NN360.PNG

NSH Howrah’s  skilled & experienced Robotic Surgery team all set to treat cancer patients

IMG_9858-01.jpeg
IMG_9856-01.jpeg

News Desk, News Nation 360: NSH Howrah’s skilled & experienced Robotic Surgery team is all set to treat cancer patients. Going by the conventional set of treatments available for cancer, many cases require surgical invasion to remove their tumour. Although surgery is considered to be one of the painful procedures in the recent decades with 3D visualization, minimally invasive technique and faster recovery robotic surgeries have transformed this idea. In an endeavour to take this vision forward recently Narayana Superspeciality Hospital, Howrah introduced 4th Gen Da Vinci Robotic Surgery for advanced treatment in Cancer Care. The team includes Dr Suman Mallik, Dr Kaustav Basu, Dr Tarun Jindal, Dr Shreya Bhattacharya, Dr. (Prof) Amitabha Chakrabarti, Dr Sumit Sanyal, Dr Shubhayu Banerjee, Dr Neelesh Tiwari, Dr Manujesh Bandyopadhyay, Dr Abhimanyu Kadapathri. All experienced and skilled surgeons from the Robotic Surgery team in Cancer Care discussed the advanced and focused treatment of cancer with robotic surgery (4th generation Da Vinci technology) at the conference. Another Discussion on Targeted organ specific treatment of Gynae Cancer, Uro Cancer, GI Cancer,  Head & Neck Cancer, Thoracic Cancer etc. with advanced robotic surgery was also held in order to spread more awareness. The Regional Director (East), Narayana Health, R. Venkatesh stated that patients in their hospital have been witnessing their all active efforts to provide the best and advanced treatments. This hi-tech addition will strengthen this faith more. According to Prateek Jain, Facility Director, Narayana Superspeciality Hospital, Howrah,  the treatment procedure majorly impacts the patients’ condition. Especially when it comes to cancer care, more advancement help to make a better recovery. Their skilled & experienced team of Robotic Surgery in Cancer Care is ready to offer its services and best care to its patients at Narayana Superspeciality Hospital, Howrah. They have performed over 50 successful Robotic Surgery in the last 4-5 months. Dr Suman Mallik, Clinical Director - Senior Consultant & HOD Radiation Oncology, Narayana Superspeciality Hospital, Howrah expressed that in Robotic Surgery, with attached camera’s visuals there are more chances to target a specific area of cancer and save surrounding tissues and organs. Here a minor or smaller area needs to be invaded and with an attached camera and multiple advanced types of equipment. While doctors don’t need to cut open the entire area these video-assisted procedures help doctors to come up with the right evaluation and take the tumour out of the body. Hence robotic surgeries should be more opted as per concerned doctors’ evaluation and suggestion. Talking about Gynae Cancer, Uro Cancer, GI Cancer, Head & Neck Cancer, Thoracic Cancer or any other organ-specific cancer, the biggest fear of losing organs prevails. Robotic Surgeries minutely aim at the tumour and tissues can be saved. It also helps to a shorter stay in hospital.

Pic : Krishnendu Kundu

Report : Anustup Kundu