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July 10th, 2014

Centre of Excellence in Laparoscopic Surgery by rkmishra14

Nowadays Laparoscopic surgery is very famous among surgeons and gynecologists. Day by day more people are looking for laparoscopic training because its demand is significantly increasing among people. Any doctor, who wants to be trained in laparoscopic, he should find a reliable source for it. There are multiple institutes are available in the world, who train people in this field and explain them the importance of hands on Laparoscopic. It is the day by day becoming crucial. When a surgeon needs to be trained in ...   Read more...
July 6th, 2014

All general surgery and gynecology residents who apply for certification as a laparoscopic surgeon will need to develop a standardized national curriculum within the utilization of endoscopic techniques. The new requirement will give the general public greater assurance that certified general surgeons and gynecologists have acquired sufficient learning the use of Laparoscopic Surgery to deal with diseases which can be cured by Minimal Access Surgery, according to the statement released through the World Association of Laparoscopic Surgery. Laparoscopic Surgery is one of the top five procedures done by certified general surgeons and gynecologists as well as in many areas certified Minimal Access Surgeons are the only available providers of endoscopic services, the WORLD ASSOCIATION OF ...   Read more...
July 4th, 2014
Laparoscopic surgery is useful to deal with surgical diseases which in the past need open surgery, yet tying sutures within the abdominal or thoracic cavity is really a challenge for a minimal access surgeon. A knot is always in demand which should be strong enough to secure tissue approximation, which may be hand-made, secure on the vessels, simple, easy, quick, reliable, and extracorporeal without extra mechanical devices.

A knot with all these quality, was created and named the Mishr's knot. Extracorporeal Mishra's knot. Bring an extended suture into the laparoscopic field, leaving its tail away from port. Put the stitch; then bring the needle end out through the same port. Mishra's knot can be used over any tubular structere upto 22mm in diameter. Thorough ...   Read more...
July 4th, 2014

There have been lots of developments in the medical field over the past years and one of these has been in the surgical field. The number of surgical processes being undertaken in hospitals every day are so many that medical practitioners have gone an extra mile to innovate new ways of performing surgical processes. Today, robots are being used to perform minimal access surgery and Laparoscopy Hospital is one of the major hospitals that have fully implemented the use of robotic surgery. Robotic surgery has numerous advantages such as reducing the pain that the patient feels during the surgical process, reducing surgical complications and increasing the surgical outcomes. With robotic surgery, the surgical procedure is done through small ports instead of large cuts, and this ...   Read more...
June 29th, 2014
  Longitudinal trends in the population-based rates of severe gallstone disease was examined from 1988 to 2000 and it was found that there is a large increase in elective cholecystectomy rates after 1991. Increased utilization of cholecystectomy starting in 1991 was connected with an 18% reduction in the incidence of acute cholecystitis. Even though the incidence of acute biliary pancreatitis and cholangitis didn't decrease in 1992, the rates leveled off after increasing from 1988 to 1991.
  There's been speculation that the introduction of laparoscopic cholecystectomy might have resulted in inappropriate overuse of cholecystectomy. Although appropriateness of cholecystectomy can be assessed at the ...   Read more...
June 27th, 2014

Since 2010 doctors of World Laparoscopy Hospital started using robots mainly for general surgical, gynecologic and urologic surgeries, but in the last decade robots have grown to be popular for all types of operations. It’s easy to see the appealing effect of da Vinci Robotic Surgery. Traditional open surgical procedures typically involve big incisions; da Vinci robotic surgeries as being minimal access surgery leave impressively small scars. Using robots has been associated with less hemorrhaging, less pain after surgery, and faster recovery. Laparoscopy, deliver these benefits, but some doctors have found that robotic surgery is easier to master, since laparoscopic instruments can be difficult to maneuver in small spaces such as the pelvis during radical prostectomy.
June 17th, 2014

In the present times, we see that more and more surgeons are opting for less invasive surgical procedures for many of the obvious advantages available to the patient. In this scenario, we are able to see that the laparoscopic surgeries are becoming more and more popular. The gynecologic surgeon has many options in performing surgeries. The use and availability of many special tools helps him get great results offering all the desired results to his patients. The uterine manipulator is one of the most essential tools in the hands of a gynecological surgeon and plays an important role while performing laparoscopic hysterectomies.   The placement of a uterine manipulator has become the most integral part ...   Read more...
June 15th, 2014

A mobile application to learn laparoscopic and da vinci robotic surgical treatment is launched by World Laparoscopy Hospital in Gurgaon, India. This excellent laparoscopic surgery mobile application is produced by a team of software personnel and surgeons of WLH which is useful for surgeons, urologists or gynecologists, who wish to learn laparoscopic and robotic surgery. The “Laparoscopic Mobile application” are available easily with a Search and could be downloaded inside a minute by going to the Apple Store or Google Play.    This mobile application of laparoscopic surgery allows the trainee surgeon to determine the laparoscopic and robotic surgery step by step in video format. The surgical community would benefit from a scientific training ...   Read more...
June 6th, 2014
True, training and repetition are crucial to mastering any skill, but surely, even with time of intense practice, many people cannot develop their minimal access surgical skill and some have an element of innate ability fueling their success as an excellent minimal access surgeon. Otherwise, with some labor and perseverance, any person may potentially become a specialist laparoscopic surgeon, and it is very clear this is not the case. So, truly the amount of a laparoscopic surgeon skill is intrinsic and how much could be developed through hard work?

Few surgeons have a genetic makeup given by NATURE that makes them expert laparoscopic surgeon plus some surgeon has NATURE to operate so difficult they do intense practice to ...   Read more...
June 5th, 2014

Incidence of Gastro Esophageal reflux disease (GERD) is increasing day by day. If we will compare with 1980 the incidence of GERD is Laparoscopic Nissen fundoplication is now considered the standard surgical approach for treatment of severe gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) all over World. GERD is increasingly prevalent and medical management of this disease in long term costly, and its effects are experienced daily by up to 10% of the population. It is important to understand that pathophysiology of GERD is not only due to acid overproduction but rather in majority of cases mechanical dysfunction centered on the lower esophageal sphincter. 
  The mainstay of GERD treatment used globally is, proton pump inhibitors or H2 ...   Read more...
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