1 Day Procedure

USFDA Approved Procedures

No Cuts. No Wounds. Painless*.

Insurance Support

What is Robot-Assisted Cholecystectomy?

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1 Day Procedure

USFDA Approved Procedures

No Cuts. No Wounds. Painless*.

Insurance Support

What is Robot-Assisted Cholecystectomy?

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Types of Disease

Types of Disease

Gallbladder

Biliary

AASRA Advanced Quaternary Care Center

  • 100% Surgical Robotic Procedures. First of its kind Speciality hospital, in india
  • First Hospital in Karnataka to introduce Mako Smart-Robotics for Knee and Hip Replacements. The only FDA Approved Robotic Arm assisted Joint Replacement
  • First hospital in Karnataka to introduce complete endoscopic spine surgeries involving spine implants and fixations.This advanced system goes beyond the common Minimal Invasive Spine (MIS) Surgery conducted in most hospitals. The patient can walk back home in less than 23 hours after a major spine surgery*
     
  • First hospital in Karnataka with 10+ certified Robotic Surgeons delivering high precision care.
  • First hospital in Karnataka to introduce Versius Robotic platform to conduct robotic arm assisted soft-tissue surgeries and procedures.
  • First hospital in Karnataka to introduce intelligent robotic ventilation system from Hamilton Ventilators. This system allows ICU doctors to strategise weaning protocols in a much better way and bring the patients out of ventilator support much earlier than conventional ventilation      

 

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AASRA Arthroscopy/Arthoroplasty

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Surgeries Performed

*Information here is on best case scenarios only. Patient cases are subject to individual variations depending upon severity of the diseases.

AASRA Advanced Quaternary Care Centre

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AASRA Smart Robotics
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Certified Surgeons
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Years of Healthcare Legacy
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AASRA Arthroscopy/Arthoroplasty

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Surgeries Performed
  • 100% Surgical Robotic Procedures. First of its kind Speciality hospital, in india.
  • First Hospital in Karnataka to Introduce Mako Smart-Robotics for Knee and Hip Replacements. This was done to provide the best available, and the only FDA Approved robotic arm assisted Joint Replacements to all our patients.
  • First hospital in Karnataka to introduce complete endoscopic spine surgeries which include surgeries involving spine implants and fixations. This system goes beyond the now common Minimal Invasive Spine (MIS) Surgery conducted in most hospitals. The patient can walk back home in less than 23 hours after a major spine surgery* 
  • First hospital with 10+ certified Robotic Surgeons in one hospital.First hospital in Karnataka to introduce Versius Robotic platform to conduct robotic arm assisted soft-tissue surgeries and procedures to all our patients.
  • First hospital in Karnataka to introduce intelligent robotic ventilation system from Hamilton Ventilators. This ventilation system will allow ICU doctors to strategise weaning protocols to patients in a much better way and bring these patients out of ventilator support much earlier and better than conventional ventilation.                           

  *Information here is on best case scenarios only. Patient cases are subject to individual variations depending upon severity of the diseases. 

Patient's Reviews

By:Nicolas Reimen
By:Nicolas Reimen
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Excellent quality of care. Family atmosphere. Everyone was ready to help and go out of their way to make things easy and comfortable. Very happy with the experience. Surgery was performed by Dr. Sanjeev, the Orthopedic surgeon from ACE Suhas. The operation involved the realignment of the two halves of my fibula (outer leg bone parallel to the tibia) by means of a steel plate. The first picture below was taken 12 days after the operation, just after the cast on my leg was set up. The second one is a post-op x-ray showing the plate.
By:Pavan kumar
By:Pavan kumar
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On 20/06/2022 mid night came with severe abdomen pain immediately after test came to know surgery needed hospital staff immediately posted for OT and done the process. I am felling better now and would like to thank doctor and all staff and also billing department. Really compare to other hospital they have charged less and i am very happy. Regards Pavan Kumar
By:Chaluvaiah Gowda
By:Chaluvaiah Gowda
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I had been treated for Multiligament injury 4 months back by the orthopaedic team here . They have a dedicated staff for all needs . Very happy with environment here , nursing staff and surgeon. Special mention about Dr Jagadeesh Hiremath needs appreciation for his selfless care and affordable treatment. I definitely recommend this hospital for all in need of genuine and affordable care . Thank you soo much .
By:Manju MS
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I visited Suhas ACE Hospital in Jigani for treatment of my father, my father was suffering from liver and lungs metastatic. We took treatment and medication under Dr. Shashi Kiran and Dr. syaad. All doctors and staff have so much of patience when communicating with each other. Hats off to Mr. Praveen sir who gave moral support to me and my family. Thanks to you Mr. Praveen Director of Suhas ACE hospital, Dr. Shashi Kiran, Dr syaad, and Dr. Priyanka.
By:Srinivas H P
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It was a pleasant experience with SUHAS HOSPITAL. The team of Doctors & staff were very helpful & caretaking. My special thanks to Dr.Sanjeev & team.
By:Vijay Kumar
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Excellant caring & best service. Very kind. Hospitality at it's best. Keep it up. My sincere thanks & grateful to Dr.Sanjeev & Dr.Shashikiran. The entire staff was very helpful. Thank you SUHAS Team
By:Girish HY
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Suhas hospital is best . because of my treatment is good. And doctors and sisters very comfortable and more than take careing ... Mainly (Praveen sir and Kiran sir Anjana mam and some sisters.) Thank you so much for all...
By:Gokul G Krishnan
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This hospital is surely one of the best in Bangalore, definitely at par or better than any of the big hospital brands. Received good treatment and care when I got admitted here for a week, doctors are very knowledgeable and given me lot of confidence. Hospital management is really good, rooms are well maintained and staffs are very supportive.
By:Shirdave Kayanae
Read More
I had visited hospital for leg fracture ,with crush injury I was attended by Dr Sanjeev and team ,my leg was fixed with surgery and skin grafting was done ,m able to walk independently now , staff and physiotherapist also supported well so my sincere thanks to DR.SANJEEV , PRAVEEN and hospital for doing case in very less price
By:meena adige mane
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We had visited Hospital for fracture of forearm of my brother, my brother was attended by Dr Sanjeev, ortho doctor, surgery was done plate was applied to fix fracture.. Doctor was compassionate, answered our questions with patience, gave his personal number also.. my brother is fine, he has started working now. Hospital is clean and tidy too, costs is reasonable as well, thanks to Dr Jagdish as well for reducing price and giving affordable care in this Part of bangalore
By:Suresh Kumara Suresh Kumara
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I had visited Ace suhas hospital for my lower back pain, met Dr Sanjeev Bone doctor, doctor examined thoroughly, explained condition well, suggested medicine, advised exercises, it was a truely professional experience I am relieved of pain, though I had visited multiple big hospitals before, no doctor had given so much time to explain in detail Thanks to both doctor and hospital
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Patient's Reviews

By:Nicolas Reimen
By:Nicolas Reimen
Read More
Excellent quality of care. Family atmosphere. Everyone was ready to help and go out of their way to make things easy and comfortable. Very happy with the experience. Surgery was performed by Dr. Sanjeev, the Orthopedic surgeon from ACE Suhas. The operation involved the realignment of the two halves of my fibula (outer leg bone parallel to the tibia) by means of a steel plate. The first picture below was taken 12 days after the operation, just after the cast on my leg was set up. The second one is a post-op x-ray showing the plate.
By:Pavan kumar
By:Pavan kumar
Read More
On 20/06/2022 mid night came with severe abdomen pain immediately after test came to know surgery needed hospital staff immediately posted for OT and done the process. I am felling better now and would like to thank doctor and all staff and also billing department. Really compare to other hospital they have charged less and i am very happy. Regards Pavan Kumar
By:Chaluvaiah Gowda
By:Chaluvaiah Gowda
Read More
I had been treated for Multiligament injury 4 months back by the orthopaedic team here . They have a dedicated staff for all needs . Very happy with environment here , nursing staff and surgeon. Special mention about Dr Jagadeesh Hiremath needs appreciation for his selfless care and affordable treatment. I definitely recommend this hospital for all in need of genuine and affordable care . Thank you soo much .
By:Manju MS
Read More
I visited Suhas ACE Hospital in Jigani for treatment of my father, my father was suffering from liver and lungs metastatic. We took treatment and medication under Dr. Shashi Kiran and Dr. syaad. All doctors and staff have so much of patience when communicating with each other. Hats off to Mr. Praveen sir who gave moral support to me and my family. Thanks to you Mr. Praveen Director of Suhas ACE hospital, Dr. Shashi Kiran, Dr syaad, and Dr. Priyanka.
By:Srinivas H P
Read More
It was a pleasant experience with SUHAS HOSPITAL. The team of Doctors & staff were very helpful & caretaking. My special thanks to Dr.Sanjeev & team.
By:Vijay Kumar
Read More
Excellant caring & best service. Very kind. Hospitality at it's best. Keep it up. My sincere thanks & grateful to Dr.Sanjeev & Dr.Shashikiran. The entire staff was very helpful. Thank you SUHAS Team
By:Girish HY
Read More
Suhas hospital is best . because of my treatment is good. And doctors and sisters very comfortable and more than take careing ... Mainly (Praveen sir and Kiran sir Anjana mam and some sisters.) Thank you so much for all...
By:Gokul G Krishnan
Read More
This hospital is surely one of the best in Bangalore, definitely at par or better than any of the big hospital brands. Received good treatment and care when I got admitted here for a week, doctors are very knowledgeable and given me lot of confidence. Hospital management is really good, rooms are well maintained and staffs are very supportive.
By:Shirdave Kayanae
Read More
I had visited hospital for leg fracture ,with crush injury I was attended by Dr Sanjeev and team ,my leg was fixed with surgery and skin grafting was done ,m able to walk independently now , staff and physiotherapist also supported well so my sincere thanks to DR.SANJEEV , PRAVEEN and hospital for doing case in very less price
By:meena adige mane
Read More
We had visited Hospital for fracture of forearm of my brother, my brother was attended by Dr Sanjeev, ortho doctor, surgery was done plate was applied to fix fracture.. Doctor was compassionate, answered our questions with patience, gave his personal number also.. my brother is fine, he has started working now. Hospital is clean and tidy too, costs is reasonable as well, thanks to Dr Jagdish as well for reducing price and giving affordable care in this Part of bangalore
By:Suresh Kumara Suresh Kumara
Read More
I had visited Ace suhas hospital for my lower back pain, met Dr Sanjeev Bone doctor, doctor examined thoroughly, explained condition well, suggested medicine, advised exercises, it was a truely professional experience I am relieved of pain, though I had visited multiple big hospitals before, no doctor had given so much time to explain in detail Thanks to both doctor and hospital
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Who needs Cholecystectomy?

    Patients with Gall bladder stones who are symptomatic for it.

                    Patients with gall bladder polyps (large size or increasing in size)

                    Asymptomatic gall stones but high risk of complications – Diabetic patients, Large solitary stones.

  • Can gall bladder stones disappear with medicines?

    No. Unfortunately there are no medicines which can effectively dissolve Gallstones. Also, small stones are more likely to be pushed into the bile ducts and may result in Jaundice or Pancreatitis.

  • What are the types of cholecystectomy?

    Traditional Open surgery: Rarely performed  - Meant for specific indications or high risk cases only

    Laparoscopic cholecystectomy: commonly performed

    Robot Assisted Cholecystectomy : Latest technology – high precision surgery performed using Robotic assistance.

  • Why Robotic Assisted Cholecystectomy?

    Surgery is performed through small key holes.

    High precision – 3 D clarity with wrist action instruments makes this procedure very safe for the patients. 

    Discharge on the same day is possible

    Minimal cuts results in minimal pain.

  • Does the Robot perform the surgery ? I don’t trust a Robot!

    NO!  The surgery is performed by the surgeon sitting at a console next to the patient. The robot has no independent function and is fully controlled by the primary surgeon . That is,  it will not do anything which a surgeon does not want it to.  So you are absolutely safe. You don’t have to trust the robot. Just trust your surgeon to do the best job for you.

  • Can I undergo laparoscopic cholecystectomy at Aasra Hospital?

    Yes. We offer our patients the option of Laparoscopic vs Robot assisted surgery. We are equipped with the latest 4K Laparoscopic system from Stryker to perform Laparoscopic cholecystectomy.

  • Complications of Gall stones?

    Biliary colic – Pain due to Gall bladder stones.

    Acute infections – Acute Cholecystitis , Empyema Gall bladder, Gall bladder perforation ( Rare) – Infections are generally more severe in men and in patients with co-morbidities such as Diabetes Mellitus .

    Chronic infection – Chronic Cholecystitis

    Gall Stone Pancreatitis : Small Gall stones can sometimes slip into the bile duct and result in jaundice – bile duct obstruction and/or Pancreatitis.

    Gall bladder cancer – Large solitary Gall stones can cause Gall bladder cancers.

  • When to Seek help?

    Pain abdomen – Usually right upper abdomen or even in the midline.

    Pain may be colicky or may come in spasms , may increase after meals. Fever may or may not be present.

                Recurrent vomiting , pain radiating to the back.

    Yellowish discoloration of eyes or Urine. Distension of abdomen.

  • How do we manage such patients?

    After thorough clinical examination , we will ask for a few bleed tests followed by scans (USG abdomen is the most common basic scan). We may need special scans – MRCP/ CECT abdomen depending on the results of your blood work-up.

    Once we have all the necessary reports the further procedure will be explained and treatment undertaken as required.

    Slipped Gall stones causing jaundice and /or pancreatitis requires an endoscopic procedure called ERCP – to release the stone following which a Robot Assisted / Laparoscopic Gall bladder removal is done.

  • Frequently Asked Questions

  • Who needs Cholecystectomy?

    Patients with Gall bladder stones who are symptomatic for it.

                    Patients with gall bladder polyps (large size or increasing in size)

                    Asymptomatic gall stones but high risk of complications – Diabetic patients, Large solitary stones.

  • Can gall bladder stones disappear with medicines?

    No. Unfortunately there are no medicines which can effectively dissolve Gallstones. Also, small stones are more likely to be pushed into the bile ducts and may result in Jaundice or Pancreatitis.

  • What are the types of cholecystectomy?

    Traditional Open surgery: Rarely performed  - Meant for specific indications or high risk cases only

    Laparoscopic cholecystectomy: commonly performed

    Robot Assisted Cholecystectomy : Latest technology – high precision surgery performed using Robotic assistance.

  • Why Robotic Assisted Cholecystectomy?

    Surgery is performed through small key holes.

    High precision – 3 D clarity with wrist action instruments makes this procedure very safe for the patients. 

    Discharge on the same day is possible

    Minimal cuts results in minimal pain.

  • Does the Robot perform the surgery ? I don’t trust a Robot!

    NO!  The surgery is performed by the surgeon sitting at a console next to the patient. The robot has no independent function and is fully controlled by the primary surgeon . That is,  it will not do anything which a surgeon does not want it to.  So you are absolutely safe. You don’t have to trust the robot. Just trust your surgeon to do the best job for you.

  • Can I undergo laparoscopic cholecystectomy at Aasra Hospital?

    Yes. We offer our patients the option of Laparoscopic vs Robot assisted surgery. We are equipped with the latest 4K Laparoscopic system from Stryker to perform Laparoscopic cholecystectomy.

  • Complications of Gall stones?

    Biliary colic – Pain due to Gall bladder stones.

    Acute infections – Acute Cholecystitis , Empyema Gall bladder, Gall bladder perforation ( Rare) – Infections are generally more severe in men and in patients with co-morbidities such as Diabetes Mellitus .

    Chronic infection – Chronic Cholecystitis

    Gall Stone Pancreatitis : Small Gall stones can sometimes slip into the bile duct and result in jaundice – bile duct obstruction and/or Pancreatitis.

    Gall bladder cancer – Large solitary Gall stones can cause Gall bladder cancers.

  • When to Seek help?

    Pain abdomen – Usually right upper abdomen or even in the midline.

    Pain may be colicky or may come in spasms , may increase after meals. Fever may or may not be present.

                Recurrent vomiting , pain radiating to the back.

    Yellowish discoloration of eyes or Urine. Distension of abdomen.

  • How do we manage such patients?

    After thorough clinical examination , we will ask for a few bleed tests followed by scans (USG abdomen is the most common basic scan). We may need special scans – MRCP/ CECT abdomen depending on the results of your blood work-up.

    Once we have all the necessary reports the further procedure will be explained and treatment undertaken as required.

    Slipped Gall stones causing jaundice and /or pancreatitis requires an endoscopic procedure called ERCP – to release the stone following which a Robot Assisted / Laparoscopic Gall bladder removal is done.

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    Tell us about your problems and we’ll choose out the best treatment option for you.