Laparoscopic Surgery in Jaipur

Dr. Charulata Bansal is among the leading laparoscopic surgeon in Jaipur. Having 12 years of experience in the field. She performs laparoscopy surgery so smoothly that it decreases the chances of having any complications. If you are planning to go for laparoscopic surgery in Jaipur then we suggest you to book an appointment with Dr. Charulata Bansal. She will give you the right advice according to your current health condition.
In the past few years, she had performed many successful laparoscopic surgeries. That’s why we recommend you to visit her clinic at least once. The clinic timing is 10 AM to 7 PM for Monday-Saturday & Sunday is closed.

What is Laparoscopy?

The most effective surgical alternative method to open or traditional gynecologic surgery is laparoscopic gynecologic surgery. It is used to treat all types of gynecologic diseases using a minimally invasive technique. Laparoscopic gynecologic surgery requires only small incisions, whereas open gynecologic surgery necessitates extensive tissue cutting.

What is a Laparoscope?

A laparoscope is used to examine the abdominal organs during laparoscopy. It is a thin, lighted tube that is inserted through a small incision in the abdomen. When a laparoscopic surgeon performs surgery the laparoscope’s camera sends images to a video monitor as it moves. It helps doctors to see inside pelvic organs such as the fallopian tubes, uterus, and ovaries.

Why Laparoscopic Surgery is Performed?

Laparoscopic surgery is performed to identify and diagnose the source of pelvic or abdominal pain. There are a lot of cases where abdominal pain problem is diagnosed with imaging techniques such as Ultrasound, CT Scan, X-Ray, MRI Scan.
When these tests do not provide adequate information, laparoscopy is performed. Laparoscopy can also be done to take a biopsy or to take a sample of tissue from a particular organ in the abdomen.

How Laparoscopic Surgery is Performed? Diagnosis and Procedure Involved

Before undergoing laparoscopic gynecological surgery, no special preparation is required. General anaesthesia is always used before surgery. It is always advisable to follow the surgeon's recommendations or instructions.
First and foremost, a laparoscopic surgeon instructs the patient to sleep. A small needle is used to inject carbon dioxide gas into the abdomen. This gas keeps the abdominal wall away from the organs, lowering the risk of injury. The laparoscopic surgeon then makes a small incision in the abdomen. Through this small incision, the laparoscope is inserted. On a TV monitor, the camera displays images of the inside of the body. Images on a screen depict the pelvic organs, allowing the surgeon to see and operate on them.
Finally, the laparoscopic surgeon performs surgery in accordance with the type of gynecological disease. When the procedure is finished, the surgeon removes all of the instruments and closes the incisions. The patient is then kept under observation to monitor any side effects and his or her recovery. He/she may experience pain or irritation in the treatment area, but serious complications are uncommon. Patients can sometimes go home the same day, but some complex laparoscopic surgeries require an overnight stay.

Advantages of Laparoscopic Gynecologic Surgery

There are a lot of benefits of laparoscopic Gynecologic surgery in comparison to traditional methods or operational surgery. Some are as follows:-
» You need to suffer from less pain
» You will have to stay in hospital for a shorter time period
» You will get fastly recovered
» You will get the return to a normal diet soon
» Your surgery will be performed with no big tissue cutting
» Your surgery will get done with no scarring in your body
» Your blood will flow less.
» Your healing process will get fastly done.

Is It Safe to Undergo Laparoscopic Surgery - Risk and Complications

Yes, it is completely safe to go with laparoscopic surgery but there are some risks and Complications. Risk like skin irritation and bladder infection can occur. These are the common side effects of this procedure. More serious complications are given as follows:-
» Nerve can damage
» Allergic reactions can occur
» Adhesions
» Pelvic infection can occur
» Chronic bowel disease
» Damage to an abdominal blood vessel, the bladder, and the bowel
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