WHAT IS LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY?
Laparoscopic or “negligibly obtrusive” surgery is a particular system for performing surgery. Previously, this strategy was generally utilized for gynecologic surgery and for rankle bladder surgery. In the course of the most recent 10 years the utilization of this system has ventured into intestinal surgery.In conventional “open” surgery the specialist utilizes a solitary entry point to go into the guts. Laparoscopic surgery utilizes a few 0.5-1cm entry points. Every cut is known as a “port.” At each port a tubular instrument known as a trochar is embedded. Particular instruments and a unique camera known as a laparoscope are gone through the trochars amid the strategy.
Toward the start of the methodology, the guts is expanded with carbon dioxide gas to give a working and survey space for the specialist. The laparoscopy transmits pictures from the stomach depression to high-determination video screens in the working room. Amid the operation the specialist watches point by point pictures of the guts on the screen. This framework enables the specialist to play out an indistinguishable operations from customary surgery however with littler entry points.
In specific circumstances a specialist may utilize an uncommon kind of port that is sufficiently huge to embed a hand. At the point when a hand port is utilized the surgical procedure is called “hand helped” laparoscopy. The entry point required for the hand port is bigger than the other laparoscopic cuts, however is typically littler than the cut required for conventional surgery.