How to do Safe Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy - Lecture by Dr R K mishra

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Amit Kumar
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This video is about How to do Safe Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy - Lecture by Dr R K mishra. Patients benefit from reduced pain, faster return to normal activities, and reduced risk of surgical site infection with a laparoscopic approach compared to an open operation. The hepatocystic triangle is cleared of fat and fibrous tissue. The hepatocystic triangle is defined as the triangle formed by the cystic duct, the common hepatic duct, and inferior edge of the liver. The common bile duct and common hepatic duct do not have to be exposed. The lower one third of the gallbladder is separated from the liver to expose the cystic plate. The cystic plate is also known as liver bed of the gallbladder and lies in the gallbladder fossa. Two and only two structures should be seen entering the gallbladder. These strategies are based on best available evidence. They are intended to make a safe operation safer. They do not supplant surgical judgment in the individual patient. The final decision on how to proceed should be made by the operating surgeon, according to his/her experience and judgment.