Basic and Advanced Laparoscopic Procedures
Our specialist surgeons are adept in performing the basic and advanced laparoscopic surgeries with precision. Laparoscope is a surgical instrument that aids in the diagnosis and medical intervention of abdominal organs. Laparoscopic procedures involve minimal blood loss, reduced post-surgery discomfort and quick recovery. The procedures under Basic Laparoscopy are Diagnostic laparoscopy, Laparoscopic Appendectomy and Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy. Advanced Laparoscopic Procedures require comprehensive training and special skill sets like proficiency in laparoscopic sutures, tissue extraction and knowledge of handling the energy devices and apparatus that are involved in the procedures. Advanced laparoscopic procedures include Laparoscopic Gastrectomy, Laparoscopic Gastrostomy, Laparoscopic Colostomy, and Laparoscopic Colectomy.
Precise GI Oncologic (Cancer) Procedures
GI oncologic procedures are administered with the utmost care and precision to treat all kinds of GI cancers. Our well-trained surgical gastroenterologists perform advanced diagnostic procedures and the latest medical oncology procedures using sophisticated technologies to deliver world class health care to our patients. Precision procedures are used to provide treatments designed to suit the specific needs of each patient based on the specifics of the ailment. Precise GI Oncologic (Cancer) procedures have been successful in providing molecular targeted specific treatments for the malignancy.
Bariatric (Weight Loss) Procedures
Bariatric procedures or Bariatric surgery is the umbrella term given to weight-loss surgeries. These procedures are performed to create weight loss by restricting the stomach’s capacity to hold food. Bariatric procedures are advised when the person’s body weight is creating major health hazards and the person’s weight is not responding to exercise regimes. There are 3 types of Bariatric procedures for weight loss –
- Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy is a restrictive procedure without the mal-absorptive component. This involves removing two thirds of the left side of stomach containing the hormones for appetite and diabetes and leaving behind the pyloric valve to continue allowing the passage of food to the small intestines.
- Gastric bypass or Roux-En-Y, where a small pouch is created that connects the stomach to the small intestine, so that food swallowed passes directly from this pouch to the intestine.
- Mini Gastric bypass (MGBP) is a simplified modification of gastric bypass surgery in which the size of the stomach is reduced restricting the amount you can eat and also reduces absorption of food by bypassing up to 6 feet of intestine.
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