A state-of-the-art procedure of performing laparoscopic surgery, backed by the specialized tools system (Robotic telemanipulation system) which is operated by an experienced and adept operating surgeon. The tools have been designed to benefit the surgeons with its contemporary features such as visual magnification, stabilization, stimulators and reduced number of incisions.
Laparoscopy chloecystectomy is a very common laparoscopy technique where the general instruments of diameter 5-10mm are inserted into the abdomen through trocars by a surgeon. This is a procedure of removing gall bladder with the help of laparoscopic techniques. The laparoscopic procedure is widely appreciated by the surgeon for removing the symptomatic gall stones for lessening the post-operative pain and recovery time.
From the past few decades, laparoscopic appendicectomy is acknowledged as the most safest and reliable procedure as compared to open appendicectomies because it decrease the pain, recovery time, better cosmetic and post-operative complications. For removing the infected appendix out of the body, instruments of 2-3mm diameter are inserted through the incisions made at the right lower abdominal wall.
4. Hernia Repair
Laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair utilizes equipment known as laparoscope which is inserted through the 2-4mm incisions at the umbilicus (belly button). The cavity of abdomen is then overblown with the CO2 gas inside the hollow tubes known as trocars, to make it easier for the surgeon to get a better view and operate it remotely. Laparoscopic surgeries for hernia repair is widely preferred as it is almost painless, gives better cosmetic, require less recovery time and short hospital stay.
5. Anti-Reflux Surgery
Anti-reflux or Gastro esophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a digestive disorder which weakens the esophageal sphincter causing the stomach acids and food to flow back to the esophagus. Laparoscopic surgery is offered to the people with chronic anti-reflux problems if all the medications have failed to cure it. To insert the instruments inside the abdomen through trocars, incisions of 5-10mm are created by the surgeons. The abdomen is inflated with the help of CO2 gas to make it convenient for the surgeon to acquire a better picture.
6. Diagnostic Laparoscopy
Diagnostic laparoscopy is a method with the help of which a surgeon can look directly inside the abdomen as well as pelvic cavities to find the cause of pain in these regions, evaluating tissue mass, ensure endometriosis or pelvic infections and to look for the blockage at the fallopian tube causing infertility. Small incisions are created below the belly button for inserting laparoscope. The abdomen is inflated with the help of gas that gives more room to the surgeons to see and work properly.
7. Gynecological Surgery
The alternate of open gynecological surgery is known as gynecological laparoscopy uses laparoscope to look inside the pelvic area. It can be used for diagnosing or treating any gynae related complications. Laparoscopic surgery has become the safest, reliable, lesser blood loss and only choice to remove ectopic pregnancy, fibroids treatment of endometriosis, or ovarian cystectomy and various gynecological cancers.