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December 25th, 2012

Even experienced laparoscopic surgeons accidently rupture dermoid cyst during laparoscopic cystectomy, should consider laparoscopy as an alternative to laparotomy in management of ovarian dermoid cysts in selected cases. The question is, Is it safe to rupture dermoid cyst during laparoscopic surgery? Many sudy is done to analyze the safety of laparoscopy in ovarian dermoid cysts treatment and risk of chemical peritonitis. Spillage rates of dermoid cysts when removed by laparoscopy is reported as 15% to 100% in several series, compared to only 4% to 13% via laparotomy.

In patients with dermoid cyst rupture peritoneal cavity should be washed out thoroughly with Ringer lactate and drained for 24-48 hours. In our experience  the ...   Read more...
December 24th, 2012

Tomorrow is an essential part of life with new era of surgical technology. Enters us at midnight very clean. It's perfect when it arrives also it puts itself inside our hands a laparoscope and a da Vinci Robot. It hopes we've learned something from yesterday.

Finish on a daily basis and turn into completed with skill of Minimal Access Surgery. You must have done what you could; some blunders and absurdities have crept in; forget them once you can. Tomorrow is really a new day; you shall begin it serenely sufficient reason for too much a spirit being encumbered together with your old nonsense.

The New Year, just like an Infant Heir on the whole world, was waited for, with welcomes, presents, and rejoicings.

The previous year adjusted open surgery anyhow. Permit the dead past bury its very own dead. 2012 has had possessing the time of ...   Read more...

December 16th, 2012

The relation between a man and a machine is always needed, more so in the field of medicine in which precision and accuracy matters. With new methods to perform medical operations coming in, studies like Laparoscopic Surgery Training, Robotic Surgery Training, and Endoscopic Training are turning out to be necessities in the field.

At World Laparoscopy Hospital, all this is common knowledge. The immediate need for ‘minimal access surgery’ – a form of surgery in which there is minimal human interaction is understood. The need to train doctors and medical students in such areas can help save more lives than in the conventional methods. Some rave reviews have been received by the Hospital from established organizations like the International Accreditation Organization and World ...   Read more...
December 12th, 2012

Over time there have been many advances made in women’s medical treatments. Since the inspection of minimal access surgery, We are glad to introduce probably the most advanced treatment methods designed for women available today, robotic surgery technology said Dr R K Mishra, chairman, World Laparoscopy Hospital, Gurgaon, NCR Delhi.

World Laparoscopy Hospital  invested in the da Vinci HD Surgical System robot in year 2010. Being a community leading hospital this is the wonderful advancement in surgical surgical treatment we could offer women that have benign gynecological conditions like uterine fibroids, heavy menstrual bleeding, endometriosis, where the uterine lining grows outside the uterus and chronic pain. As an example, for uterine fibroids there are several ...   Read more...

December 10th, 2012

Surgical skill practice starts for undergraduate surgeons at stage where medical students are engaged in functions to a minimal level, and educated using a mixture of didactic and problem-based techniques during there surgical residency. Newly certified doctors often known as “house officers” in Europe and Asia and called “resident surgeon” in Northern America are engaged to a level in that interval, but are mainly engaged in keep stage assistance supply. Surgical resident surgeons enter a five year surgical exercising course called surgical residency during which they gain improving minimum laparoscopic exposure and participation in minimal access surgical operations. During this interval they go from “scrubbing into” surgery and enjoying a limited role, to enjoying ...   Read more...
December 9th, 2012

The Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery Program of World Laparoscopy Hospital is one of the first Fellowship program of world for laparoscopic surgeon and gynecologists. Fellowship has been approved through the Fellowship Authorities since 2001 by TGO University and academic council of World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons. Hundreds of applicants are chosen every year through the Fellowship Authorities for this course by online exam with process and begin the program on 1st of the month.

The MIS Fellowship at the Center of World Laparoscopy Hospital for Minimal Access Surgery training provides each applicant a extensive surgical skill development in a variety of ...   Read more...

November 23rd, 2012
The relation between a man and a machine is always needed specially in this era of robotic surgery, more so in the field of medicine in which precision and accuracy matters. With new methods to perform medical operations coming in, studies like Laparoscopic Surgery Training, Robotic Surgery Training, and Endoscopic Training are turning out to be necessities in the field of advanced surgery.

At World Laparoscopy Hospital, all this is common knowledge is given to surgeons and gynecologists who come from all over world. The immediate need for ‘minimal access surgery – a form of laparoscopic or endoscopic surgery in which there is minimal human interaction is understood. The need to train doctors and medical students in such areas of da Vinci Robotic and laparoscopic surgery can help ...   Read more...
November 23rd, 2012

There is only one center of excellence for minimal access surgery training in whole world and that is World Laparoscopy Hospital. This institute is located at Gurgaon, India, and endeavours to provide the best healthcare, holistic recovery and rehabilitation services in Minimal Access Surgery including da Vinci Robotic Surgery.

It is the first institute of High definition Robotic Surgery in India and this is institute of its kind in the subcontinent and on the international map recognized to be a center of excellence in endosurgery and robotic surgery in the world today. The Institute comprises of master minimal access surgeons who specialize in various areas of laparoscopic and da Vinci Robotic surgery and are dedicated to performing surgical procedures with a special emphasis on utilization of ...   Read more...

November 17th, 2012
It is a hard fact that laparoscopic and robotic surgery has carved out for itself an irreplaceable surgical niche in the field of modern medicine. Now every young surgeon and gynecologist has to welcome this fascinating frontier of minimal access surgery. In the past few years, several research groups have been working to analyze and automate the training process using modern laparoscopic and robotic surgical tools. The Goal of any good laparoscopic training centre is to create an objective, standardized method of surgical training as well as to reduce the time and cost of having an experienced surgeon in the training loop.

For any general surgeon and gynecologist gaining Laparoscopic skills is not a easy task. Nowadays just Skill in conventional open surgical procedures does not necessarily confer necessary ...   Read more...
November 15th, 2012
Gone are the days when surgeons rely on their professional hands on skills when performing an operation. Today, technology has made it possible to perform surgical procedures with precision and full control. The laparoscopic surgery addresses surgeons’ imperfection through robotic assisted surgery, video cameras and highly advanced surgical instruments. Because of this,

there will be no need to make large incisions when performing invasive procedures. Hence, the patient can expect minimal discomfort postoperatively. With undersized incisions done, recovery can be achieved earlier than the traditional surgical procedure. Hence, there will be no need to stay long in the hospital postoperatively. Most importantly, the person can ...   Read more...
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