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Da Vinci Robotic Surgery Training at World Laparoscopy Hospital

Event Date: Jul 25, 2014

Event Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

Today surgeon and gynecologist has learnt robotic surgery. Learning new medical robotic surgery technology requires guided and self-directed hands on training. To that end, World Laparoscopy Hospital developed the training of da Vinci Technology Fellowship Training Course. The goal is to help teams of surgeon and gynecological specialist develop the knowledge and skills needed to use da Vinci System technology safely and efficiently. World Laparoscopy Hospital has designed this training for integrated groups of surgeons and OR staff, this team-oriented approach was developed because da Vinci training is most successful when the entire team is involved.   More...
Surgeons Practicing Laparoscopic Nissen Fundoplication, Nephrectomy, Splenectomy and Colorectal surgery on the live tissue.

Event Date: Jul 24, 2014

Event Time: 11:45 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

The training of the advanced Laparoscopic Surgery must include the Solid organ surgery, Fundoplication and principals of Colorectal surgery for the surgeons. For gynecologists it is of utmost importance to learn advanced gynecological procedure. Today laparoscopic Sacrocolpopexy, Burch suspension and Radical Hystrectomy was the live surgery for gynecologists to perform.   More...
Sacrohysteropexy Demonstration by Prof. Dr. R K Mishra

Event Date: Jul 24, 2014

Event Time: 11:10 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

The Laparoscopic Sacrohysteropexy is effective and safe in the treatment of uterovaginal prolapse in women of childbearing age group. This procedure has a high success rate in correcting prolapse without a time-dependent decrease in efficiency. Today gynecologists of World Laparoscopy Hospital July batch has learnt how to perform sacrohysteropexy. The purpose of ttodays Hands Ob training was that gynecologists should be able to perform this surgery successfully for their patients so that their patient get 100% success after laparoscopic sacrohysteropexy in women with uterovaginal prolapse.
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Today on 23rd of July is Holiday for Trainee Surgeons and Gynecologists

Event Date: Jul 23, 2014

Event Time: 12:00 am - 12:00 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

Today was holiday for Diploma in Minimal Access Surgery batch because the next Sunday 27th of July will be working. Today surgeons and gynecologists they enjoyed Delhi Tour. Delhi is the capital of India and its third largest city. The city actually consists of tow parts. Old Delhi was the capital of Muslim India between the 17th and 19th centuries. In Old Delhi you will find many mosques, monuments and forts relating to India's Muslim history.
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Laparoscopic Spenectomy, Varicelectomy, Retroperitoneoscopy for Surgeon and Colposcopy for Gynecologists

Event Date: Jul 22, 2014

Event Time: 12:00 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

Today was very busy training schedule for surgeons and gynecologists. Laparoscopic Spenectomynd CBD exploration by laparoscopy was explained to surgeons. Urologists they learnt how to perform Varicelectomy, Retroperitoneoscopy. Laparoscopic training for Surgeon and urologists was together. Today was special day Colposcopy for Gynecologists and many live cases of colposcopy were demonstrated to the gynecologists.   More...
Laparoscopic Bariatric Surgery Training for Surgeons and Hysteroscopy for Gynecologists

Event Date: Jul 21, 2014

Event Time: 12:00 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

Today surgeons were taught laparoscopic bariatric surgery. Sleeve gastrectomy, gastric plication, gastric banding and gastric bypass was discussed and operative procedure of most commonly performed bariatric surgery were demonstrated. Today gynecologists learnt the operative hysteroscopy. How to perform safe hysteroscopy. The fluid insertion including complications of glycine were discussed. Hysteroscopic metroplasty, myomectomy, hysteroscopic sterilization by using Essure II and other hysteroscopic surgery was taught.   More...
Bariatric surgery for Surgeon and Sacrohysteropexy for Gynecologists

Event Date: Jul 20, 2014

Event Time: 11:00 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

Today Laparoscopic Bariatric surgery for Surgeon and Sacrohysteropexy for Laparoscopic Gynecologists was demonstrated. Gastric bypass and other weight-loss surgeries make changes to the digestive tract to help to slim down by limiting how much patient can eat or by reduction of the absorption of nutrients, or both. Gastric bypass and other weight-loss surgeries are done when dieting and exercise haven't worked or when patient have serious health issues because of weight. There are lots of types of weight-loss surgery, known collectively as bariatric surgery. Gastric bypass is one of the most common kinds of surgery. Many laparoscopic surgeons prefer gastric bypass surgery since it generally has fewer complications than do other weight-loss surgeries.   More...
Gynecologists learnt Hysteroscopy today

Event Date: Jul 20, 2014

Event Time: 12:00 pm

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

Essential hysteroscopy skill practicing gynecologists and surgeons who want to prepare for their first steps in hysteroscopy. The hysteroscope system gets control the role of experienced gynecological surgeons guiding the trainee and showing Residents the best practice method of a particular intervention. The fundamental tasks in hysteroscopy include guided navigation through the uterine cavity, polyp removal with the grasper or correct and efficient use of distension media. World Laparoscopy Hospital provide the trainee hints on what must be done, and training Hands On areas provide for additional guidance during each basic skill task.   More...
Laparoscopic Bowel Anastomosis Demonstration by Dr. J. S. Chowhan

Event Date: Jul 19, 2014

Event Time: 9:10 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

The essential principles of the laparoscopic anastomosis are no different than an open anastomosis. Surgeons typically use various modifications of three techniques: hand sewn, linear stapled, or circular stapled anastomosis. As a modern laparoscopic surgeon, understanding of and also the capability to perform each are essential. The technical challenge would be to re-create the angles of instrument to organ which are accomplished in open surgery. An open abdomen, for instance, allows a surgeon to approach a body organ for anastomosis from multiple angles, but laparoscopy limits that towards the angle formed through the trocar entry site and also the position from the organ. Organs that have a great deal of mobility like the small bowel are thus easier to join, because it could be manipulated into a more favorable position than the duodenum or cardia from the stomach, that are largely fixed. The hand sewn technique is appropriate for almost any kind of gastrointestinal anastomosis whether end-to-end, end-to-side, or side-to-side.   More...
Burch colposuspension Demonstration by Prof Dr. R. K. Mishra on the Live Tissue

Event Date: Jul 18, 2014

Event Time: 12:50 pm

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

Laparoscopic Burch Colosuspension is performed in patients with history of Stress Incontinence. These days this surgery is replaced by various Slings operations namely Tension free Trans Vaginal Tape, TVT, TVT-O , Tension Free Transvaginal trans obturator Tape. These operations are easy to perform and are equally effective as the more invasive Burch Suspension. The basic pathophysiologic cause of stress incontinence is that because of repeated labour or obstructed labour the urethra moves down and loses its retropubic position. And in Burch suspension the urethra is again brought back to it's original position.   More...

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