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Today on Sunday D.MAS Doctors Went to see Tajmahal

Event Date: Jun 22, 2014

Event Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location: Tajmahal, Agra

Today is Sunday and the Surgeons and Gynecologists of batch June 2014 went to see Tajmahal. It is known to all that The Taj is one amongst the Wonders of the World. One knows that it's certainly one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. One knows The Taj as a legend of eternal passion for an Emperor for his favourite Queen Mumtaz. The grace of perfection of proportions and grandeur of geometrical patterns of well appointed gardens enhancing the poise of the whole complex together add magnificence towards the delicacy of this mance of affection, dedication and purity, The Taj.   More...
Doctors attending the Hands on Training session in Skill Development Class

Event Date: Jun 21, 2014

Event Time: 10:15 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

Although the laparoscopic surgery is technology driven but unless the surgeon has honed the hands on skills he cann't competently perform the procedures requiring hand sewn anastmosis or adhesiolysis of dense adhesions with bowel or parietes.Today the doctors learnt the Laparoscopic Priciples of Anastmosis and Laparoscopic Dissection Techniques.   More...
Doctors after interactive O R session with Dr R K Mishra and Dr J S Chowhan

Event Date: Jun 20, 2014

Event Time: 11:10 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

Learning from the master surgeon is a unique experience in the laparoscopic surgery. The value of observership is known to everyone. The task analysis and the procedural and executional steps of any surgery can not be learnt in any better way than watching and assisting the master surgeon. Today the surgeons and gynaecologists observed the Laparoscopic myomectomy in an interactive O R session at the World Laparoscopy Hospital.   More...
 Hands On Training in Minimal Access Surgery

Event Date: Jun 19, 2014

Event Time: 10:10 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

Skill development is a continuous process and the learning curve differs from person to person depending upon his/her attitude towards that skill. However on hands learning is much more effective than class room or simulator learning. at World Laparoscopy hospital today the doctors doing the advance course in laparoscopy surgery had first wet lab training on live tissues and performed level 2 and 3 procedures.   More...
Laparoscopic Dundee Jamming Knot Continuous Suturing and Aberdeen Termination Demonstration by Dr R K Mishra.

Event Date: Jun 18, 2014

Event Time: 11:30 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

Dundee and Aberdeen are the two cities in United kingdom and this knot derives its name from them. This knot is used to approximate the cut edges of the tissues which are not under tension, like the closure of the peritoneum after Burch Suspension or after the TAPP.   More...
Fellowship in minimal access surgery batch June 2014

Event Date: Jun 16, 2014

Event Time: 12:45 pm

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

World Laparoscopy hosptal offer World's most popular Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery Program. This is a busy clinical fellowship where the laparoscopic surgeon and gynecologists will experience daily teaching beginning with assisting, after which performing a broad variety of common, plus some infrequent, advanced laparoscopic measures in wet lab. Dr R K Mishra, fellowship program director, is really a national expert and innovator both in non-invasive inguinal and robotic surgery. WLH conducts a monthly training course for general surgeons, Gynecologists, Urologists and Pediatric Surgeons. WLH provides international laparoscopic fellows with an unparalleled exposure to an amazing spectrum of non-invasive procedures and methods. Fellowship in Laparoscopic Surgery is one of the first formal training programs for laparoscopy established in the World.   More...
Baseball Diamond Principle of Laparoscopic Port Positioning

Event Date: Jun 14, 2014

Event Time: 12:05 pm

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

Complications in Laparoscopic Surgical treatment is most typical at the time of access. Veress needle insertion and gas insuffulation is an important step in Laparoscopic Surgery in order to obtain pneumoperitoneum . Problems for gastrointestinal tract with perforation of viscera, gastric injuries (0.027 percent) and small bowel injuries (0.16 per cent) are more inclined when puncture is around umbilicus. Gastric decompression before trocar insertion is an important step in avoiding splenic colon perforation as distended stomach pushes transverse colon caudally towards umbilicus. The only most cause of gut injuries is an uncontrolled forced jerky entry. Knowing the correct Port positioning is essential in Minimal Access Surgery. A Trendlenberg position with 150 tilt should be the position. The direction of veress needle ought to be towards sacral hollow. Inside a multicentre Dutch read the incidence of injury was 1.13/1000 for epigastric vessel injury and 1.7/1000 for abdominal vessel injury, 57 percent were related to laparoscopic entry. Localised pneumoperitoneum within the mesentery, omentum or retroperitoneum can be a cause of irritation because of compromise of operative field.   More...
Hands On Training in Minimal Access Surgery

Event Date: Jun 13, 2014

Event Time: 12:15 pm

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

This is a great opportunity for surgeons and gynecologists to get skill and control on minimal access surgery, using laparoscopic tools and instruments that feel and react just as they would operating on their patients. Gaining hands on training ad developing laparoscopic skill in this art is tricky, due to the intricacy and delicacy of the laparoscopic surgical method. The World Laparoscopy Hospital now offers a practicable high quality wet lab solution with its range of new high-definition, interactive MAS teaching tools.
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Surgeons performing TAPP  Trans Abdominal Preperitoneal Inguinal Hernia repair on the Live Tissue

Event Date: Jun 12, 2014

Event Time: 4:10 pm

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

Today surgeons and gynecologist 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.
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Gynecologist Practicing Tubal Recanalization Surgery on the Live Tissue

Event Date: Jun 12, 2014

Event Time: 1:05 pm

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

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.
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