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Stomach cancer treatment with robotic-assisted stomach surgery

Stomach cancer treatment with robotic-assisted stomach surgery
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Robotic-assisted stomach surgery is believed to be the most advanced method of minimally invasive treatment of stomach cancer. Robotic surgery systems help increase motion accuracy and avoid possible complications and side effects. Still, doctors must perform many lab tests and examinations to plan a future operation and evaluate the patient's condition. Robotic-assisted surgery allows a surgeon to operate via a specific control panel separated from the operating table. Still, nurses and surgeon assistants must stay near to switch operating instruments, remove tissues and organ parts, and provide other necessary services. Generally, robotic stomach surgery is done with the same approach as laparoscopic surgery. After the patient receives general anesthesia and the system is installed over the table, surgeons begin the treatment by making a few incisions on the surface of the patient's skin and inserting all surgical instruments and cameras inside the abdomen. Next, surgeons remove a part of the stomach or the whole organ and any involved tissues. Right after that, medical practitioners renew the continuity of the digestive tract and end the surgery. Patients must remain in the hospitals for at least one week to ensure the postsurgical period went appropriately.

What’s included

Medical service

  • clinical history-taking
  • medical records review
  • physical examination
  • consultation with an abdominal surgeon
  • consultation with an anesthesiologist
  • consultation with a gastroenterologist-oncologist
Laboratory tests
  • complete blood count (CBC)
  • blood type test (ABO, Rh)
  • biochemical analysis of blood (kidney and liver function tests, electrolytes, glucose, lipid panel)
  • inflammation blood tests
  • coagulation studies
  • urinalysis
  • ultrasound imaging of the abdomen
  • CT scan of the abdomen
  • gastroscopy
  • histopathological specimen examination
  • electrocardiogram (ECG)
  • chest X-ray
  • preoperative patient preparation
  • robotic-assisted Da Vinci stomach tumor resection surgery
  • postoperative care
  • symptomatic treatment
  • cost of essential medicines
  • cost of essential materials
  • general anesthesia
  • hospitalization
  • nursing service
  • discharge medical records
  • further recommendations


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What is the cost?

The total price for Stomach cancer treatment with robotic-assisted stomach surgery is €27,593. However, it can vary from the specifics of each case. Get in touch to get an individual estimate.

How long does the offer take?

The offer is designed for 10 days.

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What are the age restrictions?

The offer is eligible for both adults and kids.

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Yes, the components of the deal can be changed. Get in touch with a vendor to create a personalized proposal.

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