. The hospital is well equipped with latest technology and best experts to take care of patient’s orthopaedic healthcare needs. These surgeries were conducted by Maharashtra’s only fully automatic active robotic joint replacement system.
Robotic technology, has been a gamechanger when it comes to surgeries in India. This technology in India is blooming and has taken the surgical profession to a notch higher by providing world-class services and desired results to the patients. With these advanced next-gen technologies paving their ways, it is expected that robotic technology will usher a new and advanced era of growth of healthcare industry in India.
Elucidating the significance of technology, Dr. Neeraj Adkar, Robotic Joint replacement & Sports injury surgeon, said “The new technology is very promising since the robotics-enabled artificial intelligence helps achieve more precision and accuracy ensuring a well-balanced knee. It takes help of CT-Scan images to develop patient specific 3D bone model and does virtual simulation of joint replacement surgeries personalized for each patient. With sub-millimeter dimensional accuracy, it helps to get the optimal post-surgery outcomes for joint replacement. Moreover, with this transforming technique, the patients readily regain their quality of life.
“Some of the benefits offered by CUVIS Joint robotic technology are lesser tissue trauma and thus lesser associated blood loss, faster recovery, early hospital discharge and best possible implant positioning with maximum cutting accuracy. This advanced technology is all set to redefine the boundaries of healthcare offerings my patients suffering from severe arthritis and bring back their active lifestyle. Cuvis Robot, is Western India’s only fully automatic & Advanced Robotic Joint Replacement System which is installed at SaiShree Hospital to transform the lives of patients dealing and struggling with joint pain”, further added Dr. Adkar