Gynecologist Practicing Tubal Recanalization Surgery on the Live Tissue
Event Date: Thu - 12 Jun, 2014
Event Time: 1:05 pm
Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital
Institute: WLHToday the gynaecologists performed the Tubal Recanalisation surgery on the live tissue. They used 5-0 monofilament sutures with 15 mm needle to recanalise. The tubes were cut using sharp scissors . Stenting of the tubes was not done instead the cut ends of the tubers were held using stryker miniallegator forceps. The gynaecologist also used micro needle holders and graspers to perform the task and had great sense of achievement on completing the anastmosis. After the lab session they had video demonstration on LAVH.
The few of the important factors determining the success of laparoscopic tubal recanalization are technique of sterilization (suturing skill), age of the patient, and the remaining length of the tube after recanalization. The laparoscopic gynecologist must use an effective intracorporeal suturing technique of sterilization to minimize the failure rates, but at the same time. Open surgery may be easy as far as suturing is concerned but laparoscopy has definite advantage which causes minimal trauma, and aim at preserving the length of the tube so that reversal is more likely to be successful, should the patient's circumstances change.