What is laparoscopy?
Laparoscopy is different from traditional surgery in that during such operations is much smaller incision because interference occurs by means of a thin tube with an optical cable. At the same time, the traditional operation requires a much larger incision, resulting in the patient's body are scars. In most cases, laparoscopy carried out on the organs in the abdominal and pelvic cavities. The main tool in laparoscopic operations - a laparoscope.
This telescopic tube, which is often attached to the camcorder. The first laparoscopic operation was carried out in Dresden in 1902. Given the general age of the traditional surgery, laparoscopy can be considered as a very young industry. To create an operational space of the abdominal cavity is usually filled with carbon dioxide.
The benefits of laparoscopy
The main advantages of laparoscopy are small and transient trauma hospital stay. Also, the faster the recovery of the patient after surgery than after conventional surgery. The patient has no pain and post-surgical scars.
Another clear advantage of a laparoscopy is that the surgeon sees a much better using this optical than own eyes. Modern optics for laparoscopy allows you to zoom up to 40 times.
We perform surgical treatment:
- Varicose veins
- Cholecystitis (laparoscopic cholecystectomy)
- Appendicitis (laparoscopic)
- Disease of the breast
- Stomach ulcer
- Thyroid disease
The peculiarity of laparoscopic surgery is that they are conducted without the traditional incision, so the postoperative period passes much easier and duration of hospital stay is significantly reduced.
- Diagnostic laparoscopy
- Laparoscopic cholecystectomy (gallbladder removal)
- Laparoscopic surgery for hiatal hernia
- Appendectomy (with chronic appendicitis)
- Surgical treatment of adhesive disease.
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