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May 20th, 2015


World Laparoscopy Hospital, formerly known as Laparoscopy Hospital Institute and Research Center, a pioneer in the field of fully dedicated Minimal Access Surgical care facility in India. World Laparoscopy Hospital, led by the vision of Dr. R. K. Mishra of making a built-in healthcare delivery system in India. Established in 2001, World Laparoscopy Hospital has set benchmarks in Laparoscopic and da Vinci Robotic surgical care using its path breaking work in the last fifteen years. Today, it is recognized around the world as a centre of excellence providing the latest technology in Laparoscopic and da Vinci Robotic surgery. A healthcare facility is supported by the most advanced surgical technique performing complete selection of complicated cases.
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January 14th, 2015


Procedure overview of pediatric appendectomy:
According to majority of surgeon laparoscopic appendicectomy in pediatric age group is really a safe minimal access surgery to remove children's appendix. The appendix is really a small pouch that's connected to the colon around the lower right side from the abdomen. The laparoscopic appendectomy may be done being an alternative and a good alternative of open surgery, that involves cutting into the abdomen and directly removing the organ. By laparoscopic technique it may be carried out by one or several smaller incisions utilizing a minimal access camera and small instruments. This is known as a laparoscopic surgery.

The function from the appendix is still not fully clear to medical ...   Read more...
August 21st, 2014
   
Submucous fibroids were classified based on European Society of Gynaecological Endoscopy into type 0-whole of fibroid inside the uterine cavity. Type 1-less than 50% extension of submucous fibroid into myometrium. Type 2-more than 50% extension into myometrium. Fibroids bulging into the uterine cavity or within the cavity (submucous fibroids) can sometimes cause heavy menstrual bleeding or infertility. Submucous fibroids can often be removed having a hysteroscope, placed with the cervix and into the uterus. Hysteroscopic myomectomy is really a technique that can be performed only if fibroids are within or bulging in to the uterine cavity (submucosal). This procedure is performed as outpatient surgery without any incisions and virtually no postoperative discomfort. ...   Read more...
August 21st, 2014
 
Ovarian neoplasms really are a common clinical problem affecting women of all age ranges. Those are the fourth most typical reason behind gynecologic admission, and contains been estimated that approximately 10% of ladies in the usa will undergo surgical treatment for any suspected ovarian neoplasm throughout their lifetime Huge cysts on ovaries are conventionally managed by laparotomy. We at World Laparoscopy Hospital present case with huge cysts on ovaries managed by laparoscopic endoscopic surgery with no complications. The definition of huge cysts on ovaries isn't well described within the literature. Some authors define large ovarian cysts as the ones that are more than 10?cm in diameter as measured by preoperative scans. Others define large ovarian cysts as the ones ...   Read more...
August 9th, 2014

The robotic surgery is advancement in the medical and robotic science technologies. This technology helps the surgeon doctors to operate a surgery of any patient more perfectly and cure the organs where it is hard to operate with human hands and eyes. The robots were initially made to perform very limited functions especially in wars and most of them were of no use for the rest of nations. The first robotic operation was carried on in the Vancouver in 1985 and after then this technology moved towards the heights of success grabbing much attraction of engineers and scientists. We can also call this a robotic technology revolution. This revolution has removed the hindrance in managing minor telescopic operations and injection to organisms not only of humans but the animals, insects and ...   Read more...
August 9th, 2014

Surgical assistants are well known persons and are referred as the surgical assistants. They usually work with some company but most have their own training institutes where they also practice. Every laparoscopic surgery needs training institute for their work to start. There are many things that are required to run a training institute of laparoscopic surgery. Every surgeon wants an ideal laparoscopic surgery training institute in which they can practice and give training as well. The surgical residents and also medical students of surgery must have to learn both the cooperative and technical skills that are needed in the operating room.   All type of skills that are required in the operating room is costly and also sometimes ...   Read more...
July 30th, 2014


Healthcare ought to be free, and that's what the majority of dedicated doctors feel, however, in reality nowadays healthcare is about money. No matter where you're in the world, from America, India, towards the UK, the amount of care an individual receives will largely depend on how much money an individual has. Many people who're seriously ill and require an operation cannot seek help because of being poor and not able to find the funds to pay for surgery.     In an ideal world hospital care ought to be free; that is why the NHS in the united kingdom is the envy around the globe. They provide a care system that is free for all residents in the united kingdom, however, ...   Read more...
July 28th, 2014


Medical tourism is a rising sector in India. India is a world popular medical tourism sector is probable to experience a yearly growth rate of 30%. It has been estimated that around 150,000 of these travel to India for low-priced Medicare procedures every year. Benefits for health treatment in India include low price, the availability of latest and world best medical technologies, and an increasing compliance on worldwide quality standards, and the fact that foreigners are less likely to face a language barrier in India. The Indian medical health care center is taking steps to address infrastructure issues that hinder the country's growth in medical tourism. The Indian government has removed visa limitations on tourist visas that necessary a two-month gap between repeated visits for people from Gulf countries which is likely to grow ...   Read more...
July 28th, 2014

Laparoscopic surgeries in India have seen an exceptional Growth during recent past. Best patients from countries like USA and UK travel to developing countries such as India for treatment; few some reasons while selecting India at first option are because India offers extensive range of lowest pricing options of treatment. Moreover the experience doctors, surgeon and the medical facilities are comparable to anyone in the whole world. Another main cause for selecting India is comfort of Language; one does not pose a problem as most people speak English. Above all India for all time offers a best holiday, which can help in quick recoveries. India combines world-class Medicare with prices costing a fraction of those in the Europe. The Indian health education system at present is training an estimated 30,000 to 40,000 doctors, surgeons and nurses ...   Read more...
July 27th, 2014
 
    India based World Laparoscopy Hospital announces training programs, Integrated Diploma in Minimal Access Surgery and Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery (D. MAS) & (F. MAS) for surgeons and gynecologists to gain an in-depth practical knowledge of laparoscopic surgery and robotic surgery. For surgeons and gynecologists, World Laparoscopy Hospital brings a great opportunity to gain an in-depth practical knowledge in the fields of laparoscopic surgery, endoscopy and robotic surgery. The India based institution announces their Diploma in Minimal Access Surgery (D. MAS) and Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery (F. MAS) training programs with the additional benefits of endoscopy and robotic surgery training. The four-week long integrated ...   Read more...
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