Addressing the Challenges of Laparoscopic Surgery- Michael Latzko

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Michael Latzko the surgical operation has practiced a revolution in the present epoch with a dramatic shift from the traditional open surgery to minimally invasive surgery

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Addressing the Challenges of Laparoscopic Surgery :

Addressing the Challenges of Laparoscopic Surgery Michael Latzko

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The surgical operation has practiced a revolution in the present epoch with a dramatic shift from the traditional open surgery to minimally invasive surgery (MIS). This has been connected to copious advantages over open surgery, predominantly for patients, such as a lessening of tissue trauma and smaller postoperative scars, which in turn involves dumpier hospital stays, reduction of the postoperative pain, and quicker retrieval.

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Laparoscopic surgeons are mandatory long training time, experience, and practices in order to contract with the methodical limitations announced by laparoscopic surgery and become skillful. Due to the precipitous learning curve that laparoscopic surgery demands in definite surgical procedures, advanced and arranged training programs and methods are persistently being familiarized.

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Ever since the introduction of laparoscopic surgery numerous decades ago, it has been repetitively embryonic to the emergence of more erudite approaches such as the laparoendoscopic single-site surgery (LESS), natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery (NOTES), or transanal surgery, which are envisioned to diminish the patient’s insensitivity and surgical outcomes.

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One of the technological fields that has in recent times affected laparoscopic surgery is robotics. Robotic surgery is a supplementary advancement in the field of laparoscopic surgery, which has expanded global approval, and a large number of centers are carrying out robotic surgery as a repetitive. Laparoscopic robotic surgery has made incredible progress in a relatively short period of time, ensuing in improvements for both the patient and surgeon. 

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