Introduction of Laparoscopic Surgery

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This presentation of introduction of laparoscopic surgery made by Dr. R.K. Mishra Director and chief surgeon World Laparoscopy Hospital. Dr. Mishra in this presentation has explained present pas and future of laparoscopic surgery. Laparoscopy is a surgical procedure which uses a special surgical instrument called a laparoscope to look inside the body, or to perform certain operations. World Laparoscopy Hospital is the center of excellence for laparoscopic and da vinci robotic surgery training and considered as one of the best institute in the world. For more detail about laparoscopic surgery please visit: http://www.laparoscopyhospital.com

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Introduction of Laparoscopic Surgery:

R. K. Mishra M.B.B.S; M.S; M.MAS; MRCS; FICS; FACS Director, Laparoscopy Hospital, New Delhi The First Master Minimal Access Surgeon of India Member World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeon (WALS) Member European Association of Endoscopic Surgery (EAES) Member European Association of Transluminal Surgery (EATS) Member Indian Association of Gastrointestinal Endosurgeons (IAGES) Member Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES ) Professor and Head of the Department of Minimal Access Surgery TGO University. Introduction of Laparoscopic Surgery

Synonym:

Synonym Key Hole Surgery Endoscopic Surgery Button Hole Surgery Minimally Invasive Surgery Minimal Access Surgery Laparoscopy Thoracoscopy Cystoscopy Hysteroscopy Surgical rose with different names 1953 by Professor Hopkins World Laparoscopy Hospital

History:

History 1901 - Von Ott - First inspection of abdominal cavity using a speculum and candlelight. 1983 - First laparoscopic appendicectomy Semm, a German gynaecologist. 1985 - First Lap Chole Erich Muhe a German surgeon. 1987 - First laparoscopic repair of inguinal hernia by Ger. 1989 - First lap hysterectomy, Reich et al. 1993 - First Robotic Laparoscopic surgery (Robotic telesurgery) Dan Stoianovici. World Laparoscopy Hospital

Frequently done procedures:

Chest Mediastinoscopy Thymus Pericardial window Hilar / Mediastinal Node Pleural lesions Lung biopsy Lung resections Empyema Effusions Sympathectomy Spine Abscess drainage Discectomy Biopsy Scoliosis Abdomen Esophagectomy Achalasia Cardia Hiatus Hernia Intestinal resection Mesenteric nodes Appendicectomy Hernia Repair Gall Bladder Splenectomy Sympathectomy Spinal surgery Rectal prolapse Piles Gynaecology Ovaries Uterus Infertility Ectopic Frequently done procedures Urology Nephrectomy Adrenalectomy Stone disease Prostate Varicocele Neck Thyroid Parathyroid Thymus Axilla &Breast Axilloscopy Subcutaneous Mastectomy Robotics World Laparoscopy Hospital

Most commonly done MAS :

Most commonly done MAS Diagnostic laparoscopy Cholecystectomy Appendicectomy Repair of all types of Hernia Hysterectomy Splenectomy Fundoplication Repair of D.U. perforation Piles and Prolapse Nephrectomy World Laparoscopy Hospital

Diagnostic Laparoscopy:

Diagnostic Laparoscopy Electronic Eye Inside Abdomen Kelling 1901 World Laparoscopy Hospital

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy:

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Lap chole is now gold standard for the treatment of gallstone diseases. Most commonly performed Minimal Access Surgery by General surgeons worldwide. In Europe 97% of cholecystectomy is now done laparoscopically. Most commonly done MAS in India. World Laparoscopy Hospital

PowerPoint Presentation:

Laparoscopic Appendicectomy 10 days Post OP Gold Standard in female of Child Bearing Age Group World Laparoscopy Hospital

Uterine Surgery:

Uterine Surgery Myomectomy by Minimal Access Surgery World Laparoscopy Hospital

Laparoscopic splenectomy :

Laparoscopic splenectomy Laparoscopic Open World Laparoscopy Hospital

Splenectomy:

Splenectomy Gold Standard for Small Spleen

Laparoscopic Splenectomy:

Laparoscopic Splenectomy Cosmetically better outcome compared to open surgery World Laparoscopy Hospital

Ambiguous genitalia:

Ambiguous genitalia Palpable gonad in right ? hemiscrotum Labio -scrotal fold on left Severe hypospadias World Laparoscopy Hospital

Ambiguous genitalia:

Ambiguous genitalia Can be corrected by MAS World Laparoscopy Hospital

Pull Through for Hirschsprng’s:

Pull Through for Hirschsprng’s Mobilization of Colon is better by MAS World Laparoscopy Hospital

Pull Through for Hirschsprung’s Disease:

Pull Through for Hirschsprung’s Disease Mobilization of Colon World Laparoscopy Hospital

Pull Through for Hirschsprung’s:

Pull Through for Hirschsprung’s 1 hour 1 month World Laparoscopy Hospital

Fundoplication :

Fundoplication Commonly Required in Cerebral Palsy Patient World Laparoscopy Hospital

Phaeochromocytoma :

Phaeochromocytoma Laparoscopy has good outcome World Laparoscopy Hospital

Obesity Surgery:

Obesity Surgery Gastric Banding World Laparoscopy Hospital

Thoracoscopy:

No rib resection No Sternotomy Minimal morbidity Advantage of Thoracoscopy is >> than Laparoscopy Anaesthesia with double lumen tube Lateral position Thoracoscopy World Laparoscopy Hospital

Oesophageal atresia :

Oesophageal atresia Open Morbity can be reduced with MAS World Laparoscopy Hospital

Oesophageal Atresia:

Oesophageal Atresia Minimal Access Surgery for Oesophageal Atresia World Laparoscopy Hospital

Oesophageal Atresia:

Oesophageal Atresia Rapid Recovery after Oesophageal Atresia Minimal Access Surgery World Laparoscopy Hospital

Nephrectomy:

Nephrectomy Laparoscopic Living Donor Nephrectomy For Kidney Transplantation The University of Maryland & Dundee has the world’s largest experience with this technique World Laparoscopy Hospital

Axilloscopy:

Axilloscopy After Minimal Access Breast Augmentation World Laparoscopy Hospital

Right Lobectomy of Thyroid Axillary-Breast Approach :

Right Lobectomy of Thyroid Axillary-Breast Approach World Laparoscopy Hospital

HALS:

HALS Hand Assisted Laparoscopic Surgery World Laparoscopy Hospital

HALS:

HALS Hand is the best instrument World Laparoscopy Hospital

HALS (Hand Assisted Laparoscopic Surgery):

HALS (Hand Assisted Laparoscopic Surgery) Extraction of Tumors with HALS World Laparoscopy Hospital

PowerPoint Presentation:

Omniport can accommodate Hand as well as Instruments HALS (Hand Assisted Laparoscopic Surgery) World Laparoscopy Hospital

HALS (Hand Assisted Laparoscopic Surgery):

HALS (Hand Assisted Laparoscopic Surgery) Hemicolectomy by HALS World Laparoscopy Hospital

HALS (Hand Assisted Laparoscopic Surgery):

HALS (Hand Assisted Laparoscopic Surgery) World Laparoscopy Hospital

Gasless Laparoscopic Surgery:

Gasless Laparoscopic Surgery Abdolift can replace the pneumoperitoneum World Laparoscopy Hospital

Gasless Laparoscopic Surgery:

Gasless Laparoscopic Surgery Abdolift Added advantage if patient is at high risk to pneumoperitoneum World Laparoscopy Hospital

Mini & Micro Laparoscopy:

Mini & Micro Laparoscopy Good Approach for Beauty Conscious Female World Laparoscopy Hospital

Present status in world:

Present status in world Coronary bypass surgery on beating heart Cardiac Valve Surgery Cardiac Tumor Surgery Surgery without sternotomy World Laparoscopy Hospital

Future of Minimal Access Surgery:

Future of Minimal Access Surgery Now surgeons can operate exclusively via a computer interface controlling a master–slave manipulator through Internet. World Laparoscopy Hospital

PowerPoint Presentation:

Trans Atlantic MAS Globalization of Surgery World Laparoscopy Hospital

Master slave manipulator:

Master slave manipulator Robotic Surgery World Laparoscopy Hospital

Robotic arm:

Robotic arm ROBODOC® CASPAR® DaVinci World Laparoscopy Hospital

Future is Minimal Access Surgery:

Future is Minimal Access Surgery Thank You ! Join Hands for Surgical Procedure of New Millennium World Laparoscopy Hospital

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