Laparoscopic or “minimally invasive” surgery is a specialized technique of performing operations through a smallest possible incision or simple a keyhole. In the past, this technique was commonly used for gynaecologic surgery and for gall bladder surgery. Over the last 10 years the use of this technique has expanded into many parts of body for various surgeries.

Laparoscopic surgery uses several 0.5-1cm incisions, called a “ports.” Specialized instruments and a special camera known as a laparoscope are passed through the small ports through trochars during the procedure. At the beginning of the procedure, the abdomen is inflated with certain gases to provide a working and viewing space for the surgeon. Then the other instruments are passed along with laparoscope through multiple ports or holes.

The laparoscope transmits live video images from the abdominal cavity to high-resolution medical monitors in the operating room for surgeons to perform the operations. During the operation the surgeon watches detailed images of every organ inside the abdomen or any cavity on the monitor and performs the complete surgery. This advanced technique through ultramodern hi-tech laparoscopy system allows the surgeon to perform the same operations as traditional surgery but with much smaller incisions and minimal complications.

Advantages of laparoscopic Surgery compared to traditional open surgery :

  1. Operations through very small holes called ports.
  2. No big wounds or scars externally on the body.
  3. Patients often experience much lesser pain.
  4. Lesser or minimal complications or damages to surrounding structures.
  5. Faster or early recovery.
  6. Minimises the stay in hospital. 
  7. Less or minimal scarring with laparoscopic surgery internally also.
Facilities for Laparoscopy Surgery at THC Hospital ( Thane Health Care Hospital )

With tradition and efforts to keep up with the modern developments, THC Hospital (Thane Health Care Hospital) has procured the most modern unit of the laparoscopy surgical set from best company in the world. We have “SPIES” from Storz (made in Germany) which has best and most advanced camera with recording facilities, insufflators and medical grade monitors.

It’s a dream of every laparoscopy surgeon to use this high tech set of laparoscopy surgical unit for best results for their patients, especially in complicated cases.

Our open policy allows or welcomes all trained laparoscopic surgeons to operate and utilise this best of the equipments at reasonable charges with prior intimation.

Clinical Conditions Operated by Laparoscopy.

Now days this minimal invasive or laparoscopy surgical technique is used for diagnostic as well as therapeutic treatment of many conditions in the body.

In General Abdominal Surgery :
  1. Appendicectomy.
  2. Gall stone removal or Cholecystectomy (Gall Bladder removal), bile duct operations.
  3. Liver and spleen operations.
  4. Gastro-intestinal operations.
  5. Hernias.  
  6. Weight Loss surgeries.
  7. Various types of Cancer diagnosis (biopsy) and operations (oncosurgery).
In Urology:
  1. Kidney stones, tumours removal or nephrectomy.
  2. Tumours of prostate or other pelvic organs. 
  3. Urinary bladder or ureteric surgeries.
In Gynaecology :
  1. For diagnosis of PID, ectopic pregnancy, ovarian cysts, Endometriosis.
  2. Fibroid Removal (Myomectomy).
  3. Abdominal or assisting vaginal Hysterectomy.
  4. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Hysteroscopy.
  5. Diagnosis and treatment for infertility.

Most of the abdominal and pelvic surgeries are performed by this advanced technique of laparoscopic minimal invasive surgery at THC Hospital (Thane Health Care Hospital) for the best possible outcome and early recovery with minimal scars and risks...

Our most modern technology laparoscopy machines are used by equally competent hands of well trained surgeons to give best possible results for almost all the laparoscopic surgeries at THC Hospital (Thane Health Care Hospital). THC Hospital’s best and most ultra modern operation theatres give a great support for this kind of advance surgical care.
Hospital’s open policy allows your own well trained laparoscopy surgeon to come and operate on you.

Contact the Hospital OPD on 8419999127 or reception on 8976028889 or 022-25374370 for further information and appointment.

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