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Surgical treatment is prescribed for many diseases. The word “surgery” often causes anxiety and anxiety. However, today there is very good news for patients. We perform all the necessary interventions, but with “little blood” - using the laparoscopic method. This means that we use modern technologies that allow us to minimize access trauma while performing the same amount of surgery as in classical surgery. The goal is to reduce the trauma, relieve the patient of suffering and pain.

The essence of the technique. The main thing is the absence of large incisions. The surgeon removes the tumor or affected organ through punctures or small incisions (up to 2 cm). A special video camera is inserted through the incision. Modern optical systems allow all manipulations to be performed under high magnification. On the monitor, the surgeon sees the patient's internal organs, can examine their condition to the smallest detail and perform all surgical interventions very accurately.

What are the advantages of laparoscopy over traditional “open” surgery?

No pain. There are no painful sensations both during the operation (due to adequate anesthesia and the experience of anesthesiologists) and in the postoperative period. After all, most often the patient suffers because of an access injury. When using the laparoscopic method, the pain syndrome is minimized: no large incisions - no major trauma.

No complications. The most important role for the patient is a significant reduction in the risk of complications. Adhesions after traditional operations are caused by mechanical damage to the tissues. Laparoscopic access minimizes trauma, and as a result, the risk of adhesions is minimized. In addition, a large incision is a large “gateway” for infection. The smaller the wound area, the less likely it is to become infected. There is a direct correlation. Elderly people with poor blood supply, atherosclerosis, and low immunity are at a very high risk of developing an infection in the wound. That is, for weakened and elderly patients, the laparoscopic method is the best alternative.

No prolonged bed rest. One of the advantages of the laparoscopic method is a short bed rest. This is important because if a patient is forced to stay in bed for many days, the risk of developing pneumonia increases.

No prolonged hospitalization. Thanks to the use of a minimally traumatic technique, taking into account all the advantages of laparoscopy, the duration of hospitalization is significantly reduced compared to the period of hospitalization for classic “open” operations. The body recovers faster, and the patient returns to a normal lifestyle.

Experienced surgeons of the Dobrobut Medical Network perform minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery for various benign and malignant diseases.

In case of hernia disease: inguinal, femoral, white line hernia, postoperative hernia, modern prosthetic materials (mesh prostheses) and unique surgical methods of hernia repair are used.

  • In acute surgical pathology: appendicitis, cholecystitis, perforated gastric and duodenal ulcer, intestinal obstruction.
  • Gynecological pathology (both planned and emergency surgeries): ovarian cysts, uterine fibroids, ovarian rupture (apoplexy), pathological variants of pregnancy, various complications of endometriosis, surgeries for pelvic organ prolapse, urinary incontinence, constipation.
  • In case of reflux disease of the esophagus and stomach - removal of diaphragmatic hernia.
  • Tumors of the abdominal organs: stomach and intestines, rectum.
  • Tumors of the kidneys, bladder, and prostate.
  • For gynecologic oncologic diseases: body and cervical cancer, ovarian cancer.

To get information about minimally invasive surgical treatment or to make an appointment with a doctor, contact the contact center of IM “Dobrobut”.

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