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September 14th, 2017

Urinary incontinence (involuntary leakage of urine) is an extremely common, distressing and socially disabling condition. It is known to affect up to 14 % of the adult female population in the United Kingdom. Sufferers tend to become social recluses, not wanting to socialise for fear of embarrassment and ridicule. It typically takes up to 5 years from the onset of symptoms for a patient to admit their problem, seek help and reach a specialist. Unfortunately, it is commonest in the elderly when the incidence is as high as 50% in some studies. Furthermore, this group of patients are the least likely to seek help, the least likely to receive help and up until recently the least likely to be cured of their problems.

GYNECARE TVT Obturator procedure starts at a precise mid-urethral point and continues away from critical structures utilizing an ...   Read more...
June 28th, 2017


Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is minimally invasive surgical procedure that involves the removal of the gall bladder. A minimally invasive procedure involves the assistance of a laparoscope and several specialised laparoscopic surgical tools.

Gall bladder removal is one of the most commonly performed surgical procedures. The gall bladder is an internal organ that is pear-shaped and it is located beneath the liver on the right side. The gall bladder serves the purpose of collecting and concentrating the bile juice that is usually produced by the liver. During digestion this bile juice is released by this internal organ to aid in the digestion process.


June 27th, 2017


Hysterectomy is one of the most common gynaecological procedure which involves the removal of fibroids from a woman. Laparoscopic hysterectomy is one of the minimally invasive surgical procedures used to remove the uterus. Laparoscopic hysterectomy has been termed as the procedure of choice for most women due to its safety compared to the traditional open hysterectomy. The adoption of laparoscopic hysterectomy has been growing over the years due to several advantages of minimally invasive surgery that are associated with laparoscopic hysterectomy.

Hysterectomy is an irreversible procedure after which the woman is no longer able to become pregnant. The removal of the uterus renders her infertile. ...   Read more...

June 15th, 2017

What is Robotic Tubal Recanalization Surgery?

Robotic tubal recanalization surgery can also be termed as robotic assisted tubal reversal surgery. Robotic tubal recanalization surgery can be defined as a surgical procedure that involves the repair of the fallopian tubes by use of special robot instrument that is called the da Vinci robot. It is technically a robotic surgical system procedure.
  The Da Vinci surgery represents the latest in surgical and robotics technology. This robotic surgical system involves two main components: the patient- side cart that is also referred to as the robot and he surgeon’s console also called the surgeons controls. Robotic assisted surgery is an advanced form of laparoscopic or the minimally invasive surgery since surgeons use a ...   Read more...
June 13th, 2017

What is laparoscopic myomectomy?

First it is important to understand what Myomectomy means. Myomectomy carries two terms in it, in other words myomectomy can be divided into two, which is, Myoma which means fibroids and ectomy which means removal. Therefore laparoscopic myomectomy is the minima invasive surgical procedure used in the removal of fibroids.
  Many women who have symptomatic fibroids prefer laparoscopic myomectomy because of its myriad advantages. Laparoscopic myomectomy is the best procedure that is used to manage large intramural fibroids in women who happen to have them. However, this requires very qualified laparoscopic surgeon because the meticulous repair of the uterus cam be a difficult task to perform. Actually this surgical requires surgeon-specific limitations therefore it cannot be done by just any ...   Read more...
June 12th, 2017

As much as we want to know the advantages or the benefits of laparoscopic surgery it wise to first understand clearly what laparoscopic surgery is, how it is performed and who can have this procedure performed on them.
  Let’s learn some few basics about laparoscopic surgery.
  Definition of laparoscopic surgery 
Laparoscopic surgery is also known as minimally invasive surgery. It can be defined as a modern surgical technique in which small incisions are made far from the area of operation. This technique involves the use of thin instruments and a camera to view the internal organs as the operation tales place.
  Laparoscopic surgery has become very popular and it’s being adopted as the best method for performing surgical procedures. ...   Read more...
June 9th, 2017


First it is very important to understand what laparoscopy surgery is. So what exactly is laparoscopy? Laparoscopy has been defined in various words, here I will define laparoscopy as a modern surgical diagnostic procedure where operations are performed by making small incisions in the body. 
  This procedure is mostly carried out on the organs inside the abdomen. Laparoscopic surgery is regarded as a low risk procedure and therefore it has been widely adopted across the globe. When this procedure is carried on patients the healing takes faster than the other procedures. Laparoscopy can actually be done as an outpatient procedure.
  Laparoscopic surgeons use an instrument known as the laparoscope to conduct laparoscopy. This procedure cannot take place ...   Read more...
June 7th, 2017

Substantial investment has provided the healthcare industry of Dubai with a world-class healthcare Infrastructure. The Minimally invasive industry is growing but service provision remains dependent on overseas doctors. Slowly the entire emirates is focusing on medical tourism. To address this Dubai has become one of the key regional centres for medical education. Local medical schools provide a good standard of education and are now producing a substantial number of graduates. However, postgraduate education is less advanced and most of the laparoscopic or robotic surgery trainees continue to work towards internationally recognised qualifications such as the Fellowship or Diploma in Minimal Access Surgery. The World Laparoscopy Hospital has a lot to offer in these circumstances as it has a track record in supporting the development of minimal access surgical ...   Read more...
June 4th, 2017

Dubai, UAE: World Laparoscopy Hospital announced the commencement of Laparoscopic surgery training program for surgeons, gynecologists and urologists. The facility for Laparoscopic Surgery Training at World Laparoscopy Hospital, Dubai is a state-of-the-art training facility for health care professionals and it is among the best and most advanced Minimally Invasive training facility in the World. 

The training is open to surgeons and gynecologists from America, Europe, Gulf Countries, Africa and Australia. The training is structured to have two parts. Firstly, the candidates will be trained on laparoscopic surgeries within the ultramodern laparoscopic HD wet operating room of the World Laparoscopy Hospital; this will be followed by live exposure to live Laparoscopic surgery in operation theatre with expert consultants. The candidates ...   Read more...
May 26th, 2017

What is Meckel’s Diverticulum?

Meckel’s diverticulum is a bulging of small intestine. It is basically a by-birth anatomical condition and results from failure of embryonic ophalomesentric duct obliteration. Almost 2% of population suffers this midgut complication. It is found more frequently in males.  The duct is named after the scientist Johann Fredrick Meckel who discovered it. Laparotomy is the most common surgical technique used to manage the Meckel’s diverticulum. The latest method to diagnose and treat the issue is by using Laparoscopy. 
  What are the symptoms of Meckel’s Diverticulum?
Diagnosis of Meckel’s Diverticulum is the very basic step in procedure. There is no preoperative way to know if it exists. Usually, ...   Read more...
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