Laparoscopic Surgery


Laparoscopic Surgery: For A Safer Weight Loss Journey

It’s no myth that surgeries performed with open procedures include multiple and large incisions, which causes series damages and results in threatening side-effects for patients. Laparoscopic surgery is an alternative to such procedures, which has gained the popularity with advances in medical sciences and is now considered as a safer treatment option.

What is Laparoscopic Surgery?

Also known as minimally invasive surgery, a procedure that involve the application a laparoscope, which is a long fiber optical system connected to the camera, to image the affected area in the body is known as laparoscopic surgery. Surgeons use a laparoscopy to better examine the inner body parts without performing an open surgery, which helps them to come up with correct and elusive treatment. It involves small incisions (0.5cm-1.5cm) and thus, is a safer procedure, when compared to other such treatments. Instruments Used in Laparoscopic SurgeryOptical FiberForcepsScissorsProbesDissectorsHooksRetractors

Why Laparoscopic Surgery?

It is beneficial in examining and identifying the problems in the abdomen and pelvic area. By using this surgery, a surgeon can diagnose problems that go undetected using Ultrasound, CT scan, MRI, and other imaging techniques. Benefits
A) Safer Procedure
B) Reduced Risks
C) Better Care
D) Quicker recovery
E) Shorter release time post treatment for Patient
F) Procedure results in no damage to internal organs

Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery

At times, a doctor needs to perform multiple functions while performing surgery in abdomen areas like pancreas, liver, bile duct, etc. These were not possible without open procedures before, but due to advancements in medical sciences, we have hand-held laparoscopic instruments to allow surgeons to perform multiple tasks precisely. At Dr. Venu Gopal Pareek, latest equipment are used to perform laparoscopic surgery for maximum patient care.

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