MAHARASHTRA; 16th November 2022: Medicover Hospitals, recognized as Europe's largest healthcare provider, announced the launch of a highly advanced CUVIS 3rd Generation Active and Fully Automatic Joint Replacement Robotic System for the first time in North Maharashtra at Ashoka Medicover Hospitals, Nashik.
The event was attended by the Honorable Chief guest Dr. Bharti Pravin Pawar, Minister of State for Health & Family Welfare of India and Member of Parliament. The Guest of honour for the event were Shri. Hemant Tukaram Godse, Honorable Member of Parliament and Sau. Devyani Fharande, Member Of Maharashtra Legislative Assembly.
Honorable Chief guest Dr. Bharti Pravin Pawar inaugurated CUVIS Robotic Joint Replacement System and praised Medicover Hospitals for the dedicated efforts of achieving exceptional patient well-being and wished the medical team future success.
With the advent of the CUVIS 3rd Generation Active and Fully Automatic Joint Replacement Robotic System, surgeons can precisely execute some of the most complex surgeries. Compared to the other robotic systems, CUVIS Robotic system for Knee Replacement surgery is the most advanced surgical equipment capable of 3D pre-planning, virtual surgery, and precise bone cutting to provide accurate and precise surgery results.
It has many benefits over traditional open surgeries, like less blood loss, meticulous surgical bone cuts, better positioning of implant, less embolism risk, less surgery time, faster patient recovery and best-in-class safety features.
Medicover Hospitals has always been at the forefront of delivering advanced healthcare services and the most innovative medical technology for patient care. With the launch of the CUVIS Joint Replacement Robotic System at Ashoka Medicover Hospitals, Nashik, we are continuing on this path.
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