Laparoscopic Surgery

Laparoscopic surgery, also known as minimally invasive or keyhole surgery, is a surgical technique that allows for the performance of various procedures with smaller incisions compared to traditional open surgery. It involves the use of specialized instruments and a laparoscope—a thin, lighted tube with a camera—to visualize and operate on internal organs.

Benefits of Laparoscopic Surgery

  • Smaller incisions : The smaller incisions result in less scarring and reduced post-operative pain.
  • Reduced blood loss : Laparoscopic techniques typically involve less blood loss during surgery.
  • Shorter hospital stay: Patients often have a shorter hospital stay compared to open surgery, leading to faster recovery and return to normal activities.
  • Faster healing: The smaller incisions and reduced tissue trauma generally result in quicker healing and reduced overall recovery time.
  • Lower risk of complications: The risk of complications, such as infection and hernias, may be lower with laparoscopic surgery.
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