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Graduation Day and Certification Ceremony Program,of the Trainees doctors of the Diploma Batch in Minimal Access Surgery January Batch 2016 at World Laparoscopy Hospital With Prof Dr. R. K Mishra and Dr. J. S Chowhan.

Event Date: Jan 28, 2016

Event Time: 2:15 pm

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

Today the doctors were distributed the Diploma in Minimal Access Surgery on completion of four weeks training course, Fellowship of International college of Robotic Surgeons and Fellowship in Upper and Lower G.I. Endoscopy. The certification ceremony was conducted in very formal settings and the doctors wore the proper graduation day robes with caps. The certificates were distributed by Dr R K Mishra and Dr J S Chowhan.   More...
Prof Dr. R.K. Mishra Demonstrates to the Gynecologists the operative steps of Laparoscopic sacrohysteropexy for uterine prolapse on the Live Tissue

Event Date: Jan 27, 2016

Event Time: 10:45 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

Sacrohysteropexy for prolapse of the uterus with Teflon or Polypropylene mesh attached to the uterine isthmus and to the anterior longitudinal ligament of the first or second sacral vertebra in a tension-free fashion is an effective and easy laparoscopic procedure which every gynecologists should learn.   More...
Hands on practice of Da Vinci Robotic Suturing Knoting, Surgeons knot Tumble Square knot and Dundee Jamming Knot Continuous Suturing and Aberdeen Termination, for Surgeon & Gynecologist Demonstration by prof. Dr. R. K. Mishra.

Event Date: Jan 26, 2016

Event Time: 10:30 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

Training of suturing for new robotic surgeons is essential, regardless of whether the machine is in a dedicated laboratory setting or if it is shared in a clinical setting. Few models are available for the dry lab and the cost of the instruments is still high. Furthermore it is very complex to assess the skills of the trainee in an objective way. A simple tissue can be used to learn da vinci robotic surgery basic skill.   More...
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: Jan 25, 2016

Event Time: 11:45 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

The newest frontier of minimal Access Surgery 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...
Demonstration of Fiber Optic and Video endoscope used in upper and lower GI endoscopy  by Prof. Dr. R K Mishra.Doctors practising upper GI  Endoscopy  on the Live Tissue

Event Date: Jan 24, 2016

Event Time: 12:35 pm

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...
Small bowel resection with end-to-end anastomosis using the Suturing knotting technique is being Explained and Demonstrated by Prof Dr. R. K. Mishra

Event Date: Jan 23, 2016

Event Time: 9:15 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...
Laparoscopic Two Port  Ventral Hernia Repair with IPOM technique. Demonstration By Dr.J.S. Chowhan.

Event Date: Jan 21, 2016

Event Time: 9:20 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

Laparoscopic repair of the ventral hernia with IPOM , Intraperitoneal Onlay Mesh repair is a gold standard procedure. The size of the defect and the size and type of the Mesh used are important determinants of the outcome. The procedure can be done by two or three ports. Post operative use of abdominal belt upto six weeks is recommended   More...
The suturing skills for level 3 and 4 Laparoscopic Surgery like Sacrocolpopexy, Rectopexy with Intracorporeal Suturing with Ipsilateral Ports. Demostration by Dr J. S. Chowhan

Event Date: Jan 20, 2016

Event Time: 9:30 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

The intracorporeal Laparoscopic suturing with the Ipsilateral Ports is essential for any surgeon or gynecologist for performing Rectopexy or sacrocolpopexy. The advantages of the ipsilateral ports is that the surgeon donot have to abduct the shoulders and don't experience the shoulder pain. The camera person also does not come in any body contact with the surgeon   More...
Prof Dr. R.K.Mishra Explaining & Demonstrate to Gynecologists Laparoscopic Burch Colposuspension on the Live Tissue.

Event Date: Jan 19, 2016

Event Time: 10:15 am

Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital

Publisher; WLH

In a continent individual, increased abdominal pressure is evenly distributed over the bladder, bladder neck, and urethra. The urethral sphincter is thus able to withstand this pressure and maintain continence. In a person with pure stress urinary incontinence, either the urethra is hypermobile or the sphincter is intrinsically deficient. In urethral hypermobility, the urethral vesicular junction (UVJ) is displaced extra-abdominally, and the increased intra-abdominal pressure is unevenly distributed such that the sphincter can no longer withstand the pressure and urine leaks. With intrinsic sphincter deficiency (ISD), the UVJ is not hypermobile; however, the maximal urethral closing pressure, the Valsalva leak-point pressure, or both are too low to withstand the increase in intra-abdominal pressure and, thus, urine leaks past the sphincter.   More...
Prof. Dr. R. K. Mishra Explaining & Demonstrate to Surgeon & Gynecologist how apply Laparoscopic Intracorporiel Dundee Jamming Knot Continuous Suturing and Aberdeen Termination.

Event Date: Jan 18, 2016

Event Time: 2:15 pm

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...

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