Laparoscopic Surgery in Indore

Laparoscopic Surgery in Indore – What is it?

Laparoscopy also referred to as diagnostic laparoscopy is a surgical procedure used for examining the internal organs of the abdomen. A laparoscope basically refers to a telescope that is inserted through the abdominal cavity by making small incisions. This powerful means for delivering light coupled with TV camera provides the surgeon with a clear view of abdominal and pelvic organs. For optimizing the vision during operation video camera is connected with a high-resolution screen. Further, the surgeon can also alter the laparoscope and other external instruments for performing the complicated gynecological operations. Due to the magnification of internal organs through this procedure doctors are able to easily identify and treat the main areas of disease. Additionally, the procedure also aids in reducing the bleeding during surgery.

Laparoscopic Surgery benefits

  • Smaller cuts and scars.
  • Less pain
  • Shorter recovery.
  • Reduced chances of getting post-operative infections.

Laparoscopic procedure is best suited for

  • Removal of Endometriosis
  • Ovarian cyst
  • Hysterectomies
  • Removal of fibroids
  • Removal of tubes or ovaries
  • Bladder neck suspension for incontinence
  • Infertility Surgery
  • Pelvic floor repair for prolapsed
  • Removal of parts of the intestines

Laparoscopic Surgery Procedure

Laparoscopy is a diagnostic procedure and one can expect to get the best treatments by female Laparoscopic Surgeon Dr. Archana Dubey in Indore.

In the laparoscopic surgery, a patient is put to sleep using general anesthesia. Further, the procedure is initiated by making a small incision into the umbilicus. A small needle is inserted for pushing the CO2gas through the abdominal cavity. This helps in creating a space in the abdomen for working. After this, a large cannula is inserted for making the laparoscope with an attached light source and video camera to be introduced. In total 3 incisions, each worth 5mm long is made. Once the operation has been performed a validation is made to check the appropriateness of procedure. Moreover, the surgeon also checks for no bleeding through the wound.

Laparoscopic Incision healing time

Recovery after the laparoscopy surgery depends on the various factors. It may largely depend upon the type of operation performed. Thus, it is essential to conduct an open discussion with the doctor before proceeding for the surgery. However, generally, the recovery period associated with laparoscopic surgery is very short as compared to conventional methods of operation.

Complications with Laparoscopic Surgery   

The risks associated with laparoscopy surgery include:

  • bleeding and the potential need for a blood transfusion
  • infection
  • hernia
  • risk of damage to internal structures, such as blood vessels, the stomach, bowel, bladder, or ureter
  • adverse reactions to anesthesia
  • abdominal inflammation or infection
  • blood clots

The risks associated with the laparoscopy surgery are quoted to occur for 3 cases per 1000 surgeries. The most common risk associated with laparoscopy is damage to major blood vessel or bowel. This occurs due to the insertion of a laparoscope through a small opening in the abdomen and can also lead to serious infection or bleeding.

Another unknown risk with laparoscopy is a disturbance of heart rhythms. This happens due to the penetration of CO2 through veins. However, the condition is very rare and is estimated to affect 1 among 25,000-30,000 cases.