Laparoscopy :

The laparoscopy is a modern technique of surgery which is minimally invasive. The operation takes place through the tiny incisions of 0.5- 1.5 cm which is quite small than the large incisions in the laparotomy.

Here are some of the merits of the technique.

  • There are less morbidity and postoperative pain in laparoscopy.
  • The formation of postoperative adhesion decreases.
  • The chances of fever for the external contamination of body like the suture and lint and the tissue handling reduces.
  • Shorter stay at the hospital.

Need for the laparoscopy diagnosis surgery

  • In the case of the pelvic inflammatory disease.
  • Laparoscopy is a helpful method to evaluate the patient’s condition who have the chronic or acute pelvic pain.
  • A laparoscopy is a safe approach in the case of ectopic pregnancy.
  • The method also helps to evaluate the peritoneal and tubal factors regarding infertile patients.
  • With the method, adnexal torsion diagnosis takes place in time as well.

The procedure of the Laparoscopy in Indian clinic involves the following process.

Firstly, the patient remains in the lithotomy position, and their head kept low between ten and twenty degrees such that there is displacement in the intestine cranially. The periumbilical site which is the thinnest site and also at the least distance from the anterior peritoneum is the most favored site in case of the absence of the operative scar for the insertion of veress needle.

After achieving the adequate insufflations, the doctors will remove the veress needle and insert the trocar. The confirmation that there was the right placement of the trocar is known if the gas escapes after removing the trocar from the sleeve. Then the insertion of laparoscope takes place along with the confirmation of the right intraperitoneal placement.