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Bumrungrad Robotic Surgery Center

Overview

The Bumrungrad Robotic Surgery Center was founded on the commitment to deliver continuous improvements on the quality of healthcare services — by welcoming innovation and advanced technologies.

Bumrungrad Hospital first adopted robot-assisted surgery in 2016, beginning with the surgical treatment of prostate cancer.



The da Vinci Robotic Surgical System
 
Robotic-assisted surgery is a minimally-invasive surgery that is carried out by a human surgeon through a computer-enhanced robotic system. During surgery, the surgeon controls the mechanical arms of the robot which can bend and rotate miniature surgical instruments in up to 7 different degrees of motion, while viewing a high-definition, 3D image of the surgical site on a display screen. This enables surgeries to be safer and more effective than through traditional techniques. 
 
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  • The high precision and accuracy made possible by robotic arms that are able to bend and rotate freely results in surgeries being safer and far more effective
  • Very small incisions, minimal blood loss, and much faster recovery
  • Reduced risk of post-operative complications
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The Key Objectives in the Establishment of the Bumrungrad Robotic Surgery Center

  • To provide robotic surgical services covering nearly all organ systems. Examples of conditions and diseases which are appropriate for the use of robotic surgery include: 
    • Gastrointestinal tract diseases, such as esophageal cancer and colorectal cancer
    • Diseases of the liver, pancreas, and biliary system, such as liver cancer, gallbladder cancer and gallstones
    • Urinary tract diseases, including prostate cancer, bladder cancer and kidney cancer
    • Gynecological diseases, such as uterine cancer or fibroids, ovarian tumors and pelvic organ prolapse
    • Respiratory and chest diseases, such as lung cancer and chest wall tumors
    • General surgery, such as bariatric surgery for the treatment of obesity as well as surgery of hernias, the spleen and adrenal tumors
  • To offer advice and to provide knowledge and information about the use of robot-assisted surgery to patients and their families — as well as to others who are interested.   
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  • A knowledge center for robot-assisted surgery: we provide information, knowledge and consultation regarding the use of robot-assisted surgery to patients, their families, and other individuals who are interested.  

Clinical Prof.Dr. Anusak Yiengpruksawan

Specialties

General Surgery
General Surgery
Surgical Oncology

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Assist.Prof.Dr. Theerapol Angkoolpakdeekul

Specialties

General Surgery

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Assist.Prof.Dr. Poochong Timratana

Specialties

General Surgery

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Dr. Teerapon Amornvesukit

Specialties

Urology (Genito-Urinary)

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Assist.Prof.Dr. Kawin Leelawat, Ph.D.

Specialties

General Surgery

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Assoc.Prof.Dr. Sittiporn Srinualnad

Specialties

Urology (Genito-Urinary)

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Pol.Col.Dr. Suthep Patcharatrakul

Specialties

Urology (Genito-Urinary)

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Dr. Apirak Santingamkun

Specialties

Urology (Genito-Urinary)

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Assoc.Prof.Dr. Wisoot Kongchareonsombat

Specialties

Urology (Genito-Urinary)

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Contact Information

  • Tele-Consultation with Doctor Click

Service Hours

  • Service hours for centers/clinics may change without prior notice due to safety protocols put in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19. As a result, we ask that you please schedule your appointments in advance or call to recheck service hours before travelling to the hospital. Tel. 1378 (local calls only)

Location

  • Bumrungrad Robotic Surgery Center
    Building A, 16th floor, counter C 
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