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Roboterassistierte Chirurgie


Visceral surgery deals with diseases of the abdominal organs. ert, Dr. med. Olga Meier is an experienced surgeon who specializes in visceral surgery.

Below we will introduce you to some key areas.

Schlüsselloch Technik
Keyhole surgery
(minimally invasive surgery, laparoscopy, laparoscopy)

We routinely use the most gentle surgical methods. They ensure a faster recovery and minimize the negative effects associated with surgery. The main goal of minimally invasive surgery is to perform operations while maintaining the original surgical technique and minimizing trauma to the patient. In our daily practice, we use both traditional minimally invasive (laparoscopic) and the most modern methods using robotic surgical systems (Intuitive da Vinci Xi® System).

Robot-assisted surgery.
For certain procedures we use the latest generation of surgical robots (Intuitive Da Vinci Xi®).

The procedures are performed through small incisions with a camera and micro-instruments, as in laparoscopy, but the instruments are held and moved by a robotic system. The surgeon controls the instruments and the camera from the control system using special handles that control the movements of the robotic arms.

The surgical robot offers additional advantages in complex procedures that require special precision movements and maximum control by the surgeon, for example in certain operations on the oesophagus, rectum or pancreas.

Compared to conventional laparoscopic techniques, the surgical robot offers high-resolution 3D imaging, greater precision in the movement of the instruments and, above all, greater freedom of movement for the instruments. This means that some operations that would otherwise require a large abdominal or thoracic incision can be performed using a minimally invasive technique. In addition, the use of the robot significantly improves the ergonomics of the surgeon's work, allowing him to concentrate on the surgical procedure to the maximum.

Da Vinci Robotter Konsole
Schlüsselloch Chirurgie
Offene Chirurgie
Open Surgery
Open surgery

Open surgery is a traditional surgical technique in which a large incision is made to gain direct access to the organ to be operated on. This treatment method has been used and refined throughout human history and is the benchmark for other, more modern surgical techniques.

It is suitable for practically all types of surgery - from the removal of organs in the case of cancer or inflammatory diseases to the repair of damaged tissue in the case of traumatic injuries.


Unlike minimally invasive surgery, which uses small incisions and specialized instruments, open surgery allows the surgeon direct vision and physical access to the desired area.

Open surgery may be required in complex cases where more extensive and direct access to the affected organ is required and when tactile assessment of the organ is needed that is not possible with other methods.

Mastery of this method is the basis for safe, less invasive procedures. In the event of serious complications, which can occur both during and after the operation, this method can save the patient's life.

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