Robotic Surgery in Female Disorders

Jan
06
07:00 PM

Robotic technologies are used to perform minimally invasive gynecological surgeries, such as hysterectomies, myomectomies, lymph node biopsies, etc. Robotics can help in performing complex tasks with precision and dexterity that can't be achieved through traditional surgeries. Join us in this session of Dr. KK's MEDtalks with Dr. Anita Kant and Dr. Naveeen Sanchety at 7:00 PM today to learn more about the role of robotic surgery in female disorders.


Panelists

Dr.Anita Kant

Chairman & Head, Department of Gynae & Obstetrics, Asian Institute of Medical Science, Faridabad

Dr.Naveen Sanchety

Associate Director and Head Onco surgery, Asian Hospital and Cancer Centre, Delhi


Robotic Surgery in Female Disorders

Jan
06
07:00 PM

Robotic technologies are used to perform minimally invasive gynecological surgeries, such as hysterectomies, myomectomies, lymph node biopsies, etc. Robotics can help in performing complex tasks with precision and dexterity that can't be achieved through traditional surgeries. Join us in this session of Dr. KK's MEDtalks with Dr. Anita Kant and Dr. Naveeen Sanchety at 7:00 PM today to learn more about the role of robotic surgery in female disorders.

Panelists

Dr.Anita Kant

Chairman & Head, Department of Gynae & Obstetrics, Asian Institute of Medical Science, Faridabad

Dr.Naveen Sanchety

Associate Director and Head Onco surgery, Asian Hospital and Cancer Centre, Delhi

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