The camera transmits the live feed of the organs inside the abdomen onto a television moni8kjitor. The video camera becomes a surgeon’s eyes during laparoscopic surgery and the surgeon uses the image from the video camera to perform the procedure.
Using high-definition imaging technology and advanced instrumentations, surgeons at BIMS HOSPITAL perform hundreds of these kinds of procedures each year. This high-volume experience means better outcomes for patients and helps to lead new innovations in the field of laparoscopy surgery and integrate these techniques into patient care.
Compared with traditional “Open” surgery, minimally invasive surgery generally has lots of following benefits and advantages.
- Better Cosmetics.
- Less post-operative discomfort.
- Quicker recovery time
- Shorter hospital stays
- Earlier resuming to work and activities
- Much smaller scars.
- Dramatically reduced bleeding and postoperative pain
- Less post-operative adhesions of tissue.
At BIMS hospital, Surgeons in the Department of Minimal Access, Bariatric and Gastrointestinal Surgery, are well trained, board-certified, national and International-affiliated to various organizations like ASI, OSSI, ELSA, IAGES, AMASI, WALS, IEF, and IFSO, and so on.
As part of our approach to patients care, our surgeons will recommend, whenever possible, the least invasive and most effective method to treat conditions, factoring in the patient’s health history, lifestyle, and goals for treatment. Our Department performs a number of different types of minimally invasive procedures related to Gastroenterology, general surgery, Urology, Gynecology, Thoracic cavity.
Laparoscopic Surgery Procedures