Laparoscopy is a minimally invasive surgery that is done with the help of a device called laparoscopy. It is a small imaging device with a camera at the end and a small light. It is then inserted into the body through a very small opening. It is both a diagnostic procedure and a corrective procedure.
It is over in 30-60 mins and the patient can go home a few hours later. It is usually done to diagnose and treat pain or mass formation in the pelvis, accumulation of fluid in the pelvis, ovarian cysts or tumours, tubal pregnancy, etc. Janisthaa Hospital has a highly specialised team of doctors who perform near-perfect laparoscopic procedures. Our equipment is also the best in the industry.
Laparoscopy is an unavoidable aspect of any hospital now. Several procedures can be done with minimal invasion. It is easier to diagnose and surgically treat certain conditions thanks to laparoscopy. At Janisthaa Hospital, we understand the importance of using the least invasive procedures for the safety and comfort of the patient whenever possible. Our doctors are highly trained in using these advanced devices. Laparoscopic surgeons use their medical expertise with modern technology to provide patients with the best treatment possible.
Laparoscopic surgery is a minimally invasive surgery done with the help of a laparoscope. It is a small, thin, flexible probe with a camera and light at the end to give the doctor visibility. Many procedures previously done using traditional open surgery are now being conducted using a laparoscope. It is now done to treat conditions like hernia, appendicitis, gallstone, umbilical hernia, inguinal hernia etc. The doctors at Janisthaa Hospital are excellent at conducting these with the utmost expertise and care. We ensure the patient can go home as soon as possible after the surgery.
Janisthaa Hospital has a fully advanced laparoscopic surgical department. There is a lot of high-precision equipment involved, which enables surgeries which previously required fully open surgery. Some of this equipment involve a trocar, which is a metallic tube-like conduit used to insert the laparoscopic camera, scissors etc. A light cable provides the light for the surgery. A laparoscope is a probe with multiple components like light posts, a lens system, light fibres, a lens train, a shaft to carry the lens trains, lens assembly and an eyepiece. A light source, monitor view the visuals, a laparoscopy camera, CO2 insufflator, and trolley.
The root of a good treatment is in the diagnosis. Without a proper diagnosis, it is like walking in the dark. Janisthaa Hospital has one of the best tests and diagnostic centres that help shed light on a person’s condition. We have advanced equipment and highly trained and qualified staff in our laboratory. Our laboratories have the most advanced machines like biochemistry analyzer, incubator, urine analyser, electrolyte analyser, centrifugal machines, immunoassay analyser etc. We also have a fully decked imaging centre with multiple x-ray machines, ultrasound imaging system, CR system etc.
As one of the best hospitals for general and laparoscopic surgeries, Janisthaa Hospital has all the facilities a great one should have. Our emergency facilities are one of the best in the city. We have an emergency room that is fitted to handle cases around the clock and provide first aid before our specialist, and general laparoscopic surgeons can take a look. Our operations theatres are modular. This is a modern methodology that decreases the wastage of resources and increases efficiency and time. We also have in-patient private rooms for privacy and isolation. Our NICU and ICU are also state-of-the-art. Our laboratories are also functional around the clock.
You should take a leave of 2-3 days from work if you have a laparoscopic procedure scheduled. Although you can go home after the procedure, you will have to strictly take rest for 2-3 days. This will ensure your internal stitches get the time to heal, even though they are minimal.
Laparoscopic surgeries are one of the safest surgeries out there. The concept of laparoscopy has decreased the risk associated with open surgeries. Patients are now able to safely undergo laparoscopic surgery to rectify internal issues, which would otherwise require open surgery and intense rest and healing afterwards. Laparoscopic surgeries are highly successful with a very low-risk rate.
Laparoscopic surgeries require only very small incisions as compared to open surgeries. This means you will have very little pain compared to an open surgery. The number of stitches will be less, the chances of infection will be less, and there is lower scarring. You can resume life within a few days.
Complications due to laparoscopic surgery are overall very low. It is a very safe form of surgery and can be done with minimal external incision. Since there is a very small incision, the chances of complications due to infection are also significantly lower. The event of a laparoscopic complication is lower than one per cent.