Minimally Invasive General Surgery
Laparoscopy surgery, also known as keyhole or minimally invasive surgery, eliminates body trauma incurred by traditional open surgery due to significantly smaller incisions. This effective operation is carried out using specialized laparoscopic instruments inserted through three to four tiny incisions of the buttonhole. Through installing a viewing scope into such incisions, the surgeon would be able to view enhanced and accurate photographs of the internal organs. The tiny incisions are stitched right after the operation, leaving you with minimal noticeable scarring.
Laparoscopic surgery can be used for diagnostic purposes, and laparoscopic techniques are used in a wide range of operations and procedures including:
- Appendectomy – Destruction of the appendix by surgery.
- Adrenalectomy – Surgical removal of one or both of your adrenal glands
- Cholecystectomy – Surgical removal of your gallbladder
- Examination of the common bile duct (the tube that carries bile from your liver and gallbladder to your duodenum) for the presence of stones
- Treatment of heartburn and acid reflux by surgical correction of your sphincter (the muscle at the lower end of your oesophagus)
- Hernia Repair – Surgical treatment of organ protrusion due to a weakened abdominal wall
- Colon surgery -Removal of a diseased part of the colon using laparoscopy.
- Intestinal surgery
- Lap banding – Surgical treatment of morbid obesity (the highest scale of obesity)
- Nephrectomy – Surgical removal of a kidney
How you may benefit
laparoscopy surgery in indore offers you a number of advantages over an open procedure. These include:
- Reduced haemorrhage, which minimises the possibility of you needing a blood transfusion
- Smaller incisions, which translates to less pain, less medication, a shorter recovery time and less post-operative scarring
- Shorter hospital stay, often with a same-day discharge, which means less hospital bills and a faster return to your everyday routine
- Reduced exposure of your internal organs to possible external contaminants thereby reducing your risk of acquiring infections