There was a time when common people used to tremble with fear after hearing the term ‘Surgery’, which meant specifically open operation of the related body organs. But with the advent of refined technology in medical science such gruesome surgery has been changed to a normal medical treatment. Which more than 27 years of experience gynaecologist doctor in gurgaon makes Laparoscopic surgery an example of such cure is sometimes called as minimum invasive operation or keyhole surgery. It is a current practice in which operations are performed far from their position through small incisions somewhere else in the body.
Laparoscopy is generally performed by a gynaecologist surgeon. All-purpose anaesthesia is typically used, but other types of anaesthesia, such as spinal anaesthesia, may also be used.
There are basically two categories of Laparoscope surgery:
1. A telescopic rod lens structure, which is usually linked to a video camera
2. A digital tube where a charge-coupled device is attached at its end
Why Laparoscopy is done:
a) To identify the reasons which are responsible for not allowing a woman to be pregnant, after the initial infertility tests failed to do so.
b) To verify and probably take out unnatural growth (such as lump) in the belly or pelvis
c) To verify and heal conditions like ectopic pregnancy, endometriosis or pelvic inciting diseases
d) To check for injury to internal organs after an accident
e) To remove organs like uterus, gallbladder, ovaries
Procedure: A thin, lighted tube is inserted through the incision to glance at the organs. Other tools may be used to capture tissue samples, drain cysts or fix damage. A laser is generally attached to the laparoscope and the picture of the internal organs is clearly visible to the surgeon. CO2 gas is used in the operation. Since it is common to human body and easily be absorbed by tissues and released by respiratory system. Further it is non-flammable, which is critical because electrosurgical equipments are used in such type of surgery. After the surgery all equipments re removed and gas is released. The incisions are stitched and enclosed with a bandage.
There are many advantages to the patient with laparoscopic surgery against an open procedure. These include:
a) Hemorrhage and pain are reduced due to smaller incisions. Hence probability of blood transfusion can be ruled out
b) Less medication is applied due to less pain
c) Process time may be longer but hospital stay is generally less. Further recovery time is less and the patient can get back to normal activities within a few days.
d) Use of magnified pictures of internal organs improves the visibility for accurate treatment
e) Number of incisions are reduced
The patient might suffer through bloating. There may be some bruises around incisions for a few days. This may lead to pain around the incisions. The best Gynaecology Team of Gurgaon. Gynecology Group Gurgaon advises that the patients ought not to consume carbonated drinks for the next a few days after the surgery to reduce the chance of gas pains and vomiting.