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July 31st, 2016


Hysterectomies is a major surgical procedures all over the world, with over 600,000 performed each year. For decades, abdominal and vaginal approaches represent the vast majority of hysterectomies. With the advent of laparoscopic improved technology has led to the first total laparoscopic hysterectomy (TLH) in 1989. Using TLH has increased over the last 20 years. TLH was 9.9% of all hysterectomies in 1997 and 11.8% in 2003.

TLH defined laparoscopic ligation artery and vein removal of the ovaries uterus vaginally or abdominally and closing laparoscopic vaginal vault. This is in contrast with other engraving techniques of the uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries. Supracervical laparoscopic hysterectomy is finished in a similar manner, except that the bar is cut after occlusion ascending vascular pedicles. Assisted laparoscopic ...   Read more...
July 31st, 2016


Hernia repair should be applied through a number of procedures. The operation includes the use of surgical mesh patch to the affected area. A mesh is used with surgical staples. A few small incisions in the weakened, with the help of specialized video equipment and medical instruments are included in laparoscopic hernia repair. This method has its own advantages. Response time is greatly reduced perfectly. Having done a quick check of the hospital surgery, some of patients can leave the next day. Another advantage to be taken into account is less pain and scarring and a shorter recovery period.

Laparoscopic hernia repair is an effective treatment for hernia complications but can be unsafe when patients have other diseases. This type of treatment is recommended for people who have developed only hernia. For others, ...   Read more...
July 30th, 2016

Introduction

The use of ultrasound in the operating room by the surgeon is on the increase, and the use of ultrasound for endoscopists Laparoscopists and develop. These guidelines are intended to provide current recommendations on the use and benefits of laparoscopic ultrasonography (LUS) for surgeons. They are not intended to show the unique benefits and applications than those that are available to make a recommendation data. All the endorsements are based on current medical evidence, and are reported according to the evidence.

Clinical practice guidelines are intended to indicate the best way available for medical ...   Read more...

July 25th, 2016


At World Laparoscopy Hospital, Dr R K Mishra has developed his personnel experience on laparoscopic hernioplasty using the Intraperitoneal Onlay Mesh Repair (IPOM) in 36 patients. In this technique Mishra's knot is used to fix the Mesh. In thhis stydy of suturing technique of Viporo II mesh, all the patients were suffering from either direct or indirect inguinal hernia and only few of them included who had recurrent inguinal hernia, 7 of which were recurrent and 20 had a unilateral hernia, and 9 had bilateral inguinal hernia. The hernia repair was performed utilizing Vipro II Mesh and the prostheses were fixed with titanium spiral tacks (Protack, AutoSuture, Tyco Healthcare) and few of the were fixed with the covedian absorbable tacker AbsorbaTack™ (ABSTACK30X) Fixation Device .

In our study conducted at World Laparoscopy Hospital, ...   Read more...
July 21st, 2016

It's startling how many men and women suffer from urinary incontinence -- anywhere from a quarter to a third of Americans have this condition. Urinary incontinence (UI) is the involuntary leaking of urine when you don't intend to go to the bathroom. A person with UI is unable to hold urine in the bladder due to the urinary sphincter being weakened.   The problem of UI is compounded not only of the inconvenience but also because it affects a person's emotional, psychological, and social life. When you are worried about UI, you may avoid normal daily activities and stop doing the things you enjoy in life.   Causes of UI   • Aging   • Pregnancy, delivery and the number of children you've had   • Certain ...   Read more...
July 7th, 2016

Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is now Choice of surgeons in every stone of diabetes, but without increase in the minimum access surgical skill of the surgeon with new equipment. Normally, laparoscopic cholecystectomy was performed using the technique four ports or three ports. Two port laparoscopic cholecystectomy is rarely performed because it requires more knowledge and laparoscopic skills. Laparoscopic technique is cheaper and less scarring than conventional four ports laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Mini Stryker crocodile can be used as an instrument to support the anterolateral traction gallbladder.

The laparoscopic cholecystectomy is the gold standard for treatment of stones in the bladder. The operation is usually performed by three or four points entering the stomach. Today one incision laparoscopic cholecystectomy is the most popular, the first ...   Read more...
July 6th, 2016

Myomectomy is a surgery done for a fibroid uterus in reverse to hysterectomy in which uterus remains preserved and female will retain her potential of reproduction. Now a day with recent advances these surgeries are done in laparoscopic way which is helpful for fastest recovery phase as well as cosmetic purposes. It is indicated usually when the fibroid causes pain or pressure, abnormal bleeding, or interferes with reproduction as well as fibroid needs to be remove when it is growing on certain locations where it can cause harm.    Laparoscopic surgery is usually performed as day care surgery under general anaesthesia. The procedure can take one to three hours, depending on the number, size, and depth of the fibroids within the muscle wall. One can return to their day to day life within 10 to 14 days and there will be a small scar ...   Read more...
June 29th, 2016


Single-incision laparoscopic (SIL) surgery is developing as an extension of multiport laparoscopic minimally invasive procedure. SIL has been attempted in a variety of surgical procedures, most notably cholecustectomy. There are however relatively few reports of SIL procedures in colorectal disease.

The adoption and enthusiasm for reduced port surgery likely owes to a number of potential benefits, such as improved cosmesis, reduced pains secondary to fewer incision, decreased requirements forperioperative opioid analgesics, quicker return to work, and shorter length of hospital stay. One should note, however, that there are no data comparing the single-port approaches.
  Surgical technique
  With the patient in the low-lithotomic position, the umbilicus should be averted and a 3-cm incision made ...   Read more...
June 26th, 2016
 
The area of operation is subject to constant change. With the evolution of inhalation anesthetics in the Massachusetts General Hospital in 1846, he has expanded the area of operation really. Previously, surgery was avoided, but if they are short. The best surgeon was faster than that fact less pain from his sober and non-anesthetized patient surgeon. Minimal Access Surgery (MAS), which has existed since the 19th century in 1795, Dr. Bozzini developed Lichtleiter, gross endoscope, which is used as candle lighting, explore intracavitary organs through the outer port. In 1868, Kussmaul esophagogastroscopy performed in swallower ready sabers using their first opened the tube in the throat, illuminated by reflected light from the gas lamps. In 1901, Kelling performed the first examination of the abdomen through a cystoscope into a dog.

The ...   Read more...
June 24th, 2016


INTRODUCTION

Early 1900 radical hysterectomy was developed for the treatment of cervical cancer. Initially, this was associated with high morbidity and mortality, so radiation became the favored treatment modality. Notwithstanding, with the emergence of antibiotics, blood transfusions and improvements in anesthesia, surgery regained popularity for the treatment of early stage cervical cancer (stage IA2 and IB1). The National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN), which publishes and continually updates practice guidelines for all areas of cancer care and is used in 115 countries around the world, currently recommends radical hysterectomy with pelvic lymphadenectomy for stage IA2 and IB1 disease in those patients who no longer desire fertility and are good surgical candidates. However, the guidelines do not specify the approach in which this ...   Read more...
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