Laparoscopic surgery (minimally invasive surgery) MIS, also known as keyhole surgery. It is the most advanced health discovery and preferred procedure for doctors and patients. Laparoscopy allows surgeons to easily access areas of the body that are difficult to reach with standard surgery. Laparoscopic Surgery in Jalandhar or any other related surgeries are easily performed without any incisions and without pain, and if you are looking for a successful laparoscopic surgery, then you are at the right place, that is, only at Kamal Multispecialty Hospital.
Types of Laparoscopy Surgery:
Almost every surgeon can perform laparoscopy surgery in two ways.
- Robotic Surgery
Robotic surgery allows doctors and surgeons to perform the surgery with great precision during the surgery. Its use provides excellent assistance and visibility to doctors.
Robotic surgery allows surgeons to perform safer, less invasive and more precise surgical procedures.
During robotic-assisted surgery or laparoscopy treatment in Jalandhar, two master controllers are controlled from a single console, and these controllers channel four robotic arms. With the help of 3D HD images on the monitor, Srijan visualizes the surgical procedure better and more transparently than ever before. This procedure is performed using computer software that replaces the actual hand movements, and the movements become precise.
- Non-Robotic Surgery (Endoscopic)
Non-robot minimally invasive surgery is also called endoscopic surgery. Laparoscopic, thoracoscopic, or “keyhole” surgery are similar surgeries that allow surgeons to perform complex surgeries more conveniently. The surgeons performing laparoscopy treatment in Jalandhar uses an endoscope to access the internal organs through small incisions.
Endoscopic surgery is performed with the help of a thin, flexible tube. A video camera is attached through a small incision.
The surgeon observes the organs with the help of a monitor. The tube has a channel for using small surgical instruments.
Unlike traditional open surgery, which uses a large incision to perform the same surgery, endoscopy allows surgeons to see inside a patient’s body and perform surgery through a tiny incision. Unlike traditional open surgery, which uses a large incision to perform the same surgery, endoscopy involves making a small incision inside the patient’s body and performing the surgery there.
When to get the laparoscopic surgery treatment
- General – benign pancreatic lesions, hernias, severe gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), obesity (gastric bypass, gastrointestinal/rectal conditions, hernias (paraesophageal, ventral, hiatal or inguinal), bariatric surgery, gastric banding),
- Gynecologic- Gynecologic cancer, benign tumours, removal of ovaries, endometriosis, uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts, benign cervical disorders, conditions requiring hysterectomy, and staging lymph nodes
- Head and Neck – skull base brain tumour, anterior cranial fossa (front base of the skull) tumour, posterior cranial fossa (back base of the skull) tumour
- Heart- atrial septal defect, aortic regurgitation, aortic insufficiency, aortic stenosis, mitral valve repair
- Neurosurgery/Spine – spinal conditions, cervical disc hernia, lumbar disc hernia, degenerative disc disease, spinal cord trauma: skull base brain tumour, anterior cranial fossa (front skull base) tumour, posterior cranial fossa (back of skull base) tumour.
- Vascular- Varicose veins, peripheral vascular disease, venous insufficiency.
- Urological – kidney disorder, kidney cyst, kidney stone, kidney blockage, kidney donation, prostate cancer, incontinence, vaginal prolapse
How is the laparoscopic procedure performed?
Usually, before surgery, an intravenous tube is inserted into a vein by the nurses/anesthesiologist to deliver hydration fluids and particular medication. When the operation theatre is ready, take you there. The anesthesiologist injects anaesthesia into your IV so that you do not feel any pain.
Afterwards, laparoscopic surgeons begin the surgery. The specialist makes a small incision near your navel through which a tube is inserted. Through this tube, the amount of carbon dioxide is delivered to the abdomen, which causes your stomach to swell, and the surgeon can have a clear view of your organs. Later, a laparoscope is inserted through the same tube, which displays an image of the entire area on a monitor to help the surgeon operate smoothly.
Surgeons do not take more than an hour to perform any laparoscopic surgery. After successful surgery, the incisions are stitched up, and the laparoscope and other instruments are removed.
Benefits of laparoscopic surgery
- Less Pain
- Lower risk of infection
- High Precision
- Quick Recovery Time
- Less Stain
- Less bleeding
- Small Marks
- Short hospital stay
- Low Cost/Economical
After successful surgery, you will be kept under observation. The hospital’s professional staff will closely monitor your vital signs. During this time, the adverse effects of surgery or anaesthesia will also be seen. You can stay in the hospital for as long as you can see the anaesthesia, its impact on your body and its reactions after surgery. Once your body starts behaving normally, you can be discharged from the hospital.
For some days after the surgery You may experience mild pain in the incision area. this will goes away on its own. You may also feel mild pain and swelling in the shoulder. Normally patients can resume their daily activities within a week after surgery. You need to go to the hospital for a follow-up post-surgery as recommended by your doctor, where your doctor will ensure that you are well and there are no complications after the surgery.
Doctors don’t allow you to do any strenuous work for some days for a smooth recovery. Doing so can increase the risk of blood clots. You should get more sleep. Use a throat lozenge if you feel a sore throat. Wear loose-fitting clothing to avoid burning the incision.