The advantages of robotic knee surgery:
Robotic-Assisted Knee Surgery vs. Traditional Knee Surgery Comparison
The most significant advantage of robotic-assisted knee surgery is that it enhances the surgeon’s ability to perform the procedure successfully and accurately. In contrast, traditional knee operations are entirely dependent on the surgeon’s visual observations.
Robotic-assisted knee surgery, which is highly precise, restores more naturally occurring leg and knee movements than traditional knee surgeries.
In robotic-assisted knee surgery, the physician just needs to operate on the affected area, resulting in less harm to surrounding tissues, fewer broken bones, and less blood loss.
Patients can leave the hospital within 24 to 48 hours of surgery since there has been less damage to adjacent tissues and less blood loss.
Robotic-assisted knee surgery has a higher degree of accuracy, which allows for a quicker patient recovery than traditional knee procedures.
The amount of postoperative medicine is quite low due to the accuracy of robotically assisted knee surgery.