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Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy, Appendicectomy


Dr. S.K Sharma

M.S General & Laparoscopic Surgeon
Gynaec cancer surgery | Abdominal Wall Hernia | Gynecological laparoscopic surgery like Hysterectomy (TLH, LAVH)

Dr. Manish Sharma

M.S (General Surgery) Fellowship in Laparoscopic Surgery (SELSI Accredited) Consultant Laparoscopic and General Surgeon
Laparoscopic Surgery | Breast Surgery | Laser Proctology | Laser Varicose Surgery

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A laparoscopy is one way to get a closer look at the organs in your abdomen and your reproductive organs. This procedure can be used to help diagnose different medical conditions and take biopsies – samples of tissue that are tested. A laparoscopy is generally a safe procedure with few complications.

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  1. A gallbladder is a small organ in your upper abdomen.
  2. The gallbladder collects and stores a liquid called bile that helps your body break down food.
  3. Small, hard deposits called gallstones can form near and around the gallbladder ducts.This is a common condition.
  4. You might need surgery if your gallbladder is no longer working correctly and / or you have pain in abdomen often.
  5. In the past, doctors made a large cut (incision) in the belly to remove the gallbladder. This is called open surgery. Today, doctors can do this surgery with tiny instruments and just a few small cuts. This is called laparoscopic surgery, because the main instrument is called a laparoscope (say “LAP-uh-ruh-scope”).
  6. Someone with history of gallbladder issues, women above 40 and mothers are predisposed for surgery.
  7. Symptoms of gallstones can include:
  • Sharp pain in your abdomen
  • Nausea and vomiting,
  • Indigestion,
  • Fever, and
  • Yellow skin – Jaundice is the medical term for skin and eyes that look yellow. You might get jaundice if gallstones block your bile duct.

An ultrasound can deduct a gallstone.

Advantages of larascopy:
  • Smaller incision – Several small incisions, each less than one (1) inch long, instead of a 5- to 7-inch incision for open surgery.
  • Less pain than after open surgery.
  • Quicker recovery

Procedure of surgery:

The surgeon makes an incision near your belly button and inserts a small device called a port. The port creates an opening that your surgeon can use to fill the abdomen with gas. This creates space to do the operation. Next, they insert a small camera through the port. The camera shows the surgery on a screen in the operating room. Once the surgeon can see clearly, they put in more ports to insert long, narrow instruments. Finally, they gently disconnect your gallbladder and take it out through one of the incisions. Most operations need 3 or 4 incisions, but some have more.

Surgeon might use a surgical robot to do your operation. It is done the same way as the description above. Your doctor guides the robot instead of guiding the instruments by hand.

Complications of laparoscopic gallbladder removal (cholecystectomy) do not happen often. They can include bleeding, infection in the surgery area, hernias, blood clots, and heart problems. A hernia is when a small amount of your gut (intestine) or other tissue bulges through the muscles that cover it.Most complications from gallbladder surgery are rare, which means they almost never happen.

You can probably go home the day you have your surgery, or you might stay in the hospital overnight. You need to be able to drink liquids before you go home.

Pain at the incision sites and in your abdomen is common. You might also have pain in your shoulders. This is from the air put into your abdomen during the operation. The shoulder pain should go away in 24 to 48 hours. Be sure to call your surgeon or family doctor if you have any of problems below.

  • Fever over 101 degrees F (38.5 C)
  • Severe pain or swelling in the belly
  • Yellow skin (jaundice)
  • Feeling sick to your stomach or throwing up (nausea or vomiting) – Call your doctor if you cannot eat or drink.
  • Blood or pus coming from any of the small cuts in the surgery area – Or redness that spreads or gets worse.
  • Pain that your medicines do not help
  • Breathing problems or a cough that does not get better.

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy is a boon for mankind. The advancement in medical science saves the patient from enormous risk and pain . The family and loved ones are saved a lot of stress and fear.

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