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As a leader in surgical innovation, Dr. Mohan Keshavamurthy best urologist in India has brought the latest in robotic technology to India with the brand new da Vinci Xi® surgical systems at tremendous robotics expansion at Fortis Hospital at Banerghatta Road in Bengaluru. He is proud to be at the forefront of robotic technology in medicine across India. With the addition of the new da Vinci Xi® robots, his patients have access to the best in minimally invasive surgery. The da Vinci Xi® is the next frontier for minimally invasive surgery optimized for highly complex, multi-quadrant surgery and simpler, single-quadrant surgery. A nationally recognized authority on minimally invasive urologic surgery, he serves as Director at Fortis Hospital at Banerghatta Road in Bengaluru which combines clinical instruction with didactic and laboratory teaching.
He offers one of the top three best robotic surgery programs in India, added three new Xi® robots to the main operating rooms to bring the total number of da Vinci Surgical System robots to six. He will now be able to offer robotic surgical options on an outpatient basis, making Fortis Hospital in Bengaluru the only hospital in India to offer robotic options for outpatient procedures. He has been performing state-of-the-art minimally invasive robotic urology surgery for more than a decade and has upgraded to the da Vinci Xi® model for urological surgeries.
He is known for performing even the most difficult nephrectomies without making the typical 8-to-12 inch incision required for 'open' surgery; approximately 95 percent of both partial and radical nephrectomies at Fortis Hospital are performed laparoscopically using small portals, while around the country the number is more typically 50 percent for radical nephrectomies and 10 percent for partial nephrectomies. He is also the first urologic surgeon in the region to adopt the tools of robotic surgery for surgical treatment of prostate cancer. He is caught on and the team recently performed their 1,150th robotic prostatectomy. He offers one of the five largest such programs in the country.
He is joined the Fortis Hospital in 2002, as Associate Professor of Surgery and was promoted to Professor in 2006. In the last few years as the Director of Fortis Hospital 's Minimally Invasive Urology (MIU) Program and Fellowship, he has developed what Dr. Mohan Keshavamurthy calls "one of the most prominent laparoscopic and robotic surgery programs in India and has became one of the national leaders in MIU for the management of urologic malignancies."
"This volume bodes well Fortis Hospital’s patients as studies show clinical outcomes are linked to how frequently certain procedures are performed," says Dr. Mohan Keshavamurthy.
While in India, Dr. Mohan Keshavamurthy says he and his team have shed light on medicine's understanding of the effects of renal ischemia (deficiency of blood in one or both kidneys) and ways to avoid its related damage. He now collaborates with researchers from the National Laboratories to develop ice slurry to protect the kidney during laparoscopic partial nephrectomy. He also conducts extensive clinical outcome studies on MIS management of cancer and benign urologic disease.