Robotic Assisted Gynae Surgery

Advanced Surgery with greater precision, highest accuracy, and increased safety.

What is Robotic Assisted Gynae Surgery?

Gynecologic robotic surgery is one of the latest innovations in minimally invasive surgical techniques. Using a narrow, lighted scope and miniature instruments controlled through a robotic system, our gynecological surgeons are able to treat several conditions that affect a woman’s reproductive organs.

Why Use Gynecologic Robotic Surgery?

Robotic surgery provides a number of benefits over open and laparoscopic surgery, such as:

How does robotic-assisted surgery work?

Special equipment used during robotic-assisted procedures includes an operating console for the surgeon, precision-guided robotic arms that are inserted through a few small incisions and a small video camera that provides magnified, 3D images of the surgical site. The camera enables surgeons to see blood vessels, nerve bundles and organs (such as the bladder, rectum and ureters) adjacent to the operating area. The robotic arms, with full 360-degree rotation capabilities, allow surgical instruments to move with precision, flexibility and a range of motion that cannot be accomplished with other options.

Robotic-assisted procedures are usually done while the patient is under general anesthesia. Most patients experience only a small blood loss and blood transfusions are uncommonly needed. Patients who undergo minimally invasive surgery typically spend zero to two nights in the hospital. They are usually discharged when they are able to tolerate regular food, walk without assistance and have pain that can be controlled with medication.

Robotic-Assisted Surgery for Specialized Conditions

At Dr. Sharifah Women’s Clinic, we leverage cutting-edge robotic-assisted surgery to address a spectrum of specialized gynaecological conditions, ensuring optimal outcomes with precision and care. Explore the transformative potential of robotic technology in treating various complex cases, offering patients minimally invasive solutions tailored to their unique health needs.

Abdominal Pain and Pelvic Pain

Cervical Cancer

Endometrial Cancer


Gynecologic Cancer


Minimally Invasive Surgery



Ovarian Cancer

Painful Periods and Heavy Bleeding

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Uterine Fibroids

Women’s Health

Less Pain & Quicker Recovery

Patients typically experience significantly less pain, less blood loss and quicker recovery times than those undergoing conventional “open” procedures. Studies also suggest that the robotic-assisted system provides surgeons with a superior tool that allows for the precise removal of lymph nodes during cancer operations, when compared to traditional open or other minimally invasive approaches. The robotic system also allows surgeons better visualization of the anatomy, which is critical when working around delicate and confined structures like the bladder, blood vessels and other internal organs. This allows surgeons to perform complicated surgeries and helps overcome challenges associated with scar tissue.