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Dr.Prof R. K. Mishra Explanation of Patient Cart,Vision Cart and Master Console,Instrument designing and Working Principles of da Vinci Surgical System optical 3D HD designing and Working Principles of Robotic Remote Sensor Technology,and Docking

Event Date: Nov 25, 2015

Event Time: 12:15 pm

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

Robotic surgery effectively addresses the limitations of laparoscopic and thoracoscopic procedures, thus revolutionizing minimal access surgery. Robotic surgery is expected to continue to comprise a growing part of surgery. It is envisaged that "almost all surgery can and will be performed by robotic surgery inin the future. Thus, robotic surgery will not only require special training; it will also change the existing surgical training pattern and reshape the learning curve of the surgeons and the gynaecologists.   More...
Prof. Dr. R.K. Mishra Explaining & Demonstrate all Endoscopic Instrument and Equipment to  Endoscopic Surgeon & Physician for Hands on Training

Event Date: Nov 24, 2015 - Dec 24, 2015

Event Time: 9:45 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

Learning Upper GI Endoscopy is included in the syllabus of the D.MAS course. One day is devoted to teaching overview of the upper and Lower GI endoscopy, demonstration of the Fiber Optic and Video endoscopes, their designing and working. In the wet lab doctors perform hands on training on a monogastric anaesthetised animal.   More...
Single incision laparoscopic surgery (SILS) System provides surgeons and patients with the most advanced minimally Invasive Surgery, Hands on Training (SILS) for Surgeon & gynecologist Demonstration by Dr. J. S. Chowhan

Event Date: Nov 21, 2015

Event Time: 12:00 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

Single-incision laparoscopic surgery is a very exciting new modality in the field of minimal access surgery which works for further reducing the scars of standard laparoscopy and towards scarless surgery. Natural orifice translumenal endoscopic surgery (NOTES) was developed for scarless surgery, but did not gain popularity due to a variety of reasons. NOTES stands for natural orifice translumenal endoscopic surgery, a term coined by a consortium in 2005. NOTES remains a research technique with only a few clinical cases having been reported. The lack of success of NOTES seems to have spurred on the interest in single-incision laparoscopy as an eminently doable technique in the present with minimum visible scarring.   More...
Small bowel resection with end-to-end anastomosis using the Suturing knotting  technique is demonstrated here by Dr. J. S. Chowhan

Event Date: Nov 20, 2015

Event Time: 9:00 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...
Prof. Dr. R. K. Mishra Explaining & Demonstration to Surgeon for Practicing of Laparoscopic Nissen Fundoplication, Nephrectomy and Splenectomy surgery on the live Tissue.

Event Date: Nov 19, 2015

Event Time: 10:15 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital Gurgaon

Publisher; WLH

With the sedentary life style and culture of fast food the incidence of Gastro esophageal Reflux Disease is increasing and so the need for Laparoscopic fundoplication. Patients with recurrent pneumonia and cerebral palsy who have increased chances of aspiration of gastric contents also are candidates for laparoscopic Fundoplication   More...
Hands on Training in Minimal Access Surgery surgeon & Gynecologist Practicing Tissue Retrieval Techniques and Port closer Techniques Demonstration By Dr.J. S. Chowhan

Event Date: Nov 18, 2015

Event Time: 9:10 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital Gurgaon

Publisher; WLH

Tissue retrieval is a big challenge for every laparoscopic Surgeon. Through small incisions of 5 or 10mm in size the surgeon has to retrieve big or small resected tissues. The knowledge and the availability of the required appliance is must before starting the surgery.   More...
Prof.Dr.R.K. Mishra Demonstrate to Surgeon & Gynecologist Practicing of Laparoscopic Intracorporiel Dundee Jamming Knot Continuous Suturing and Aberdeen Termination.

Event Date: Nov 17, 2015

Event Time: 1:45 pm

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital Gurgaon

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...
Surgeon and Gynecologist Practicing Laparoscopic Extracorporeal Weston Knot Demonstration By Prof.Dr.R. K. Mishra.

Event Date: Nov 16, 2015

Event Time: 2:15 pm

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital Gurgaon

Publisher; WLH

Weston knot is an Extracorporeal sliding Knot and it slides on it's own and no knot pusher is needed. This knot is extensively used by the Arthroscopic Surgeons. In Laparoscopic Surgery this knot may used for closure of the Vaginal vault, in Burch Suspension, crural approximation in Fundoplication   More...
Graduation Day of Certification Ceremony Program,of the Trainees doctors of the F.Mas Batch in Minimal Access Surgery November Batch 2015 at World Laparoscopy Hospital With Prof Dr. R. K Mishra and Dr. J. S Chowhan.

Event Date: Nov 14, 2015

Event Time: 2:20 pm

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital Gurgaon

Publisher; WLH

The joy of qualifying the course and the excitement of receiving the certificate/ degree/ award etc. is same at every stage of our life. The sense of achievement adds to the confidence of person. To gain new knowledge/ skill one has to go to the temples of learning or go to the masters trainers. In today's world to choose a proper school or training center is a very difficult task. The best way of choosing a training institute is to listen to the experience of its alumni or passed out students.   More...
Hands on Training in Minimal Access Surgery, Today Surgeons performing Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy, TAPP Trans Abdominal Preperitoneal Inguinal Hernia repair on the Live Tissue

Event Date: Nov 13, 2015

Event Time: 9:30 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital Gurgaon

Publisher; WLH

Today surgeons learnt the laparoscopic inguinal hernia surgery. This is one of the important surgery for the general surgeons. Laparoscopic inguinal hernia is repaired by laparoscopic surgery generally using a synthetic mesh either with TEP or TAPP. The most common laparoscopic techniques for inguinal hernia repair are transabdominal preperitoneal (TAPP) repair and totally extraperitoneal (TEP) repair. laparoscopic inguinal hernia surgery is also getting popular by IPOM technique or increasingly using fibrin glue and absorbable suture as 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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