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If your symptoms from pelvic prolapse are severe and affect your lifestyle, your doctor may recommend surgery. Prolapse surgery is also known as sacrocolpopexy. During the procedure, mesh is used to hold the affected pelvic organ(s) in their correct natural position. The procedure is not the same was what occurs during transvaginal placement of mesh.
Sacrocolpopexy can also be performed after a hysterectomy and can provide long-term support for the vagina.
If you are facing pelvic prolapse surgery, you may be a candidate for da Vinci Sacrocolpopexy. da Vinci surgeons make just a few small incisions instead of a large open incision - similar to traditional laparoscopy. The da Vinci System features a magnified 3D high-definition vision system and special wristed instruments that bend and rotate far greater than the human wrist. As a result, da Vinci enables your doctor to operate with enhanced vision, precision, dexterity and control.
As a result of da Vinci technology, da Vinci Sacrocolpopexy offers the following potential benefits when compared to traditional open surgery:
As a result of the da Vinci technology, da Vinci Sacrocolpopexy offers the following potential benefits compared to traditional laparoscopy:
Additional potential benefits of da Vinci Sacrocolpopexy include:
State-of-the-art da Vinci uses the latest in surgical and robotics technologies and is beneficial for performing complex surgery. Your surgeon is 100% in control of the da Vinci System, which translates his or her hand movements into smaller, more precise movements of tiny instruments inside your body. da Vinci – taking surgery beyond the limits of the human hand.
Physicians have used the da Vinci System successfully worldwide in approximately 1.5 million various surgical procedures to date. da Vinci is changing the experience of surgery for people around the world.
Potential risks of any sacrocolpopexy procedure, including da Vinci Surgery, include:
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