Friday, November 2, 2012

About Laparoscopic Surgery Uses and Various Advantages

Before I start my talks with you, want to introduce with World Laparoscopy Hospital -

 It major pole of laparoscopic and robotic surgery training.

It's been 11 years since it is considered internationally as Centre of Excellence for Laparoscopic Training.

Thousands of surgeons and gynecologists from all over World has been trained at this internationally recognized institute.

At this centre of excellence laparoscopic institute there is an ample opportunity to learn and do all practical laparoscopic surgeries in one of the most modern laparoscopic wet lab, followed by live exposure of live Laparoscopic procedures in operation theatre with our expert consultants.

The minimal access surgery course is designed in such a way that at the end of this laparoscopic training course surgeon & gynaecologist will be able to do all the taught surgery themselves on their patients.

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Laparoscopy is a surgical procedure which uses a unique surgical instrument called a laparoscope to appear inside the body, or to perform certain operations. A tiny camera is attached to the laparoscope, which transmits the picture to a television screen above the operating table. Instruments are then inserted into additional incisions to retract, cut, suture, and staple.

Laparoscopic surgery is a new surgical specialty which involves operating through small incisions.

Typically, about 4 incisions less than 1/2 inch (10 millimeters) in length are used. Carbon dioxide gas is used to create a working space within the abdomen, but also in other areas of the body.

For which diseases we can use Laparoscopic Surgery?

Removal of the gallbladder. This is sometimes called a laparoscopic cholecystectomy or 'lap choly' for short. It is now the most common way for a gallbladder to be removed.

Removal of the appendix.

Removal of patches of endometriosis.

Removal of parts of the intestines.

Female sterilisation.

Treating ectopic pregnancy.

Taking a biopsy (small sample) of various structures inside the abdomen which can be looked at under the microscope and/or tested in other ways.

Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, diverticulitis, cancer, rectal prolapse and severe constipation.

Removal or repair of diseased parts of the colon or stomach (digestive system)

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