Tue - February 13, 2018 10:47 am | Article Hits:1329
TOVES is an approach to treat Oropharngeal Cancers(Cancer of Tonsil and Back of Tongue; Throat) surgically which involves usage of conventional Endoscopic (Laparoscopic), instruments which are similar to those used for performing Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy, costing about 1/3rd or even less as compared to Robotic Surgery. MORE
Thu - September 14, 2017 1:47 pm | Article Hits:1480
In laparoscopic surgery creation of Pneumoperitoneum causes an increase in Increased Intracranial Pressure (ICP). The patient position, especially head down either 15 degree or 30 degree as in gynecologic laparoscopic procedures further worsens Increased Intracranial Pressure (ICP). The Trendelenburg position involves placing the patient head down and elevating the feet. It is named after German surgeon Friedrich Trendelenburg, who created the position to improve surgical exposure of the pelvic organs during surgery.
Speedboat-rs2 A New Multi-modality Endoscopic Device For Gastric And Oesophageal Submucosal Dissection
Sat - August 26, 2017 1:08 pm | Article Hits:1410
Gastric and oesophageal mucosal lesions are optimally removed en-bloc for accurate histology and complete resection. The ‘Speedboat-RS2’ cuts in forward, lateral and oblique planes using bipolar radio frequency (RF) cutting, provides haemostasis with microwave coagulation and incorporates a retractable needle for submucosal injection and tissue irrigation. The instrument blade has an insulated ‘hull’ to prevent thermal injury to the muscularis propria and the device catheter is partially torque stable allowing rotation and orientation of the hull parallel to the muscle layer. MORE
Wed - August 23, 2017 6:56 pm | Article Hits:1420
Advanced laparoscopic suturing device features Ethicon's innovative endomechanical, suture and curved needle technologies. Suturing and knot tying are basic skills for surgeons. Performing these tasks laparoscopically can be a tedious, time-consuming endeavor associated with much frustration. MORE
Fri - June 9, 2017 9:38 am | Article Hits:1550
Philadelphia—For decades, residents have withdrawn from general surgery training programs at far higher rates than other specialties. Now, the first study of its kind shows that women, particularly those from ethnic minorities, are most likely to leave.
Sun - June 4, 2017 11:42 am | Article Hits:2082
As a leading provider of laparoscopic and robotic surgery education and contributors to health and health care society. Our staff at World Laparoscopy Hospital in India and also in Dubai are experts in their field and committed to excellence in organization, teaching and research in Minimal Access Surgery. Get the best Laparoscopic surgery training at the world's most advanced Minimally Invasive training facility. MORE
Sat - May 20, 2017 5:24 pm | Article Hits:1560
Gum-chewing has a beneficial effect on the activity of bowel functioning after surgery. There are few study which says Chewing gums has stimulatory effects on bowel function in patients undergoing cesarean section. The results of the study indicate that chewing is acceptable and inexpensive physiologic method for decreasing the time to the passage of flatus, bowel movements, and feeling of hunger in patients undergoing cesarean section. MORE