Surgery Using Robotic Technology More Efficient
Saturday, March 24, 2012 12:44 PM
Expert tuition Stikes RS PMC
PEKANBARU, RiauOnline - Pekanbaru Hospital Medical Center re-execute the expert tuition. This time presenting expert lectures robotic surgery for gynecologic the first in Indonesia and in vitro fertilization. In addition to providing knowledge of robotic surgery, PMC students are also given knowledge of the discipline, motivation and leadership.
In the field of robotic surgery, Dr. RS PMC bring Irham Suheimi SpOG and Dr. Ihsan Suheimi SpOG expert operator Robotic Surgery for gynecologic and expert on Indonesia's first test tube baby. To the field of discipline, motivation and leadership conveyed by Kapt.Inf Irdhan Suheimi. Activities that take place in the Hall of Granada Hospital, followed by hundreds of students PMC PMC obstetrics.
According to Dr. Irham Suheimi, the use of robotic technology in surgery has many advantages over conventional surgery. Among the advantages are much smaller surgical wound, for example for cecar operation requires only a few centimeters wound.
"The use of robotic surgical technology much more efficient, faster wound healing and minimal bleeding. Robotic it can be used for various types of surgery, such as cecar, heart surgery, prostate and uterine lift others," said Irham again.
It is said, in a technologically robotic surgery can also minimize the risk of surgical complications, such as errors in cutting. Incision wounds heal faster because a much smaller operation.
According to Prof Dr Suheimi eldest son, the surgical robotic technology is the development of laparoscopy. This new surgical system implemented last two months in Indonesia and was first used by Bunda Hospital Jakarta. For two months the 20 patients who had surgery with this robotic system.
"The system of robotic surgery and surgical services IVF will soon be implemented in the RS PMC. Using robotic surgery is quite expensive, least expensive operating costs by using technology is around Rp60 million," said the prospective heir to the hospital again this PMC. ***