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January 16th, 2013
 

  Convocation function held on 14th Jan'13 2013. This was 155th Convocation at World Laparoscopy Hospital, Gurgaon for passing out qualified laparoscopic surgeons and gynecologist of the Batch February 2013. The Convocation was held at Pacific Hostel, Gurgaon. The Chief Guest for the occasion was Dr.Sarita, Professor, Bundel khand Universiy and the special invitee was Mr. H.L Atri , who presided over the function. The MIS Director of WLH, Dr. J.S. Chowhan, welcomed the guests and read the exam report. The passed out students of the Batch January Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery. Certification ceremony was done after listning feedback of 155th batch of Training Course January 2012. Chief Guest Mr. H. L. Attri, former director Ministry of Environment, Govt. Of ...   Read more...
January 15th, 2013


First of all I would like to wish "Happy New Year" to all the readers of World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery.  As minimal access surgeons, we are the only group of people on earth whom our patient gives formal consent to render them unconscious and enter their body with telescope. Thus, we have the highest onus to leave no stone unturned in our quest to do the perfectly right thing for our patients. World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery is helping surgeons and gynecologists of all over world to get the highest slandered of knowledge available in Minimal Access Surgery.

WJLS has seen a tremendous start in its first 4 years, and we have successfully resolved some of the ...   Read more...

January 14th, 2013
    Mirena
  Mirena is a soft, flexible IUD that releases small amounts of hormone locally into uterus. Small, T-shaped and made of soft, flexible plastic. Mirena is also proven to treat heavy periods in women who choose intrauterine contraception. The hormonal intrauterine contraceptive device is a t-shaped device that is implanted inside the uterus in female who don't want baby and it is left there for up five years. While in place inside the uterus, Mirena releases the hormone levonorgestrel. In USA Mirena is found to create some serious complication and a Mounting lawsuits and reports of misleading advertising has been filed in USA. The court has raised some concerns about the safety of the device.    
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January 11th, 2013
 Knotless Suture

A barbed suture is a type of knotless surgical suture containing barbs on its surface. While suturing tissue, these barbs penetrate inside tissue and lock them in place, eliminating the necessity for knots to tie the suture. Conventional sutures rely on a surgeon's capability to tie secure knots, whilst barbed sutures provide a knotless alternative in some surgical situations. Barbed sutures are primarily employed in laparoscopic surgery. Barbed sutures are available in a variety of both absorbable and non-absorbable monofilament materials. Barbed suture is available as both unidirectional and bidirectional. Unidirectional barbed sutures are similarly manufactured from monofilament fibers, but needles are swaged onto only 1 end whereas the other end maintains a welded closed loop to facilitate initial ...   Read more...
January 11th, 2013
 Pressure Right
DISPOSABLE ACUPRESSURE DEVICE AS PART OF A MULTI-MODAL ANTIEMETIC STRATEGY FOR REDUCING POSTOPERATIVE VOMITING AND NAUSEA.

  Pressure right device offers market clearance letter in the FDA USA. Wrist Strips should be placed onto the sufferer no less than Half an hour prior to induction of anesthesia or if required being a rescue antiemetic device for general or laparoscopic surgical treatments. This product is really a new breakthrough for decreasing the high incidence of postdischarge vomiting and nausea at the end of the other postoperative day following discharge from ambulatory surgery for anyone patients receiving general anesthesia. Pressure Right includes a proven track record for ...   Read more...
January 10th, 2013
 

  Laparoscopy may offer fast recovery and improved cosmesis, but its cost has been perceived as excessive. Detailing the costs of expensive instrument supplies, increased operating time, and length of stay allows interinstitutional comparison and critical cost-analysis of laparoscopy. With a more selective use of reusable instruments and further shortening of operative time, the global savings of laparoscopy may increase but still it is beyond the reach of the poor people. Lucky and needy patients with many of the abdominal ailments will have a chance to get free laparoscopic surgery as World Laparoscopy Hospital teamed up with experts to treat them by the means of laparoscopic and da vinci robotic surgery. Hundreds of patients would be identified in the initial stage and offered ...   Read more...
January 9th, 2013
 

Video of Laparoscopic Hysterectomy and Laparoscopic Appendicectomy Combined Procedure in same patient

With advancements in minimal access surgery, combined laparoscopic procedures are now performed for the coexisting abdominal pathologies at the same surgery. As long as because ...   Read more...
January 8th, 2013
   
Mr Philip Anthes was operated at World Laparoscopy Hospital in 29th of December 2012. He has sent his Testimonial from United State of America to World laparoscopy hospital and specially to Dr. Mishra. According to Philip Anthes when he came to see Tajmahal, India, his abdominal pain started getting stuff and he was afraid that it can turn very dangerous quickly. If his condition has lasted more than 48 hours and is accompanied by a fever, doctors were suspecting that he can develop strangulated hernia. He was advised by his family doctor to go for urgent hernia surgery.  I don't care if you have to go to whatever the "public" hospital is in your area to get free treatment "His general physician told, ...   Read more...
January 3rd, 2013


A distinction should be made by surgeon for patient suffering from gallstone disease from a symptom plus a symptom complex. Patients complaining of symptom complexes such as those related to acute cholecystitis, cholangitis, obstructive jaundice or gallstone pancreatitis are usually complaining of the genuine complication of gallstones. Those patient who are complaining of a single symptom, especially a vague symptom such as bloating, inability to tolerate bad fats, belching, abdominal fullness or abdominal discomfort require careful questioning before incriminating gallstones for his or her symptoms. Between those two extremes lie those complaining of a single symptom, which we neglect to get a result of gallstones. Perhaps computerized devices an easy task to blame gallstones for many in our symptoms is the ...   Read more...
December 26th, 2012
 
This video demonstrate surgery of acute appendicitis in a female of 9 year. Appendicitis can be a sudden inflammation in the appendix. Even though appendix will not appear to serve any purpose, it can become diseased and, if untreated, can burst, causing infection as well as death.   The main cause of appendicitis is generally unknown. Appendicitis can happen from a viral infection from the digestive system or when the tube connecting the massive intestine and appendix is blocked or trapped by stool. It is considered that blockage with the opening in the appendix in to the bowel by the hard, small stool fragment causes inflammation and infection from the appendix (appendicitis). The inflammation may cause infection, a blood clot, or rupture from the ...   Read more...
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