It is the most advanced surgical system that currently exists to perform the most complex interventions, such as prostate cancer surgery using a minimally invasive approach.

Endoscopic 3D camera
High definition image
360º Maneuverability

Endoscopic 3D camera

High definition image

360º Maneuverability


The robot makes small incisions through which the Robot's surgical arms act, which results in fewer postoperative complications, less pain, less bleeding, and minimal scarring.


As it is a less invasive and more precise surgery, it is safer for the patient, since the risks of conventional open surgeries and possible human errors are minimized.


The patient's recovery is faster and the hospital stay is shorter. The patient can leave the hospital 4-5 days after the intervention compared to 10 days after admission for conventional operations.


In addition to facilitating intervention in areas that are difficult for the surgeon to access, the high magnification capacity provided by the console provides perfect visibility in three dimensions that allows the surgeon to make microsurgical incisions, practically impossible in laparoscopic or open surgeries. .


One of the side effects of conventional surgeries that cause the patient the greatest concern is that sexual function and continence are affected. With the Da Vinci system the rate of preservation of urinary continence is greater than 90%, as long as the previous situation of the prostate allows it; while the recovery of the erection is also preserved in the vast majority of patients, as long as the nerves responsible for the erection can be preserved and the patient's previous situation is ideal.  


The operation is performed by a surgeon assisted by the robot. The Da Vinci Robot does not operate autonomously, the robot reproduces the surgeon's movements and follows his instructions while enhancing visibility, precision and maneuverability.

Any surgery can have risks, since some complications may occur such as bleeding, infection, reaction to anesthesia, etc. However, thanks to the advanced technology of the Da Vinci system and being a minimally invasive intervention, these risks are less likely to occur.

In laparoscopic surgery, the surgeon operates manually with rigid instruments and observes the area to be operated on through a standard two-dimensional video monitor; both conditions can lead to reduced visibility and dexterity during operation.

While the Da Vinci Robot offers greater precision, since the system provides 360º visibility of the prostate with high magnification capacity; which allows the surgeon to make incisions and movements with millimeter precision thanks to the possibility of mechanically and digitally expanding the specialist's movements. The main difference is that the robot performs the surgical maneuvers with greater accuracy, reducing the operation time and with minimal invasion of the patient's body, which significantly increases the guarantees of the treatment and reduces the margin of human error.

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