Basic Laparoscopic Surgery
Laparoscopic Gallbladder Surgery
Gallbladder Stones are hard deposits in the gall bladder (a small organ that store bile made in the liver).
What are the causes of gall stones?
- Your genes
- Your weight, diet
- Cholesterol in bile
- Pigment stones
Laparoscopic Hernia Surgery
A hernia is the bulging or tearing of inside layers of the abdominal wall when gets weakened. The abdomen’s inner lining presses through the weakened area to form a balloon-like bulging, causing sometimes few of intestine or abdominal tissue to push into this bulging space, resulting in severe pain and other serious symptoms.
Both sexes of all ages can suffer from hernias. Usually, there are two reasons of occurring hernias, one because of a natural weakening of abdominal wall or due to excessive strain on the abdominal wall by heavy lifting, weight gain, constant coughing, or difficulty with bowel movements or urination.
Laparoscopic Appendicitis Surgery
The inflammation of the appendix is called appendicitis. An appendix is 3 1/2-inch-long tube of tissue extending from the large intestine. The appendix is a vestigial apparatus and one can live even if the appendix is removed from the body, without apparent consequences.
In the case of Appendicitis, the only definitive treatment is Laparoscopic Surgery to remove the appendix & it is considered a medical emergency. If not treated timely, inflamed appendix eventually bursts and spills infectious materials into the abdominal cavity, resulting in peritonitis which can be fatal to a patient’s life
Laparoscopic Haemorrhoids (PILES) Surgery
Stapled Haemorrhoidectomy (Minimally Invasive Procedure for Haemorrhoids) or MIPH (Minimally Invasive Procedure for PILES)
Haemorrhoids are swollen veins in the anal canal which may be painful but usually not serious. If veins swell inside the anal canal, it forms internal haemorrhoids and if veins swell near the opening of the anus, it forms external haemorrhoids. One generally has both types of haemorrhoids at the same time.
Laparoscopic VAAFT For Fistula
VAAFT is the best way to perform a minimally invasive surgical procedure to treat complex & recurrent anal fistulas. This technique involves two-part, first a diagnostic and second an operative. It is done through a fine 7mm telescope, camera and special instruments to navigate the fistula tract, then using a low dose electric current to destroy fistula & sealing the tract with glue.