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April 29th, 2013
 
The laparoscopic view is essentially a posterior approach view. The pelvic cavity can be a body cavity that is certainly bounded from the bones from the pelvis and which primarily contains reproductive organs along with the rectum. A laparoscopic surgeon should always look for the medial umbilical ligament & lateral umbilical ligament before starting any laparoscopic surgery. Expose these structures: Coopers lig, testicular vessels, deep ring, space of Bogros. Avoid dissection in the triangles. Beware of untoward dissection around Coopers ligament. No staples/sutures lat or below the iliopubic tract. Laparoscopic surgeons should 1st fixation to Coopers ligament and then adequate dissection to place the mesh.

A distinction is done between the lesser or ...   Read more...
April 29th, 2013

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy is Gold standerd for gallstone disease and for a decade it started slowly replacing the open cholecystectomy. 97 percent of the cholecystectomy now in Europe and America is being performed by Laparoscopy. This surgery is the first surgery a gyneral surgeon learn and it is considere as a essential surgical skill and parameter for Endoscopic Surgical Skill Qualification System requirements and certification by World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons. Endoscopic Surgical Skill Qualification System requirements test the ability to complete laparoscopic cholecystectomy like, simple and common laparoscopic surgeries in each field. In general surgery applicants are required to complete atleast laparoscopic cholecystectomy or appendicectomy ...   Read more...
April 26th, 2013
    Also popularly known as da Vinci Robotic-assisted cholecystectomy or da Vinci gallbladder surgery aor Robotic-assisted gallbladder surgery is one of the good surgery to perform with high precision. Minimally invasive surgery for symptomatic gallstone disease with all the da Vinci High Definition Four Arm Robotic Surgical Strategy is an effective alternative to traditional open and laparoscopic surgery which could allow Minimal Access Surgeon to deliver patients with all the best of both open approaches.   With the assistance of the da Vinci Robotic Surgical System, da Vinci Robotic surgeons are now able to operate ...   Read more...
April 25th, 2013

If we want to simply put, here’s how da Vinci surgical robot works: The part of the da vinci robot known as the tower is positioned directly over the patient during surgery, and contains the robot’s four arms. Three of the arms hold tiny, surgical instruments which can pass through small incisions and cut, stitch and cauterize inside the patient. The fourth arm holds two high-definition, three-dimensional cameras which are also passed through the incisions to the site of the surgery and provide images of the surgical field from different angles.

The da Vinci robotic surgery debate is heating up all over, and it's really not about art, it's really down to healthcare. At problem is whether a da Vinci robotic surgery technique used round the world is ...   Read more...
April 23rd, 2013
 
 

Total laparoscopic hysterectomy has been shown to be a safe method of hysterectomy with minimal complications, yet among all the hysterectomy done only 12% of all hysterectomies are performed by this route of TLH, with 22% by vaginal approach by NDVH and 66% still being performed by laparotomy. 

Suturing the uterine artery can significantly increase the confidence of laparoscopic gynecologist who want to perform total laparoscopic hysterectomy. Practicing surgeons and gynecologist need an effective means for learning suture and knot tying skills and procedures in advanced gynecologic laparoscopy. It is possible that the Mishra's knotting ...   Read more...

April 6th, 2013
 

It's now technically possible to repair every hernia by a laparoscopic approach. There remains some debate in surgical circles whether a laparoscopic repair is the appropriate kind of surgery for sure varieties of hernia. Generally, I love to repair hernias laparoscopically wherever possible. The best benefit of laparoscopic surgical procedures are enterprise post-operative pain along with a more rapid resume normal activities. All hernia repairs are performed while using insertion of a prosthetic mesh. The meshes used are among 2 types; either polypropylene or polyester. Polyester meshes happen to be found in India for a while but have only also been brought to North India. Polyester meshes have certain characteristics that will make them better for hernia repair. These are simple to handle ...   Read more...
April 6th, 2013
 
Since introducing the da Vinci surgical system to Gurgaon in 2010, the Fellowship of International College of Robotic Surgeons program of World Laparoscopy Hospital has been steadily growing. This is due to the combined efforts of the various surgical departments involved in robotic surgery. We do hundreds of Surgery every year for the patient who come from all over World. Our Urology, general surgery, gynecology, thoracic surgery, and pediatric surgery departments have performed a total of more than 360 robotic operations thus far.
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March 30th, 2013
 Free Laparoscopic Surgery by Dr. R. K. Mishra

"When I graduated from medical school, I took the Hippocratic oath and part of that oath is that you're supposed to take care of people regardless of their ability to pay," Dr. R. K. Mishra said. "Free Surgery done by World Laparoscopy Hospital is just sort of the fulfillment of that oath." People come from hundreds of miles away to Surgery at World Laparoscopy Hospital. They are not financially obligated to pay for anything. Private grants and donations fund the procedures by the effort of Dr. Mishra. 

Free Laparoscopic Surgery Performed by Dr. R. K. Mishra

Doctors and nurses of World Laparoscopy Hospital perform just about any procedure that can ...   Read more...
March 27th, 2013
    Conventional open surgery has been the standard for most gynecological procedures since hundreds of year because once upon a time it was thought that they can be too delicate and complex for laparoscopy minimally invasive surgery. But now, da Vinci robotic surgery allows women a smaller abdominal incision, shorter hospital stay and faster recovery period. Da Vinci uses small incisions closed without sutures, resulting in less pain and blood loss, usually only an overnight hospital stay, and just a few days required for healing and return to everyday activities.   The Da Vinci Robot adds a helpful tool for complex surgery such ...   Read more...
March 24th, 2013


A laparoscopic cystectomy removes just the cyst leaving the ovaries intact. However, in the event the cyst is too big or linked to ovarian tissue, laparoscopic surgeon removes all or section of the ovary called as adenexectomy. Laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy is surely an minimally invasive surgical procedure for the abdomen to analyze the cystic organs in the abdomen and to remove it with minimum trauma. A patient suffering from ovarian cyst may be administered general anaesthesia along with a single, small cut is done over the abdominal wall around the umbilicus to move the camera. Then patient's abdominal muscles are separated to succeed in ovary with two more 5 mm trocar. Occasionally the blood vessels offering the ovary are clamped and tied off or cooked. Then the ...   Read more...
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