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Robotic Repair of Diastasis Recti



Diastasis recti is a condition where the abdominal muscles separate, often occurring during pregnancy. Robotic repair of diastasis recti refers to a surgical procedure that utilizes robotic-assisted technology to bring the separated abdominal muscles back together, providing structural support to the abdominal wall.

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Diastasis recti is a condition where the rectus abdominis muscles, which are the pair of muscles running vertically along the front of the abdominal wall, separate or move apart. This separation often occurs during pregnancy due to the stretching of the abdominal muscles to accommodate the growing uterus.

Robotic repair of diastasis recti involves the use of robotic-assisted technology to perform surgery to bring the separated abdominal muscles back together. Here’s a more detailed explanation of the process:

  1. Preparation:
    • Before the surgery, the patient undergoes a thorough evaluation to assess the extent of diastasis recti and other relevant factors. The surgeon determines whether robotic-assisted surgery is a suitable approach based on the individual’s specific condition.
  2. Anesthesia:
    • The procedure is typically performed under general anesthesia, meaning the patient is unconscious and feels no pain during the surgery.
  3. Incisions:
    • Small incisions are made in the abdominal area to allow the insertion of the robotic instruments. The number and size of incisions may vary depending on the surgical technique and the extent of muscle separation.
  4. Robotic-Assisted Technology:
    • Robotic surgery involves the use of a robotic system controlled by the surgeon. The system includes robotic arms equipped with surgical instruments and a console where the surgeon sits and operates the controls. The robotic arms are inserted through the small incisions.
  5. Repair of Diastasis Recti:
    • With the assistance of the robotic system, the surgeon works to bring the separated abdominal muscles back together. Sutures or other techniques may be used to reinforce and tighten the muscles. The goal is to restore the normal anatomy of the abdominal wall and improve both the functional and cosmetic aspects of the area.
  6. Closure:
    • Once the repair is complete, the incisions are closed with sutures or other closure methods. The small incisions used in robotic surgery typically result in smaller scars compared to traditional open surgery.
  7. Recovery:
    • Recovery time can vary, but robotic-assisted surgery often allows for quicker recovery and shorter hospital stays compared to traditional open surgery. Patients are typically advised on post-operative care, including restrictions on physical activity during the initial recovery period.

It’s important to note that while robotic-assisted surgery can offer advantages such as smaller incisions and potentially faster recovery, the decision to use this approach depends on the specific circumstances of each patient. The surgeon will consider factors such as the extent of diastasis recti, overall health, and individual anatomy when determining the most appropriate surgical technique. As with any surgical procedure, risks and benefits should be discussed thoroughly between the patient and the healthcare team.

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