Laparoscopic Roeder's Knot
Although it demands an advanced set of skills that remain substantially hard to don, many of the salient steps of “open” surgery, including suturing, are credibly “replicated” in its laparoscopic counterpart with the intention of achieving similar optimal results. This video demonstrate how to tie Laparoscopic Roeder's Knot. Laparoscopic Roeder's Knot is one of the oldest knot used in laparoscopic surgery. It is used most commonly during laparoscopic appendectomy surgery. Recent literature, though abundant with numerous reports pertaining to a variety of endoscopic knotting techniques and technologies, appears to lack scientific data but Roeder's knot is a time tasted extra corporeal slip knot which is secure for 6-8 mm diameter tubular structure.