Mumbai: Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, Mumbai announced the launch of its third da Vinci robotic surgical system, making it the first and only hospital in the country with three da Vinci robots. One of the first in the country to introduce robotic surgery with the da Vinci Robotic System in June 2012, the hospital has today completed over 4500 robotic-assisted surgeries across specialities including adult and paediatric urology, gynaecology, ENT and bariatric surgery as well as in cancer surgeries for uro-oncology, gynaecological, head and neck, lung and oesophageal, and colorectal cancers.
Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital (KDAH) has been at the forefront in bringing the cutting edge of medical technology to India and with the third advanced da Vinci Robotic surgical system, has cemented its position as a pioneer in robotic minimally invasive surgery. KDAH is also the first hospital in the country to achieve the significant milestone of completing over 2600 robotic surgeries for treating patients with prostate, kidney and urinary bladder cancer. With dedicated trained specialists in robotic surgery, KDAH has redefined the boundaries of minimally invasive surgery for patients and surgeons, addressing the limitations of conventional open surgery and resolving the shortcomings of traditional laparoscopic methods using the da Vinci robotic surgical platforms.