21 January 2024 | News
Initiative by SS Innovations aimed to raise awareness about growing popularity of robotic surgeries
Amidst rising popularity of robotic surgeries in India, which is still at its nascent stage, Gurugram-based SS Innovations, the makers of India’s first and only homegrown Surgical Robotic System – the SSI MANTRA – organised a 2-day Global Multispecialty Robotic Surgery Conference (on 19th and 20th January, 2024) which witnessed participation from 150+ world renowned doctors from around the world coming together on a single platform to discuss the future landscape of robotic surgery globally, integration of Artificial Intelligence in surgery and the pursuit of sustainable tele-surgery.
The highlight of the 2-day event was the Live surgeries, conducted by renowned robotic surgeons with SSI Mantra, which will showcase the system's practical applications across various surgical specialties including cardiac surgery, providing attendees with real-time insights and valuable learning experiences.
In a video message, Dr Bharati Pravin Pawar, Union Minister of State for Health & Family Welfare and Tribal Affairs, said, “SS Innovations has taken upon itself the responsibility of bringing together like minded professionals who share a common vision about Robotic Surgery and chart a clear roadmap for the future ahead while also demonstrating the immense potential and the endless possibilities the technology has in store for the betterment of mankind and to bring about a paradigm shift in surgical healthcare in the country”.
Dr Sudhir Srivastava, Founder, Chairman & CEO, SS Innovations, “The first global SS Innovations Multispecialty Robotic Surgery Conference 2024 aims to foster collaboration, knowledge exchange, and innovation in the realm of robotic surgery by uniting thought leaders, practitioners, and industry experts."
The conference turned out to be a transformative event with gathering of global medical experts, technological innovators, and visionaries to explore the future of robotic surgery, with a special focus on the SSi Mantra Robotic Surgical System.