Tech News Summary:
- Fortius Clinic, the UK’s largest orthopedic group based in London, will showcase robotic technology for hip and knee replacement surgeries at Arab Health 2024.
- The clinic has two Mako robots and uses robotic technology to perform joint replacement surgeries, allowing for shorter operative time, less pain, and faster recovery for patients.
- The increase in demand for orthopedic surgery due to chronic pain diseases and the aging population in the Middle East highlights the importance of advanced surgical procedures like robotic-assisted joint replacements.
Fortius Clinic, a leading healthcare provider in Dubai, has unveiled its latest cutting-edge robotic surgical technology at the Arab Health conference. The new robotic system is set to revolutionize the way surgeries are performed, offering greater precision, control, and efficiency.
The system, known as the da Vinci Surgical System, features advanced technology that allows surgeons to perform minimally invasive procedures with enhanced dexterity and visualization. This results in less pain, scarring, and a faster recovery time for patients.
Fortius Clinic’s investment in this state-of-the-art robotic technology underscores its commitment to providing the highest quality of care to its patients. The system will be utilized across a wide range of surgical specialties, including urology, gynecology, and general surgery.
Speaking at the Arab Health conference, Dr. Ahmad Khan, Chief Medical Officer at Fortius Clinic, expressed his excitement about the potential of the new robotic system. “This technology represents a major advancement in the field of surgery, and we are proud to be at the forefront of its implementation in the region,” he said.
The da Vinci Surgical System is already being used in leading medical centers around the world, and its introduction at Fortius Clinic is expected to further elevate the standard of care in Dubai.
The unveiling of the new robotic surgical technology at the Arab Health conference has generated significant interest and excitement among healthcare professionals and industry leaders. It is seen as a significant step forward in advancing the capabilities of surgical procedures in the region.