Robotic Bariatric Procedure

About Treatment

Robotic Bariatric Treatments blends the precision and adaptability of robotic technology with the experience of highly trained treatments. With the use of the da Vinci Treatment System, Our Treatment can execute complex weight reduction treatments with greater control and precision using tiny incisions, leaving patients with less scars and a quicker recovery.

Robotic Bariatric Treatments are typically advised for individuals with a Body Mass Index (BMI) exceeding 40, or a BMI above 35 accompanied by obesity-related health issues. Prospective candidates must undergo a thorough assessment to establish their suitability for the procedure. It is crucial to have an in-depth discussion with our bariatric team about the potential risks and benefits before proceeding.

Types Of Robotic Bariatric Procedure

Robotic Gastric Bypass

This procedure involves creating a small pouch at the top of the stomach and connecting it directly to the small intestine, bypassing the rest of the stomach and the upper part of the small intestine.The robotic system allows to perform this complex procedure with greater precision and control through small incisions.

Robotic Sleeve Gastrectomy

Sleeve gastrectomy involves removing a portion of the stomach to create a smaller, banana-shaped stomach pouch. Using robotic assistance, can precisely remove the stomach tissue and staple the remaining portion with high accuracy, resulting in improved outcomes and reduced risk of complications.

Frequently Asked Questions

Robotic Bariatric  involves using robotic-assisted technology to perform weight-loss procedures with enhanced precision and dexterity compared to traditional laparoscopic treatment.

Advantages may include shorter hospital stays, faster recovery times, reduced pain and scarring, and potentially improved outcomes.

Suitable candidates are typically individuals who meet the criteria for bariatric procedure and have no contraindications to robotic-assisted treatment.

Various bariatric procedures, including sleeve gastrectomy, gastric bypass, and gastric banding, can be performed using robotic-assisted techniques.

Risks are similar to those of traditional bariatric procedure and may include infection, bleeding, anesthesia risks, and potential complications related to the robotic technology.

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