Legendary Indian Cricketer Kapil Dev Unveils Advanced Robotic Technology For Orthopaedics Treatment

Legendary Indian Cricketer Kapil Dev Unveils Advanced Robotic Technology For Orthopaedics Treatment

Nearly 30% of the Indian population is suffering from knee-related issues. With advanced robotic technology, patients can now avail of partial knee replacement surgeries over traditional surgeries.

Pune, April 16 (TNA) Legendary Indian cricket team captain, fitness enthusiast and recipient of Padma Bhushan Kapil Dev, on Tuesday introduced cutting-edge robotic technology for advanced orthopaedic surgeries at the Manipal Hospital, Kharadi. This technology aims to improve knee replacement and joint treatment with robotic-assisted surgeries in Pune and nearby cities.

Over the last five years, there has been a significant increase in the number of joint replacement surgeries in India. Surgeons across the country have witnessed more than 2.5 lakh patients undergo knee replacement surgeries every year, and the number has increased manifold in recent years. In a few years, Manipal Hospital Kharadi has observed an increase in knee replacement surgeries.

With newer and more advanced technology in India, people with total knee replacement can start to walk as early as six hours after the surgery. The evolution in orthopaedic treatment and the introduction of robotic-assisted orthopaedic surgeries have minimized the risks associated with knee replacement.

Robotic-assisted surgeries are advanced medical procedures performed using robotic devices guided by a surgeon. These procedures help surgeons perform complex surgeries with precision instruments and advanced systems, less bleeding reduced recovery time.

Unveiling the advanced robotic technology, veteran Indian cricketer Kapil Dev said, “I would like to congratulate Manipal Hospital Kharadi for introducing the new and advanced robotic technology for joint replacement. In cricket, we constantly strive to improve our equipment and techniques for better performance.

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