Bengaluru hospital uses robotic surgery for live kidney tran
From now on patients undergoing a kidney transplant will not need to undergo deeper and larger cuts for setting the new organ in their bodies. Robotic-assisted surgery has made it possible to carry out the procedure only through a small key-hole cut. A city hospital has done on two live kidney transplants and it is said to be have done for the first time in the country.

When Sarojit Adak, 35, from West Bengal started suffering from weight loss and poor health due to kidney failure and was left with the only option of regular dialysis, his 48-year-old mother-in-law decided to donate one of her kidneys to give him a new lease of life....