What is Minimally Invasive surgery (MAS) / Laparoscopic Surgery in India?
“Thus the camera replaces the surgeon’s eye”.
Laparoscope primarily consists of two sets of instruments :-
These are slender instruments with long and thin bodies. They Laprosopy Hand Instrumentcome in various sizes and shapes. Unlike conventional surgery where long and lightly incision are made, laparoscopic surgery is done by making tiny holes in the body (0.5- 1 cm) and inserting instruments through them.
It consist of telescopes, Laprosopy endovision systemcamera, light source etc.With improvement in the quality of endovision system, the surgical skills in laparoscopy have improved tremendously. Presently, high definition (HD) systems are in use but may be soon replaced by 3 D vision system which will further increase the quality and safety of laparoscopic procedures.
Minimal Access Surgery (MAS) offers several advantages over conventional surgery. They can be broadly classified as:
It should be made clear, right at the beginning that these advantages are also ultimately beneficial to the patients, but have been placed under a separate heading as being a layman, patients normally don’t realize their importance.
Incomplete procedures ! Thereby leading to reoccurrence of problem
All surgeries can be done laparoscopically !
No it is not only the type of disease but also the extent of disease and general condition of the patient, which determines whether he can be safely operated upon by minimally invasive procedures. Thus which patient should be operated by this technique should be best left to the surgeon.
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