“Cosmetics And Cost Are Not The End Points Of Any Abdominal Surgery”
Every day patients increasingly undergo laparoscopic general surgery which range from removal the gall bladder, the appendix or to repair hernias in the abdominal wall. Laparoscopic surgery, which is also called minimally invasive surgery or key hole surgery, is a relatively modern surgical operation where surgery is performed through small incisions in the body rather than larger traditional ‘open’ techniques. The small incisions allow the surgeon to insert instruments including a camera into the abdomen that transmits an image of the organs inside the abdomen onto a television monitor. In laparoscopy surgery, the video camera becomes the eyes of the surgeon, who uses the images to perform the procedure.
Cholecystectomy – a minimally invasive surgery to remove the gallbladder; today almost all surgeries to remove the gallbladder are performed laparoscopically. At Yashomati, we are committed to enabling surgeons to achieve and maintain the highest standards of surgical practice and patient care. Our two hospitals in Bangalore, Aayug and Yashomati Hospital Pvt Ltd were almost has best and well-qualified Laparoscopic surgeons. We plan to transform our Yashomati base into a modern and flexible facility to provide the best possible treatment.
In addition to modernizing our erstwhile hospital, the redesign will reflect our changing functions as a home for surgical excellence in Bangalore and across the country in the 21st century.
(Keyhole gallbladder surgery). This is a minimally invasive technique to remove gall bladder disease.
An appendectomy is an operation to diagnose and treat acute appendicitis. Acute appendicitis is when your appendix has become inflamed, infected or perforated (ruptured). The appendix is a small, finger-shaped organ protruding from the large intestine (bowel) in the lower right side of your abdomen (tummy). Depending on your condition, the operation can be done laparoscopic-ally (through small cuts – also called ‘keyhole surgery’) or as an open procedure. Both are done under general anesthetic. In an open procedure, we will make a cut in the lower right hand side of your tummy, where we can locate and remove your appendix. If you have developed an abscess on your appendix, this will also be drained and washed away, and you may have a small drain tube left in for a few days after your surgery. If the operation is done laparoscopic-ally, we will make several smaller cuts in your tummy and use special instruments to remove the appendix. However, if the appendix has ruptured, the doctors may not be able to perform keyhole surgery and may need to do an open operation or make a bigger cut down the middle of your tummy. Any wounds are closed with stitches. If your appendix has not ruptured, you will be able to go home the same day, or the day after. if you have a ruptured appendix, you may need to stay in hospital for longer. A more serious complication of this rupture is called peritonitis. This is the inflammation of the peritoneum the layer of tissue that lines the tummy and all the organs within it. Again, this will mean you have to stay longer in hospital.
Laparoscopic Hernia Surgery:
(Keyhole hernia surgery). This is a minimally invasive method of repairing a hernia. It is suitable for certain types of hernias, for example inguinal (groin hernias) on one or both sides, recurrent groin hernias, some types of incisional hernias and umbilical hernias. We will discuss the specifics of a laparoscopic hernia repair if it is applicable to your condition.
Laparoscopic Large Bowel Surgery:
This is a minimally invasive technique for removing large bowel through very small incisions. It is aimed at reducing the length of hospital stay and improving recovery rates as compared to open surgeries.
Laparoscopic Adhesion Surgery:
Adhesions are fibrous bands that form between tissues and organs, often as a result of previous surgical operations. They may be thought of as an internal scar tissue that connects structures together that are not normally connected. Using minimally invasive surgical techniques, it is possible to divide these adhesions, returning structures to their normal anatomical position. This type of surgery is usually performed for abdominal pain or in patients who develop intestinal blockages. It is aimed to reduce length of stay in hospital, improve symptoms and improve recovery rates.
Enhanced Recovery after Surgery:
Enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) is a modern evidenced based method designed to help people recover more quickly, having had major surgery.