Laparoscopic Surgery also known as minimally invasive or "keyhole surgery" has significant advantages for patients as it produces smaller scars and faster recovery times. It is however technically demanding so that many hospitals in india presently perform advanced surgical procedures using this technique.
Lifeline Hospital Kerala has one of the best advanced laparoscopic expertise in the country. This, combined with our Bioclad (world's first antimicrobial wall cladding) integrated laparoscopic operation theatres, means that we are probably performing more advanced laparoscopic surgery than anywhere else in the country. Our surgeons are fully trained in advanced laparoscopy; we have a laparoscopic surgeon had initially acquired impressive Fellowships and Diplomas from Rajiv Gandhi University, Bangalore and the World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons.
There are a variety of diseases and conditions of the colon and rectum for which surgery is recommended. In addition to the decision to undergo surgery, patients are often faced with a choice of traditional or minimally invasive surgical techniques.
Gynecologic laparoscopy is an alternative to open surgery. Laparoscopy generally has a shorter healing time than open surgery. It also leaves smaller scars. A gynecologist, general surgeon, or other specialist may perform this procedure.
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