Laparoscopic surgery

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  • Disadvantages Of Laparoscopic Surgery

    Modern surgical procedures employ a wide variety of technical devices ranging from basic mechanical instrumentation to high-tech robotic surgical complexes. Close to the top of this scale are laparoscopic surgical systems. Laparoscopic (aka minimally invasive surgery, later referred to as MIS) surgery by itself is a modern surgical technique in which operations are performed far from their location through small incisions (usually 0.5–1.5 cm) elsewhere in the body [1]. The key element in laparoscopic surgery is the use of a laparoscope, a long fiber optic cable system (with our without which allows viewing of the affected area by snaking the cable from a more distant, but more easily accessible location. One of the significant disadvantages…

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  • Single Laparoscopic Surgery Cholecystectomy Essay

    Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery Cholecystectomy Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery for Cholecystectomy One of the promising surgeries available for cholecystectomy is the single incision laparoscopic surgery, which aims at successfully removing the gall bladder without the need to those several cuts that were usually done during traditional open and laparoscopic surgeries. What Is Cholecystectomy? Why Is Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery A Preferred Treatment? Some patients may…

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  • Nursing: The Importance Of Patient Safety In Nursing

    Another factor that can be done is placing a sign in the patient room stating “NPO”. So it can be a reminder to caregivers in all departments not to give the patient anything to eat and it could also be a reminder for the patient not to eat anything. Often patients are not allowed to eat anything before surgery and if the patient do eat something the surgery may have to be postpone for another day or later time. Minimizing hospital room clutter can help with patient safety by eliminating or…

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  • Laparoscopy Analysis

    invasive surgery (MIS), band aid surgery, keyhole surgery, is a modern surgical technique designed for the visual inspection of peritoneal cavity, biopsy of its organs and various operative procedures in the abdominal and pelvic cavities. Though laparoscopy was first performed in dogs in the early 1900s by Dr. Georg Kelling, the first successful laparoscopic surgery in humans was cholecystectomy in 1987 (1). During last two decades the laparoscopy has been increasingly used for diagnostic, as…

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  • Passion For Healthcare Reform: A Personal Statement Of Purpose

    distinguished responsible student who valued compassion and humility, qualities that are essential as a clinician. My love for surgery flourished during medical school. Although the classroom gave me a clearer picture of the extent and gravity of…

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  • Da Vinci Robotic Surgery Advantages And Disadvantages

    Abstract Intuitive Surgical incorporation launched the Da Vinci Robotic Surgery System. The Da Vinci Surgical Robot consists of three main components divided for the patient, the surgeon and the camera. This surgical system provides surgeries with minimal incisions and quick recoveries. The performance of the surgeon is still essential but the automated arms execute his command with accuracy and precision. Therefore, it reduces the hospital stays. In addition, the instruments of this robot give…

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  • Laparoscopic Pyeloplasty Case Study

    balloon dilatation as well as laparoscopic pyeloplasty. All of these procedures were introduced with the aim to obtain the standard of open dismembered pyeloplasty providing long-term success rates between 93 and 97%, with a minimal surgical trauma for the patients12. Laparoscopic pyeloplasty is a minimally invasive option in the treatment of UPJO which was developed in the early 1990s and after an initial period of development, actually it can duplicate…

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  • Essay On Hysterectomy

    b. Procedure: As far as procedures of hysterectomy are concerned, there are two common approaches used by surgeons, these two approaches are; Abdominal hysterectomy (Open surgery approach) and MIP hysterectomy. [3] Abdominal hysterectomy is an open surgery approach. In this surgery, the surgeon cuts a 5 to 7 inch cut in the belly region and removes uterus or the part of uterus through that cut. The cut is later on sealed. MIP hysterectomy is a Minimal Invasive Procedure (MIP). MIP hysterectomy…

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  • Fiona Jones Case Study Essay

    Introduction The purpose of this case study report is to review and discuss the management and presentation of Mrs. Fiona Jones illness, following an laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Throughout this report, there will be a discussion of Mrs. Jones' condition, in regard to the pathophysiological and development of gallstones. A discussion of the potential management alternatives and patient education will also take place, that is necessary following the surgery. Possible complications and findings…

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  • Advantage And Disadvantages Of Robotic Surgery

    Introduction When you hear the word surgery the first thought is the risk you are taking while on the table. Though, your first thought when you hear the words robotic surgery, you think robot? Well, robotic surgery is a new innovative way to perform surgeries but, while being controlled by a surgeon. While robotic surgery is a major breakthrough in medical science it doesn’t rule out the way it works, its advantages, disadvantages, and malfunctions of the procedure. How It Works The da Vinci…

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