World Laparoscopy Hospital Blog

March 30th, 2016


With the advent of advanced surgical and gynaecological minimally invasive surgery over the last 2 decades, a need has arisen for state of the art training programs dedicated exclusively to these da Vinci Robotic Surgery techniques. None of the medical colleges in Asia has training programs in robotic surgery and surgeons do not get adequate experience in advanced robotic techniques. Approximately 130 MIS training programs have been initiated in the U.S. over the past 15 years. Most programs are heavily weighted in laparoscopic procedures, with none offering experience in da Vinci robotic surgical procedures. A recent published survey completed by fellows in training confirmed that doctors are interested in more complex procedures (Tichansky, et al, Surg Endosc 2007). Some of the major benefits experienced by surgeons using the da Vinci ...   Read more...
February 14th, 2016
 
Cervical shortening in reproductive age group female is believed to be a marker for generalized intrauterine recurrent inflammation and has a strong association in pregnant women with spontaneous preterm birth. For these patients who has recurrent abortion a variety of therapies, including vaginal and intramuscular progesterone, pessary, and cervical cerclage, have been demonstrated to be effective in specific clinical circumstances.

For these female patients cervical cerclage can be placed via transvaginal, open transabdominal, or laparoscopic transabdominal approach, preferably before pregnancy or during thirteen week of pregnancy. A laparoscopic approach may be superior to the transabdominal approach in terms of surgical outcomes, cost, and postoperative morbidity.

Recent advancement in the field of laparoscopic and robotic surgery ...   Read more...
September 19th, 2015

The usage of single-incision laparoscopic surgery may represent a noticeable difference over conventional laparoscopic surgery. In recent more, more and years articles are already published demonstrating the feasibility on this approach. Hence, that is why, we would rather perform this procedure.   Laparoscopic appendectomy has rapidly developed in recent years. Since Semm published the first complete elimination of the appendix via laparoscopic surgery in 1983 and Schreiber performed the first laparoscopic appendectomy in the patient with acute appendicitis in 1987, laparoscopic appendectomy has been a part of practically all hospitals worldwide as the usual procedure in emergency departments.   The tendency toward reduced patient morbidity after surgery has allowed the creation of techniques requiring an ...   Read more...

 

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