Laparoscopic Surgery in Haryana

The Laparoscopic Surgery Department is well equipped with all the advanced technology and excellent infrastructure, and is supported by a skilled team of surgeons, trained technical staff and nurses. The department specializes in performing a variety of major surgeries involving breast, uterus, skin, soft tissues, abdomen and hernia. Laparoscopic surgery is also known as minimally invasive surgery or a key-hole surgery. Laparoscopic surgeries are widely performed in the fields like gastroenterology, gynecology and urology. Patients receive accurate diagnosis and assessment, latest treatment techniques along with medications, clinical post-operative care and regular follow-ups specially until complete recovery.

The benefits of laparoscopic technique over traditional open surgery include shorter length of hospital stay and speedy recovery time, lesser pain, minimal tissue trauma and bleeding after the operation, and reduced scarring. The team of surgeons are experts in performing variety of laparoscopic surgeries with great precision, and offering quality services and utmost care.

Why is laparoscopy performed?

The doctor may recommend laparoscopy for the treatment and examination of the following organs:

  • Appendix
  • Gallbladder
  • Liver
  • Pancrease
  • Small Intestine and Large Intestine (Colon)
  • Spleen
  • Stomach
  • Pelvic or Reproductive Organs

Common laparoscopic procedures offered:

Here is a list of some common laparoscopic procedures offered by Guardian Hospital:

  • Hernia Surgery - Hernia refers to a lump of tissues or a small part of the abdominal organs such as the intestines, that protrudes via an opening in the wall of the abdomen. Although the problem may not always induce any major symptom, in some cases it can give rise to unbearable pain and discomfort. During the laparoscopic procedure, the surgeon pushes back the protruding tissue or organ into the abdominal cavity and repairs the hole to prevent the reoccurrence of the problem.
  • Gall Bladder Removal - Commonly referred to as cholecystectomy, the procedure is performed on patients suffering from a serious disease, infection or malignancy involving the gall bladder. Laparoscopic surgery helps to extract the organ without the need for large incisions, as in case of the conventional surgery.
  • Appendectomy - It refers to the surgical removal of the appendix and is performed when the patient's appendix is severely infected due to a viral disease, obstruction or malignancy. The surgical procedure is carried out by making multiple tiny incisions to insert the special equipment, which is then guided with the help of a surgical camera.
  • Anti-reflux Surgery - The surgical procedure is performed on patients suffering from chronic gastroesophageal reflux disease. The procedure is commonly referred to as fundoplication. The surgery helps to stop the reflex acid present in the stomach from entering the oesophagus, thereby alleviating the risks of inflammation and ulceration.
  • Weight :Loss Surgery - Various bariatric surgical procedures are now carried out via laparoscopic means. Unlike the conventional surgical procedures that involved large cuts and a longer recovery period, such surgeries can be carried out via tiny keyhole incisions. The time taken for recovery is also very short.