World Laparoscopy Hospital Contemporary Event

Event Date: Dec 12, 2017

Event Time: 9:00 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

Today surgeons learnt the laparoscopic inguinal hernia surgery. This is one of the important surgery or the general surgeons. Laparoscopic inguinal hernia is repaired y laparoscopic surgery generally using a synthetic mesh either with TEP or TAPP laparoscopic surgery or increasingly using less invasive laparoscopic procedures. The most common laparoscopic techniques for inguinal hernia repair are transabdominal preperitoneal (TAPP) repair and totally extraperitoneal (TEP) repair.   More...

Event Date: Dec 11, 2017

Event Time: 9:00 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

Laparoscopy salpingostomy for an unruptured ampullary ectopic pregnancy is widely used with very good result. Laparoscopy Tubal sterilisation, Salpingostomy, Ovarian drilling are very important skill that gynecologist should acquire and they should practise it till they master it. Now a days people consider Laparoscopy surgery as laparoscopic cholecystectomy so it is a must for the surgeon to learn this procedure to compete in this world.   More...
Live demonstration of Laparoscopic Myomectomy surgery done by prof Dr  R. K. Mishra

Event Date: Dec 9, 2017

Event Time: 9:00 pm

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

Fibroids or leiomyomas is very common benign tumor in reproductive age group women. It is benign (non-cancerous) growth of the uterus that often emerges during childbearing years, but can emerge at any age. Fibroids or myoma is usually asymptomatic in most of the women. Whereas if Myoma are symptomatic, they can cause sign and symptoms like: prolonged or heavy menstrual bleeding, spotting or bleeding between periods, pain or feeling of heaviness in pelvic region, persistent pain during intercourse, increased urinary frequency, difficulty in voiding urine,enlarged uterus or abdomen ,constipation, backache and pain in lower limbs.   More...
Live Demonstration of Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy by Dr. R. K. Mishra.

Event Date: Dec 8, 2017

Event Time: 9:00 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy should cause no severe long-term side results. This way is called `open cholecystectomy'. The initial one might be the conventional open cholecystectomy and the second might be the laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Open surgery is done through a large abdominal incision. Surgery to get rid of a diseased gallbladder is known as cholecystectomy. Gallbladder removal surgery, also called a cholecystectomy, is a rather common procedure. Patients may have just a single stone or there might be many. Before the procedure, the individual is informed an open abdominal procedure might be necessary, and standard anesthesia is administered. Patients should follow precisely the treatment and the advised diet for some time after the gall bladder removal. Together with the suggested diet the individual ought to take the prescribed medicine. Many patients question whether the operation is truly essential.   More...
Surgeon & Gynecologist Practicing Intracorporeal Surgeons Knot Demonstration by Prof. Dr. R K Mishra

Event Date: Dec 7, 2017

Event Time: 9:00 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

Today the surgeons and gynaecologist practised intracorpeal surgeon knots. In laparoscopy surgery intra corpeal suturing and knot-tying requires great manual dexterity. All the surgeons and gynaecologist should master in these techinique to develop their laparoscopy surgical skills.Today Dr R K Mishra also deliver lecture on the base ball diamond concept of port position. The port position determines the outcome of the surgery and the correct port position make the surgery easy and safe.   More...
Hands on Training in Minimal Access Surgery surgeons & Gynecologist Practicing Extracorporeal Square knot Demonstration by Prof  Dr. R. K. Mishra

Event Date: Dec 6, 2017

Event Time: 9:00 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

The surgeons and gynaecologist completed their skill on Roeder's, Meltzer's, and mishra'knot which can be used on the free structure. Now they need to increase their skill on extracorpeal square knot so they approximate tissue under tension at the same plane.So the extracorpeal knot is essential for the doctors in the field of the laparoscopy.   More...
Surgeons & Gynecologist Practicing laparoscopic Extracorporeal Meltzer, Roders and Mishra knot Demonstration by Prof  Dr. R. K. Mishra.

Event Date: Dec 5, 2017

Event Time: 9:00 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

In General Surgery surgeons can perform all types of surgery by learning only the Surgeons knot, but in Laparoscopy Surgery they have to learn different types of Extracorporeal and Intracorporeal knots used in different situations. This institute is considered best is teaching these knots and suturing technique. The course is aimed at practicing surgeons and Gynaecologists, or consultants in any specialty who wish to refine their laparoscopic suturing skills. Participants are particularly encouraged to study effective needle handling and bite placement, 12 types of interrupted and continuous suturing on tissue is taught which is necessary for all type of advanced Laparoscopic Surgery.   More...
Live Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy Surgery performed by Dr R K Mishra.

Event Date: Dec 4, 2017

Event Time: 9:00 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

The advantages of TLH compared to abdominal hysterectomy have been well documented. Visualization of pelvic anatomy and the ability to minimize blood loss is superior with TLH. Substantial and dynamic access to the uterine vessels, vagina, and rectum is possible from many angles, especially after introduction of the uterine manipulator The advantages of TLH compared to abdominal hysterectomy have been well documented. Visualization of pelvic anatomy and the ability to minimize blood loss is superior with TLH.   More...
Laparoscopic hands on training in minimal access surgery for Surgeon & gynecologist performing Paper cutting exercise, cobra rope drill and tin cup drill.

Event Date: Dec 2, 2017

Event Time: 9:00 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

As surgeons today face the task of developing skills necessary for advanced minimally invasive procedures, there must be a willingness to recommit to training in basic and advanced skills including suturing. In the open surgical arena, most attending surgeons would not allow a resident to perform a procedure without being able to suture. That standard must not be abandoned today. The Top Gun Laparoscopic Skills and Suturing Program is meant to provide an effective and rapid development platform for skills acquisition and suturing excellence in the videoscopic environment. It proudly patterns itself after a similar training methodology that forms the core curriculum of the Navy Top Gun School.   More...
First Day of Fellowship and Diploma  in Minimal Access surgery course for the Month of December 2017.

Event Date: Dec 1, 2017

Event Time: 9:00 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

Today was the first day of Fellowship and Diploma in Minimal Access Surgery course December 2017 batch 42 surgeons, urologists and gynecologists from 10 countries are enrolled in this batch. Every one is excited to learn this new skill. Patients nowadays know very well the advantages of laparoscopic and robotic surgery. And they are in present era asking for it. We know that as a surgeon and gynecologist you are aware of the benefits, too. In a recent study of practicing general surgeon, urologists and gynecologists, doctors were asked what the preferred mode of access would be for themselves or for their spouse. The response was overwhelmingly in favor of laparoscopic cholecystectomy, laparoscopic appendicectomy, laparoscopic hernia and laparoscopic hysterectomies.   More...

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