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April 23rd, 2014
If you never challenge yourself, you will never realize what you can achieve. World laparoscopy hospital is now on its 14th year of laparoscopic training and it was a nice time spending with batch march 2014. Valuable as a foundation or supplement to any current MIS curriculum, World Laparoscopy Hospital provide an appropriate learning invironment for disciplines such as gynecology and urology, as our training program is not ...   Read more...
February 28th, 2014

  4th World Congress of Laparoscopic Surgeon was Organized by World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons at World Laparoscopy Hospital, Cyber City, Gurgaon, NCR Delhi, India on 8th and 9th of February 2014. Attending this World Congress is an essential piece of professional development for every surgeon and gynaecologist. This Summit, held every two years, with delegations of leading laparoscopists representing organizations and countries in the world provides meaningful educational and cultural exchange with thought leaders in minimally invasive surgery. Summits are also open to surgeons in all specialties wishing to learn more about current ...   Read more...
August 15th, 2013
  Mr. Oscar Fernande, Honourable Union Cabinet Minister for Transport, Road and Highways, Government Of India at World Laparoscopy Hospital addressing Batch August 2013 Fellowship and Diploma in Minimal Access Surgery. Mr Fernandes is going to confer fellowship of World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons on the surgeon and gynecologists of 20 country.  

The World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons is largest international organization of Surgeons and Gynaecologists. 
The Fellowship will be conferred on August 14th by Dr. R.K. Mishra Vice President of WALS, at an event to be organized by World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons. This is the monthly meating which happens ...   Read more...
July 6th, 2013
  Fibroids shrink at the menopause to 50% with their size but last a lifetime. GnRh agonists e.g. Lupron, Synarel, Busarelin are medications given by injection or nasal spray that create a brief menopause allowing shrinkage. However in many patiemt on stopping medication the fibroid regrows to its original size. Therefore long term treatment of laparoscopic myomectomy are not indicated because they drugs cause severe menopausal symptoms and osteoporosis. The affected patients of laparoscopic myomectomy can use them for 1-3 months before surgery to lessen the hemorrhage of surgery. Treatments for detaching the fibroids from the uterine muscle is called MYOMECTOMY. This is a specialised operation made by reproductive surgeons who've considerable experience in preserving the ...   Read more...
July 6th, 2013
It is interesting to learn and see the history of appendicitis and how the surgical treatment of appendectomy has changed over the years. The great French surgeon Dupuytren ridiculed the for appendix the notion that it was impossible for such a small organ to produce such disastrous results.    If the laparoscopic appendicectomy world have been their may be the Great King Edward disease be prevented?  Appendicitis is virtually very less comparitevily in Kenya, Uganda, Egypt where people eat a high fibre diet. This is also interseting that uring the Second World War, when the Swiss were forced to consume less refined sugar and more fibre, their rate of appendicitis ...   Read more...
July 6th, 2013
  Recent sudy has shown that women with polycystic ovarian syndrome respond favourably to laparoscopic ovarian drilling surgery. The success rate of laparoscopic ovarian drilling in women with infertility duration of less than three years, treated with ovarian drilling with diathermy, in whom the pre-opre-operative luteinising hormone levelslevel was more than 10 IU/L reached 79%. Laparoscopic ovarian drilling is a minimal access surgical treatment that can trigger ovulation in affected reproductive age group women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). Electrocautery or a laser is used to destroy parts of the ovaries. 

Women with PCOS who conceived following the surgery had a shorter ...   Read more...
May 11th, 2013
  The laparoscopic anatomy of the inguino-femoral region viewed with a telescope by laparoscopic surgeon or robotic surgeon with laparoscope placed in intra-abdominal position differs radically from the anatomy which we observed via an open or anterior approach. The laparoscopic surgeon has to understand the laparoscopic anatomical structure of the region. Poor familiarity with the complex anatomy of the posterior inguinal view by beginers is an important contributor to the steepness of the laparoscopic inguinal herniorrhaphy or ureteric surgery or gynecological surgery learning curve. World Laparoscopy Hospital guidelines to the performance of an secure TAPP laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair, mandate the subsequent structures should be clearly and unequivocally ...   Read more...
May 10th, 2013

Acute cholecystitis gallbladder stone patients fared far better with early rather than delayed laparoscopic cholecystectomy within the largest-ever randomized trial addressing laparoscopic surgical timing just for this common condition.

Symptomatic Gallstone Patients used on early cholecystectomy - which is, laparoscopic surgery within Twenty four hours of presentation to the hospital - had one-third the morbidity, markedly shorter hospital lengths of stay, and ...   Read more...
May 3rd, 2013
Empyema with the gallbladder is marked by intense pain on the upper right side with the abdomen, high fever, and rigidity with the muscles over the infected area. Patients with the empyema gallbladder undergoing early operation by laparoscopic cholecystectomy in experienced hand without attempts at nonoperative treatment had less infectious morbidity and mortality. Despite various encouraging reports found is various literatures, the role of laparoscopic surgery in such acute conditions is still under evaluation. The surgeons are still looking to find out safety and outcome of LC in empyema gallbladder.

The main cause of complication of empyema gallbladder is delayed operative intervention, extrabiliary abscess, perforation of the gallbladder and common ...   Read more...
April 29th, 2013

  At World Laparoscopy Hospital, we have done one study of 75 cases of sacrocolpopexy in last three year and in our study conclusion was laparoscopic double synthetic mesh sacrocolpopexy seems to be a safe and effective treatment of genitourinary prolapse, with good overall long term outcomes and benefits of the minimal access approach. The presence of the remaining cervix after subtotal hysterectomy, seems to enhance the results of laparoscopic sacrocolpopexy. The remaining cervix make this surgery easy to perform. At World Laparoscopy Hospital we have seen very good result by this approach and further randomised studies are needed to confirm our results and to compare this method to open or vaginal approach. Good satisfaction ...   Read more...
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