Minimally invasive surgeries (MIS) have now become a common practice. The days of the open, conventional surgeries are over. Minimally invasive surgeries have inherent advantages over conventional surgeries in many aspects. The Minimal Invasive Surgery team at the Gleneagles Global Hospitals has extensive experience in such kinds of novel techniques that can help reduce patients stay in the hospital, minimize surgical scarring and return patients quickly to their everyday activities.
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Minimal invasive surgery requires smaller incisions and therefore, less noticeable scars. Most of the surgeries require a stitch or two to close. Moreover, in surgeries done by Endoscopy the scar heals by itself like a wound.
Since the no long or big incisions are made in this technique, the recovery becomes faster as compared to traditional surgeries.
As there are no long incisions made in this surgery, the surgeons do not have to cut through the muscles to complete the procedure and therefore, less damage to the tissues.
Patients undergoing MIS usually take very little time to recover like 2-3 weeks when compared to the traditional surgeries.
Incisions expose patients to a higher risk of developing infection. As the incision is a small one there is a reduced risk of developing the infection.
MIS procedures cause less post-operative pain and discomfort. Patients require smaller doses of pain relievers when compared to the traditional surgeries.
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Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure of removal of the gall bladder. It is done to treat the gallbladder diseases such as gallstones, infection or inflammation (cholecystitis), severe abdominal pain due to gallbladder disease and blockage of the bile drainage tubes (biliary obstruction). Laparoscopic gall bladder removal is a minimally invasive procedure where small incisions are made and fine surgical instruments are used to remove the gall bladder.
General anesthesia is given before the surgery. A small incision is made in the abdomen and a cannula is inserted. A laparoscope that consists of tiny camera is inserted through the cannula to view the internal organs. The surgeon inserts other cannulas to gently separate the gall bladder from its attachments and removes it through the opening. Then the incision is sutured and covered with sterile dressing.
Laparoscopic Appendectomy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure which involves the removal of the infected appendix. The surgery is done before a hole develops in the appendix and spreads to entire abdominal space. Laparoscopic Appendectomy is performed by making a small incision and fine surgical instruments are used to remove the infected appendix.
General anesthesia is given before the surgery. A small incision is made in the lower abdomen and a cannula is inserted. A laparoscope that consists of tiny camera is inserted through the cannula to view the internal organs. The surgeon inserts other cannulas to gently separate the appendix from its attachments and removes it through the opening. Then the incision is sutured and covered with sterile dressing.
Colonoscopy is a minimally invasive procedure which allows the doctor to examine the lining of the large intestine for any kind of abnormalities by inserting a thin flexible tube into the anus and slowly inserting it into the rectum and colon. This instrument has a lens and light source and allows the doctor to view the image on a video monitor.
Before colonoscopy procedure begins, the colon will be completely cleaned and you will be given a sedative. A thin flexible tube is inserted into the anus and slowly inserting it into the rectum and colon. During the procedure the doctor might take a biopsy to detect the presence of any cancerous tissue. The doctor can describe the results of the colonoscopy as soon as it is over.