Latest Laparoscopic News

Saturday - April 6, 2013 12:58 pm
"i will serve the poor and the needy till my last breath," eminent Laparoscopic Surgeon Dr R K Mishra said on at the inauguration of his free two-day laparoscopic surgery camp by cabinet minister Harish Rawat at Civil Hospital Roorkee. a student of Ninewells Hospital, UK. A team pf doctor from World Laparoscopy Hospital in direction of Dr. R.K. Mishra is expected to perform many surgeries at this camp.

Inaugurating the camp, Honorable Minister of Government of India Mr. Harish Rawat praised Dr Mishra and lauded his services. "though the government spends a large amount on medical equipment and it still has a lot of work to do, providing best specialised treatment," he said. Dr. R.K. Mishra added that most poor people could not afford the treatment of corporate hospitals and the government must work to provide better facilities to them. He also praised the entire team World Laparoscopy Hospital including Sadhana Mishra and Dr. J S Chowhan for putting up the camp.   Read more...
Saturday - February 23, 2013 12:00 pm
Any sensitive laparoscopic surgeon can reel off a list of life-threatening problems associated with morbid obesity. They include diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, sleep apnea, pain, depression and elevated rates of cancer. "Twenty percent of people is morbidly obese, or 75 to 100 pounds over their ideal weight, he stated. Their troubles are life-threatening. The rise in the interest rate of early death is about 55 percent which equates to Ten to fifteen years off the typical human life.   Read more...
Thursday - February 7, 2013 6:13 am
The goal of the Safe Laparoscopic Surgery Saves Lives Challenge is to improve the safety of minimal access surgical care around the world by ensuring adherence to proven standards of care in all countries. The WHO Surgical Safety Checklist has improved compliance with standards and decreased complications from laparoscopic surgery in pilot hospitals where is was evaluated. The entire time patients in Laparoscopic surgery commit to low blood pressure level might be a stronger predictor of serious postoperative complications as opposed to depth of the hypotensive troughs they hit throughout the procedure. Depending upon the final results of such validation steps, scientist anticipate an evolutionary practice change if not every, but many patients outcomes could be improved by minimizing hypotensive exposures during Laparoscopic Surgery. The investigators used logistic regression to discover the relationship between cumulative time spent beneath the various thresholds and 30-day mortality.   Read more...
Monday - February 4, 2013 11:22 am
Virtual Incision is developing an in vivo new generation robotic surgical device. The patented future robot will performs Minimal Access, single incision abdominal surgery using a single incision with no specialized infrastructure. Your initial putting on the technology will probably be colon resection procedures. Virtual Incision Corporation grew from collaboration from a University of Nebraska Clinic surgeon considering improving surgery practices plus a University of Nebraska-Lincoln mechanical engineer with understanding designing robots. After learning with their mutual interests, they began developing mini-robots and testing them in animal models. Their exciting research generated progression of a spin-off company, Virtual Incision Corporation, to commercialize and produce these novel devices. These remotely controlled robots could be inserted via a single tiny incision to perform minimally invasive surgeries, significantly reducing pain and recovery times for patients. Each camera-carrying robot would be remotely controlled with the surgeon and will be capable of performing complex surgeries including gall bladder removal and colon resection. The US Army, the main Dod, has significantly funded principle research and continuing development of prototype surgical robots. The National Institutes of Health and NASA are also key funding sources for these researchers.   Read more...
Sunday - February 3, 2013 7:12 am
Good vision is most important component of a successful laparoscopic surgery. The security and effectiveness of any advanced laparoscopic surgery utilizes the clarity from the image given by the rod-lens system and the high definition 3 chip camera. In Laparoscopic surgery clear vision ensures precision, uninterrupted flow from the surgical movements and promotes ergonomics of efficient surgical team function. Recent technological advances have improved the caliber of the optic equipment used in laparoscopic surgery, with improved lenses, better 3 Chip HD cameras, high-definition monitors and stronger LED illumination now being available. At present there are many foreign and domestic companies produce various endoscopic equipments- functional, reliable, ergonomic, standing out for their modern design. Only by applying to state of the art endovideosystem it is possible for operating surgeon and gynecologist to act coordinately with two or more manipulator operating instrument simultaneously bringing closer the operative competences of laparoscopic surgery to those of traditional surgery, and in some cases surpassing each other if the vision is good. One of the most struggling part of vision is fog. The fogging can be easily eliminated by warming the telescope in hot water flask. Once the temperature of telescope is more than body temperature fogging will not occur. But warming the telescope is a cumbersome and time taking procedure.   Read more...
Saturday - February 2, 2013 8:21 am
Two new patents, one out of the U.S. then one in Japan, cover the process, concept, and style in the EndoGrab device. The EndoGrab, containing already been utilized in more than 10,000 laparoscopic surgeries worldwide, allows surgeons to retract organs and anchor these to within the abdominal wall during laparoscopic procedures, decreasing the variety of ports, incisions and personnel required to perform procedure. This can be a significant improvement for the standard procedure, which requires several incisions in the abdominal wall as a way to accommodate all of the instruments necessary to perform laparoscopic surgery. The EndoGrab happens to be on the market from the U.S., Europe, Korea and japan.   Read more...
Friday - February 1, 2013 12:14 pm
Childhood obesity is growing at epidemic rates, even among pre-schoolchildren and it is accompanied by significant comorbidities and health conditions. Prevention medicine primary goal and, if successful, will help reduce adult obesity. Accordingly, we are going to possess the greatest opportunity to successfully turn back the obesity epidemic whenever we consider it an emergency, transform it into a funded government and public health priority, and join forces across disciplines to mount a highly effective public health campaign from the prevention and early treatment. In line with the many pediatric association of the world, the percentage of obese children between the chronilogical age of 6-11increased by 11 percent in Three decades. For adolescents, that rate sat at 18% this year. These alarming numbers are coming up with a flow of college and community programs for healthier dietary options for children. The organism of youngsters and teenagers is still at the development stage hence their chances of having more complicated medical related risks. Bariatric surgeon Dr. R. K. Mishra. reveals that the long-term health effects for obese children may be devastating and may lead to many types of health related issues and in the end cancer. The immediate effects are as destructive which enable it to cause prediabetes and a poor self-esteem. Society, family, and community can start to play a huge role from the prevention of obesity. The development of a secure and supportive environment that's focused on practices which lead children being more active is crucial.   Read more...
Monday - January 28, 2013 12:36 pm
Mutations in a single gene MED12 occur in about 70% of uterine fibroids. Mutations in MED12 are also responsible for at least two other different forms of X-linked dominant diseases like mental retardation, Lujan-Fryns syndrome and FG syndrome, as well as instances of prostate cancer. MED12-related disorders are inherited within an X-linked manner. If mother of an proband has a disease-causing mutation, the possibility of transmitting it in each pregnancy is 50%. Males who inherit the mutation is going to be affected; females who inherit the mutation is going to be carriers and can typically not be affected. No male with a MED12-related disorder has reproduced. Carrier testing for at-risk female relatives and prenatal testing for pregnancies at increased risk are possible when the disease-causing mutation inherited may be identified.   Read more...
Monday - January 28, 2013 11:12 am
Da Vinci robotic surgical treatment is just about the most technologically advanced approaches to minimally invasive surgery. Many of the top Indian hospitals including the Da Vinci robotic surgery system in their operation theatre, and offer usage of it with a cheaper price compared to first-world nations. It is likely that developing a robotic surgery in India could be daunting for a lot of. While Intuitive Surgical has brought an innovative approach to minimal access surgery, it is too expensive considering its growth deceleration. Moreover, this quarter saw greater growth deceleration than in either of the first two quarters. However, this decline may be temporary as the same old dynamics are still in place. There are plenty of procedures still to be added by da vinci. The are plenty of hospitals both domestic and abroad that want and need the machine. There is still no formidable competition among surgical robot. Intuitive Surgical had a strong fourth quarter, with net earnings of $175 million over $151 million last year. Earnings were $4.25, compared to $3.75 last year.   Read more...
Sunday - January 27, 2013 10:59 am
Leptin is often referred to as the obesity hormone or fat hormone but also the starvation hormone. When scientists discovered leptin in 1994, excitement arose about Leptins potential as a dramatic fat loss treatment. Even today, the Internet is set with sites that sell leptin supplements. Giving leptin by injection will help in a cases in which patient make no leptin at all in their fat, which causes them to overeat and become morbid obese. When those people received leptin by injection, they stopped overeating and will lose weight. But for the vast majority of people, the treatment will not work, nor is leptin approved as a medical treatment for weight loss till today because the body immediately become resistant to leptin. Leptin has direct effects on bone to increase bone health and bone mineral density. Leptin may even affect women's fertility. If the brain does not sense leptin, fertility will be affected.   Read more...
Thursday - January 24, 2013 10:16 am
Ethicon company has launched powered endocutter with enhanced, system-wide compression. To further reduce the risk of tissue trauma during laparoscopic surgery, Ethicon Endo-Surgery, has launched the ECHELON FLEX™ Powered ENDOPATH® Stapler. This instrument is industry's first powered endocutter with enhanced system-wide compression and stability. Powered ECHELON FLEX allows greater instrument stability with no less than 63 percent decrease in tip movement during tissue cutting and stapling compared to the Endo GIA™ Ultra and the Endo GIA Universal.   Read more...
Wednesday - January 23, 2013 5:23 am
Keeping in mind the high rate of complications of minimal access surgery professional liability insurance (PLI) is essential nowadays for laparoscopic surgeons. It is also referred to as professional indemnity insurance (PII) but more commonly called errors & omissions (E&O). It is often a type of insurance that can help protect doctors and corporations from bearing the full cost of defending against a negligence claim created by patient, and damages awarded in that civil lawsuit against Doctor. The Indemnity doctors policy focuses on alleged failure to complete on the part of, financial loss brought on by, and error or omission within the service to the patient. These are generally potential causes for law suit that will not covered by a far more general liability insurance policy which addresses more direct kinds of harm.   Read more...
Tuesday - January 22, 2013 3:13 am
Annually, lacs of males undergo vasectomy. Approximately 5% of the men can change their minds due to various reasons. Vasectomy reversals have provided a great way of those men to reestablish their fertility. The surgical techniques have evolved in the past. The present defacto standard could be the microsurgical technique. It calls for precisely reconnecting the cut ends from the vas deferens using extremely fine sutures under magnification as high as 16 times given by operative microscope. DaVinci robotic technologies have revolutionized various urological surgeries, the same way that microsurgery redefined the success of vasectomy reversals if it became widely utilized. The robotic technology allows streamlining of human motions where most of the unnecessary movements are eliminated.   Read more...
Tuesday - January 22, 2013 2:43 am
Physicians should know that patients can use their smartphones and other electronic products to tape alleged malpractice or negligence and introduce this evidence at trial. The presiding judge will determine whether the videotape may be presented. The GMC has updated its guidance Making and ultizing Visual and Audio Recordings of Patients, which provides coverage for audio tracks, photographs and other visual images of patients, as an example those made with a cellular phone or possibly a webcam. If consent will not be sought to make a recording, but surprise development occurs which may make a valuable educational tool, you ought to seek accept to making it where possible. If it's not practicable to take action, for instance if the patient is sedated, surgeon can create video recording but must inform the person once they regain capacity and seek their consent due to the use.   Read more...
Monday - January 21, 2013 2:04 pm
For the members of World Laparoscopy Hospital who has taken "Hands On" Laparoscopic or da Vinci Robotic Surgery Training, our expert surgeon provide the most useful, easy-to-understand, comprehensive and balanced legal information. If in case something goes wrond during Laparoscopic Surgery, General legal advice, and insurance help is provided by us. This medicolegal support is only for surgeons and gynecologist who have been awarded Fellowship or Diploma in Minimal Access Surgery and taken training at world laparoscopy hospital. WLH also helps to connect surgeons and gynecologists to attorneys and insurance professionals to get personal advice, help and solutions for their legal and insurance problems.   Read more...
Saturday - January 19, 2013 6:35 am
Ethicon Percutaneous Surgical Set (PSS) and the Magnetic Guidance and Anchoring System (MAGS) got FDA Approval. Ethicon Endo-Surgery introduced two new surgical technology concepts that happen to be thought to be a milestone in minimal invasive surgery, the Percutaneous Surgical Set (PSS) as well as the Magnetic Guidance and Anchoring System (MAGS). These prototype systems can be viewed as pioneers in next generation minimal invasive surgery since they are supposed to be able to execute complex operations by reduction of the dimensions and variety of incisions or even operate inside a body system with magnetic control. Compared to traditional laparoscopy fewer and smaller incisions are essential. Both innovative instruments hence provide the possible ways to decrease the patient trauma significantly and to shorten recovery time. The creation of the Percutaneous Surgical Set and MAGS is another milestone on the way towards Minimal Access Surgery.   Read more...
Saturday - January 19, 2013 5:57 am
Gene research is going in future to gives hope for women who suffer with endometriosis. Scientist has identified chromosome 1 and chromosome 7 as being crucial to a women's risk of developing the condition of endometriosis. Chromosome 7 is thought to be associated with regulating genes which develop the womb and it is lining, case study says, while chromosome 1 is near to a gene which is necessary for hormone metabolism and the roll-out of the woman reproductive tract. Dr Krina Zondervan, lead author in the study and research fellow in the University of Oxford, said: Study is really a breakthrough because it supplies the first strong evidence that variations in DNA make some women prone to develop endometriosis.

The genomes of 5,500 women with the condition from your UK, US and Australia were than these of 10,000 healthy volunteers. The Nature Genetics study can lead to more potent treatments and diagnosis, researchers said. An endometriosis charity said more research was had to show how this may lead to better treatments.   Read more...
Saturday - January 19, 2013 5:27 am
Recently, several endoluminal procedures for that treatments for gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) are already introduced. These types of techniques have already been abandoned since they lack long-term efficacy or have serious unwanted side effects. Inside a recently published prospective randomized, sham-controlled trial, the Plicator was confirmed to be efficient at controlling reflux symptoms and esophageal acid exposure. In every previous studies, simply a single implant was adopted. The purpose of the existing pilot study ended up being to determine the security and efficacy of two serially placed Plicator implants.

Endoscopic full-thickness plication using two serially placed Plicator implants was both secure and efficient in lessening esophagitis, GERD symptoms, medication use, and esophageal acid exposure.
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Friday - January 18, 2013 12:30 pm
Nowadays thousands of Lawsuits are filed every day against Doctors. In fact, as outlined by an article for the Citizens for any Sound Economy Web page, there are many than 15 million civil cases processed annually in state courts alone, for around over $1.8 billion. Cases against doctors are kept under review throughout the criminal justice process and ultimately doctor loses his reputation without his or her fault, to ensure that the requirements of the Code continue to be met. If they do not, then a case may be discontinued.

More than 60 percent of doctors over the age of 55 have been sued at least once, according to a new survey by the American Medical Association. Although most of those claims against doctors are dropped or dismissed, the new survey from the AMA shows that most physicians will be sued for malpractice at some point in their careers. This works out to an average of 95 medical malpractice lawsuits having been filed for every 100 physicians now in practice.   Read more...
Wednesday - January 16, 2013 11:17 am
USA Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has warned eight surgical centers as well as the marketing firm 1-800-GET-THIN LLC in California about misleading advertising from the Lap-Band-a device implanted inside a surgery called gastric banding to help adults eat fewer and slim down. Weight-loss surgery by gastric band may be a choice if patient happen to be severely obese for 5 years or higher and have not had time to lose weight through diet and exercise. The gastric band could be the simplest bariatric procedure. In most cases done being a laparoscopic procedure but not as effective as sleeve gastrectomy and gastric bypass.

Laparoscopic gastric banding is not an quick fix for obesity as gastric bypass. It is going to greatly change lifestyle if it has to work effectively. Patient despite gastric band must dieting and exercise after that surgery. Patient may have complications from the surgery and poor weight loss if don't.   Read more...
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