Event Date: Sat - 6 May, 2023
Event Time: 8:30 am
Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital
Dr. Bhalla's demonstration of laparoscopic intracorporeal suturing and knotting using choreographic movements without the need for swording of instruments is a significant advancement in minimally invasive surgery. This technique allows for precise suturing and knotting, while reducing the risk of injury to surrounding tissues and structures.
The use of choreographic movements, as demonstrated by Dr. Bhalla, involves the synchronized movements of the surgeon and assistant, allowing for a smooth and coordinated suturing process. The elimination of instrument swording also minimizes tissue trauma, reduces bleeding, and accelerates post-operative recovery.
This technique is especially valuable for complex surgeries, such as those involving delicate structures or hard-to-reach areas. Dr. Bhalla's demonstration provides a useful guide for surgeons and gynecologists who are seeking to improve their suturing and knotting skills, and to reduce the risk of complications in their laparoscopic procedures.