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Minimally Invasive Surgery

Introduction to Minimally Invasive Surgery

Minimally Invasive Surgery is a kind of new and contemporary surgery which is slowly gaining popularity day by day .It is performed by entering the body through skin or body cavity or an anatomical opening , with the smallest damage to the structures. Endoscopy or Endoscopic Surgery is the main vehicle for Minimally Invasive Surgery. This kind of surgery has special advantages over the normal kind of open surgeries. There is less pain and less strain on organism. There are smaller injuries, economic gain and over all a speedier recovery and a les operative trauma for the patient.

Minimally Invasive Surgery offered

Hospitals offer a wide range of minimally invasive surgeries , that uses extensive use of laporoscopic measures and instruments. Experiences and specialized doctors have successfully dome treatments for national as well as international patients.

Procedure of Minimally Invasive Surgery

This minimally invasive surgery takes the help of a small endoscopic camera and several long, thin and rigid instruments. There are scopes going through small incisions or natural body openings to ensure that

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diagnosis and treatment is done with minimum invasion on body cavity. This is also called key hole surgeries. Some of the Minimally Invasive surgeries offered includes :

  • Sub-Total Thyroidectomy
  • Laparoscopy with Biospsy Only
  • Appendicetomy
  • Retroperitoneoscopy and Biopsy
  • Cardiomyotomy
  • Gastrojejunostomy
  • Rectopexy
  • diaphragmatic hernia

Various procedures used for performing Minimally Invasive surgeries include Laporoscopy, Thoracoscopy, Arthroscopy, Rhinioscopy, Otoscopy etc.

Length of Minimally Invasive Surgery

The minimally invasive surgeries generally take a lesser time than normal open surgeries performed on the patients. In these surgeries, the patients also can go back home from the hospital in less number of days..

Side Effects of Minimally Invasive Surgeries

There are no harmful noted side effects of minimally invasive surgeries apart from some amount of discomfort felt at the areas of incision for a few days after the surgery. In case of any other pain or effects, please consult your doctor.

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Advantages of Minimal Iinvasive Surgery

Minimize Scarring

Minimal invasive surgery requires smaller incisions and therefore, less noticeable scars. Most of the surgeries require a stitch or two to close. Moreover, in surgeries done by Endoscopy the scar heals by itself like a wound.

Shorten the Hospital Stay

Since the no long or big incisions are made in this technique, the recovery becomes faster as compared to traditional surgeries.

Reduce Blood Loss

As there are no long incisions made in this surgery, the surgeons do not have to cut through the muscles to complete the procedure and therefore, less damage to the tissues.

Faster Recovery

Patients undergoing MIS usually take very little time to recover like 2-3 weeks when compared to the traditional surgeries.

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Reduce The Risk of Infection

Incisions expose patients to a higher risk of developing infection. As the incision is a small one there is a reduced risk of developing the infection.

Less Post-Operative Pain

MIS procedures cause less post-operative pain and discomfort. Patients require smaller doses of pain relievers when compared to the traditional surgeries.

Treatments & Conditions

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