Rectopexy assisted by the da Vinci® Robot

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At MedicalMex in Tijuana, Mexico we take pride in offering our patients top quality surgeries by using the most advanced medical technologies to date.

Our da Vinci® assisted Rectopexy surgery is designed to repair rectal prolapse, a protrusion of the rectum through the anus. In the procedure, our surgeons restore the rectum to its normal position in the pelvis.

Patients who are suffering from rectal prolapse, show the following symptoms:

  • Change in bowel habits.
  • Rectal bleeding.
  • Drainage.
  • Pain.
  • Incontinence.

What is the da Vinci® Surgical System?

The da Vinci Surgical System is an advanced robotic-assisted surgical platform designed to expand our surgeon’s operating capabilities and offer an improved minimally invasive option for our patients. The da Vinci Robot provides our surgeon a superior visualization, enhanced dexterity, greater precision and ergonomic comfort. 

The da Vinci systems make it possible for our skilled and certified surgeons to perform improved minimally invasive procedures that involve a complex dissection or reconstruction.

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da Vinci® Assisted Rectopexy FAQ’s

Frequently-Asked-Questions about Rectopexy

For more information about our surgeries assisted by the da Vinci Robot  at MedicalMex and how they offer a safer and more advanced solution for different conditions, please read our most frequently asked questions or contact us today using our “Request More Information” form at the bottom of our page.

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For our da Vinci® assisted surgeries, our surgeons need to follow specific protocol such as: the patients positioning in the surgical robot. Once the patient is ready, our surgeons will start by creating small almost tiny incisions, where the thin surgical instruments will be introduced.

They will locate the sigmoid colon and rectum, to free the rectum from its surrounding structures and they lift it to their normal position inside the patient’s pelvis. The rectum is secured with precise stitches.

Patients looking for a da Vinci® assisted Rectopexy, need to have proper evaluation, with the results and their previous medical history, our medical team and the patient will decide together if the da Vinci Robot surgery is their best option.

Patients at MedicalMex, enjoy different benefits when having a da Vinci® assisted Rectopexy. Using this type of advanced medical equipment, offers the following benefits:

  • Tremor-free surgery, having more precise sutures.
  • Advanced visualization of the tissue, allowing them to have better manipulation.
  • Minimally invasive surgery, patients enjoy a faster recovery from surgery.
  • Lower rate of complications related to any type of surgery
  • Improved quality of life.

Rectopexy patients may experience the following risks, after having their da Vinci® assisted surgery:

  • Leaking.
  • Colorectal Dysfunction: Cant empty bowel or constipation.
  • Conversion to open surgery: longer operation time, longer time under anesthesia, larger incisions.
  • Injury to other organs.
  • Bleeding.
  • Infection.

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MedicalMex now offers a wide variety of da Vinci assisted surgeries to treat different conditions which  affect the human body. Our Urology procedures are:

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