Robots in the Operation Room: Experts Say New Tech is Making Surgery Easier

Doctors in Patna say that new technology, like robots and other modern tools, are making it easier to do difficult surgeries. They say this is good news for patients, because these surgeries are less painful and have a faster recovery time.

One of the doctors, Dr. Gautam Kumar, talked about minimally invasive surgeries, which are surgeries that don’t involve large cuts. He said that these surgeries are especially helpful for patients with gastrointestinal cancer, which is a common type of cancer. He said that these surgeries cause less pain, have a shorter hospital stay, and leave smaller scars.

The doctors also talked about bone marrow transplants and other new treatments that are helping people with urological problems. They said that these treatments are improving patient care and quality of life.

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