Laparoscopic surgery has become a necessity and a must in gynecological practice; not a comfort.
- January 14, 2019
- Posted by: edi
- Category: Health, Health Industry, Life Style, Plan B
Thanks to advances in the medical field, conventional surgery has been replaced by laparoscopic surgery, which produces smaller scars, causes less pain and enables a quick return to normal life. Thanks to the laparoscopic surgical method, women experience a more painless and shorter period of necrosis during gynecological surgeries.
In recent years, with the development of technology, important developments are seen in the field of health. Nowadays, many operations related to general surgery can be performed more reliably with the laparoscopic method. In fact, some of the oldest and least applied operations can be performed more easily with laparoscopy. Women having uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts, vaginal bleeding that treatment can’t solve, cancers of the uterus, cervix and ovary are most often forced to undergo a surgery.
In such cases, women delay or refuse to undergo the surgery because of fear and problems that occur during the post-surgical period. It is known that complications such as wound infection, severe postoperative pain, a 1-2 month period to return to normal life, organ damage and bleeding are more common in operations where classical open surgery methods are used. However, today, thanks to laparoscopic surgery these problems are minimized.
Next day discharge
Patients leave the hospital one day after the operation. In laparoscopic surgery, the patient is first taken to the operating room, anesthetized by general anesthesia, about half a centimeter incisions (incisions) are opened to the belly button and to the lower side of both abdomen. The inside of the abdomen is inflated with a certain amount of gas, entered through the microsphere of the incision into the navel ; and the surgery is performed by introducing some surgical instruments through other incisions. Following laparoscopic surgery, after the patients have woken up and the effect of the anesthesia is gone they can get up in a short span of time and leave the hospital the next day.
No surgery scars
While after conventional surgery, horizontal or vertical scars with a height of 10-15 cm remain on the patient’s skin, there are no scars after laparoscopic surgery. In addition, the laparoscopic method minimizes the risk of complications. For laparoscopic surgery, the hospital must have adequate equipment, qualified personnel and advanced technology.Our advanced surgical devices successfully perform laparoscopic surgery in the field of gynecology with our trained staff; and patients can be released the next day and can go back their normal lives. Laparoscopic surgery has become a necessity and a must in gynecological practice; not a comfort.