Robotic surgery trial begins in THIS state of India

Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir is now moving towards modernization in the health sector. Due to this, experts in Kashmir have been made aware of the demo of robotic surgery. 130 surgeons have conducted trials about robotic surgery through a two-and-a-half day workshop. They have been well explained about it. The workshop was organized by the Government Medical College.

He was the doctor surgeon who participated in the workshop, according to whom it would prove to be an important step in the health sector. According to Mufti Mahmood, principal doctor of the surgery department at the GMC, the method of surgery was earlier used in Europe. Then Ahista-Ahista has also reached India. At present, there are 86 robots in the country, out of which 12 are from Delhi.

At the same time, according to doctor Mahmood, the surgery has great benefits, as the robot's side can rotate up to 360 degrees, which is not possible in a human palm. Due to this feature of this surgery, it has increased its reach to places where doctors may find it difficult to reach. According to doctor Mehboob, this surgery reduces the recovery time of the patient as compared to normal surgery. After this surgery, the stitches also take less, which also reduces the infection crisis.

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