SS Innovations, the pioneering force behind India’s first indigenous Surgical Robotic System, the SSI MANTRA, recently organized a groundbreaking 2-day Global Multispecialty Robotic Surgery Conference. With over 150 world-renowned doctors participating, the event served as a platform for discussions on the future landscape of robotic surgery globally, the integration of Artificial Intelligence in surgery, and the pursuit of sustainable tele-surgery.
One of the conference’s highlights was live surgeries conducted by renowned robotic surgeons using the SSI Mantra. These surgeries showcased the practical applications of the system across various specialties, including cardiac surgery, providing attendees with real-time insights and invaluable learning experiences.
In a video message, Dr. Bharati Pravin Pawar, Hon’ble Union MoS for Health & Family Welfare and Tribal Affairs, commended SS Innovations for bringing together professionals with a shared vision for the future of robotic surgery. She emphasized the immense potential and endless possibilities the technology holds for improving healthcare and bringing about a paradigm shift in surgical healthcare in India.
Shri Mansukh Mandavia, Hon’ble Union Minister for Health, also conveyed his happiness in joining the conference. He highlighted the intersection of cutting-edge innovation with the increasing need for accessible, quality, and affordable healthcare. Mandavia acknowledged the significant progress made in India’s healthcare landscape under the visionary leadership of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi Ji.
Dr. Sudhir Srivastava, Founder, Chairman & CEO of SS Innovations, expressed the conference’s goal to foster collaboration, knowledge exchange, and innovation in robotic surgery. He emphasized the importance of uniting thought leaders, practitioners, and industry experts to set the stage for the future of healthcare with the SSi Mantra Surgical Robotic System. The SSi Mantra Robotic Surgical System has gained recognition as the preferred choice for robotic surgeries, having completed
over 550 multispecialty procedures, including General Surgery, Gynaecology, Urology, Thoracic Surgery, and Cardiac Surgery. The live surgeries performed by distinguished faculties from across the country served as a testament to the system’s performance across a wide spectrum of surgical procedures.