Osteopathy | Posted on 04/17/2020 by RBH
When it comes to treating abdominal diseases or urological health problems, laparoscopy surgeries have become a popular choice. Before the availability of laparoscopic surgeries, surgeons had to make a long incision on the patient’s belly. These incisions are 6-12 inches long and ultimately left a big scar. But in laparoscopic surgeries, surgeons only have to make tiny incisions that are only 0.5 cm long. That is the reason why most patients prefer laparoscopy instead of general surgery.
Also known as Keyhole Surgery, it’s a minimally invasive procedure that enables the best laparoscopic surgeon in Jaipur to perform complex treatment through small incisions. It’s named after laparoscopy, a surgical tool that has a high-definition video camera and light at the end of it. It’s a highly manoeuvrable and precise tool that can be inserted through a small incision to view the affected organs.
It allows your doctor to see the inside of your body on a video monitor and perform required treatments without opening your abdomen. Initially, it was used for only gallbladder surgery and gynaecological surgeries. However, it has now a go-to choice in surgeries related to abdomen and intestine areas and has a key role in infertility treatments.
During laparoscopic surgery, the surgeon first puts the patient under anaesthesia and makes several small incisions on the abdomen. The size and numbers of these incisions depend on the disease, diagnosis and treatment type. Usually, it takes two to three incisions that are no more than a half-inch long. Then, they insert a laparoscope and other surgical instruments through these openings to operate on the affected area.
Laparoscopy is used to look inside the abdomen and find the cause of pelvic or abdominal pain when other testing methods are unable to help with diagnosis. The best laparoscopic doctor in Jaipur recommends a laparoscopy to examine the internal organs for:
In laparoscopy, our doctor can also perform an intervention to treat your condition right after diagnosing it. There are usually numerous health problems for which laparoscopy is the most effective treatment. Here are some of the abdominal problems that can be treated with a laparoscopy:
With traditional methods, you have to spend a week or more in the hospital for abdominal surgery, and total recovery might take up to 4 to 8 weeks. But laparoscopic surgery requires only one night's stay in the hospital, and total recovery takes only 2 or 3 weeks. That’s why the best laparoscopic surgeon in Jaipur recommends it for shorter hospital stays, speedy recovery, tiny scars and less pain than open surgery.