Minimally Invasive Robotic Surgery for Hernia




Robotic surgery is nothing fancy. It’s just a tool and the robot itself does not do surgery. It’s a tool that the physician guides to perform surgery.

Dr. Michael Gonzalez Ramos, General Surgeon with Baptist Health South Florida, also says minimally surgeries, through small incisions, mean a best recovery for the patient.

Robotic surgery is the first option when a hernia is detected. Open surgery tends to be a lot more painful and has a more risk of infection.

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