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Sun - January 13, 2013 11:29 am  |  Article Hits:4843
Over 20 lakh obese patients need bariatric surgery in India, say experts. India has greater than 20 lakh morbid obese patients who are required to undergo weight loss surgery. But, currently, you can find around only few skilled bariatric surgeons accessible to perform such minimal access surgical treatments, say experts laparoscopic surgeon Dr. R.K. Mishra and Part of World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons. For people who are morbidly obese, weight loss laparoscopic or robotic surgery is definitely something people should consider. According to Dr. R.K. Mishra those patient who opt for laparoscopic bariatric surgery instead of a diet and nutrition weight loss method are more likely to lose weight and maintain the weight loss.  MORE
Sat - January 12, 2013 8:49 am  |  Article Hits:35551
Robotic-assisted radical cystectomy has demonstrated superior outcomes compared to open surgery for the treatment of bladder cancer. The minimally invasive approach offers several advantages, including reduced blood loss, shorter hospital stays, decreased postoperative pain, and improved recovery times. Robotic assistance provides enhanced visualization, precise instrumentation, and greater maneuverability, enabling surgeons to perform complex procedures with improved precision and accuracy. Additionally, the robotic platform allows for easier reconstruction of the urinary tract, leading to better functional outcomes. Overall, robotic-assisted radical cystectomy offers a more favorable treatment option for patients, optimizing their surgical experience and long-term outcomes.  MORE
Tue - December 25, 2012 8:20 am  |  Article Hits:6618
Da Vinci Robotic Scarless Gallbladder Surgery is a minimally invasive surgical technique that utilizes the Da Vinci Surgical System to remove the gallbladder without leaving any visible scars. The procedure involves the use of small incisions, through which robotic arms and instruments are inserted to perform precise and controlled movements. This advanced technology allows surgeons to navigate and operate with enhanced dexterity and precision, resulting in reduced pain, faster recovery, and improved cosmetic outcomes for patients undergoing gallbladder removal surgery.  MORE
Mon - December 24, 2012 10:44 am  |  Article Hits:5258
Sensor-based autonomous medical nanorobots are on the brink of revolutionizing minimal invasive surgery. These groundbreaking nanorobots, equipped with advanced sensors, will navigate the human body with precision and perform complex surgical tasks. By leveraging sensor technology, they can detect and analyze vital information in real-time, ensuring accurate diagnoses and targeted interventions. These nanorobots have the potential to minimize risks, reduce recovery times, and enhance patient outcomes in a wide range of surgical procedures. With their imminent availability, the future of medical interventions is set to witness a remarkable transformation towards safer and more effective minimal invasive surgeries.  MORE
Sat - December 15, 2012 5:14 pm  |  Article Hits:6053
Family planning is the process of controlling the number of children by using modern contraception and other methods of birth control. The focus is to address the unmet need for family planning—children who are born because of lack of access to permanent operative contraceptive services—and are a major cause of population boom in Rural India. It helps parents to plan their lives without being overly subject to sexual and social imperatives. It is estimated that about 215 million women worldwide lack access to modern minimal access operative contraception. It is also true that wherever it is available, the use is often limited due to cultural acceptance, women empowerment, affordability and service delivery system. These factors impacted the family planning programmes adversely.   MORE
Sat - December 15, 2012 3:21 pm  |  Article Hits:4815
Learning laparoscopy remains to be an big and challenging issue to the community of surgeons and Gynecologists. Surgeons and Gynecologists in training must learn the laparoscopic techniques from modern and internationally recognized institute of Minimal Access Surgery. Due to increasing a lack of time, cost, stress, and ethical considerations, the current operating room isn't ideal learning environment. The surgeons and gynecologists of present era cannot learn laparoscopy on their patients. Various simulators, live tissue and models for laparoscopic training in urology , gynecology and general surgery with different amounts of validity and reliability can be taken in some reputed and internationally recognized institute. Wide acceptance of laparoscopic training with the use simulators and animal model has become hampered with the lack of standard and valid solutions to measure and certify competence in basic psychomotor skills.  MORE
Sat - December 15, 2012 3:19 pm  |  Article Hits:5677
World Laparoscopy Hospital today announced the start of Single Incision da Vinci Robotic Surgery. According to the director World Laparoscopy Hospital Dr. R.K. Mishra, “Single Incision Robotic Surgery will add and open many new frontier of robotic surgery”. Single Site robotic surgery will improve quality of Minimal Access Surgical treatment and the patient experience throughout all specialization including, General Surgery, Gynecology and Urological procedure.
da Vinci is a standalone robotic surgical system widely used all over World in complex, minimally invasive surgery; however, it was only in December 2011 that the Food and Drug Administration USA has approved the specialized Single-Site instruments for use with the da Vinci Surgical System.   MORE
Wed - December 12, 2012 11:04 pm  |  Article Hits:6379
World Laparoscopy Hospital will be the first in India to execute single port da Vinci robotic surgery to take care of kidney and urinary system surgical conditions. The process sees choices operate by way of a single cut, minimising the possibility of scarring.

Single-Site Instrumentation is a new operating platform linked to the da Vinci robotic Surgical System that enables surgeons to get rid of the gallbladder, uterus or kidney etc... from just one incision inside the waist line. The da Vinci Single-Site System uses state-of-the art robotic and computer technologies. The system consists of an ergonomically designed surgeon’s console as well as a separate unit with one robotic camera arm and 2 interactive robotic arms which have high-performance, miniature instruments mounted on them. Patients lie over a table beneath the robotic arms.  MORE
Wed - December 12, 2012 10:38 pm  |  Article Hits:7570
Playing video games can potentially enhance skills in da Vinci robotic surgery, according to a study. Engaging in video games has been found to improve proficiency and stability in robotic surgery procedures. Players experience improvements in internal dexterity, motor coordination, and visual aptitude. This suggests that video games can be beneficial in acquiring expertise in surgical techniques.  MORE
Wed - December 12, 2012 6:42 am  |  Article Hits:4920
Aprepitant, a medication commonly used for managing chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting, has shown promising results in treating post-laparoscopic surgery-related symptoms. This drug, acting as a neurokinin-1 receptor antagonist, effectively controls nausea and vomiting by blocking specific brain receptors. Its use in laparoscopic surgery patients has demonstrated significant reduction in postoperative nausea and vomiting incidence, providing relief and improved recovery. Aprepitant's efficacy makes it a valuable option for managing these symptoms, enhancing patient comfort and well-being post-surgery.  MORE
Wed - December 12, 2012 6:21 am  |  Article Hits:7546
Laparoscopic surgery, also known as minimally invasive surgery, revolutionized the field of surgical procedures. It emerged in the late 1980s and quickly gained popularity due to its advantages over traditional open surgery. With the use of small incisions and a camera-equipped instrument called a laparoscope, surgeons can perform complex operations with reduced pain, shorter recovery time, and minimal scarring. Laparoscopic surgery has since evolved, expanding its applications to various specialties and becoming a standard technique in modern surgical practice.  MORE
Sat - December 8, 2012 9:51 pm  |  Article Hits:5510
The World Laparoscopy Hospital in Asia witnessed the first-ever initiation of Single Incision Robotic Surgery. This innovative procedure is of great significance as it involves performing surgery through a single incision using robotic manipulation. This latest development has established a new milestone in the field of medicine, providing patients with increased safety and convenience in surgical procedures.  MORE
Sat - December 8, 2012 12:14 pm  |  Article Hits:4897
Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery (SILS) is an innovative surgical technique that involves performing procedures through a single small incision. It represents a significant advancement in healthcare, offering patients reduced pain, minimal blood loss, and fewer visible scars. Ongoing scientific studies are evaluating the benefits and potential opportunities associated with this technique, further advancing our understanding of SILS and its applications.  MORE
Sat - November 10, 2012 1:33 pm  |  Article Hits:5103
The Mobile Laparoscopic Van, in collaboration with World Laparoscopy Hospital, is a pioneering initiative that brings advanced laparoscopic surgical services to remote areas. Equipped with state-of-the-art surgical equipment and staffed by highly skilled medical professionals, the van travels to underserved regions, providing minimally invasive surgeries to patients who lack access to specialized healthcare. This innovative approach aims to improve healthcare accessibility and deliver quality surgical care, ultimately enhancing the well-being of individuals in remote communities.  MORE
Fri - November 2, 2012 6:58 am  |  Article Hits:5118
The da Vinci robot, despite its technological advancements, has been associated with complications in several individuals. These complications have raised concerns about the safety and effectiveness of the robotic surgical system. Reports have indicated that a number of patients have experienced adverse effects, leading to further scrutiny and investigations. The incidents highlight the need for thorough evaluation and monitoring of robotic surgical procedures to ensure patient well-being and minimize potential risks.  MORE

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