Dr. Rajesh Dhake - Laparoscopic Urosurgeon in Pune
Dr. Rajesh Dhake is one of the Laparoscopic Urosurgeon in Pune with the ample of experience in treating patients with urological problems with this minimally invasive technique.
Laparoscopic or “minimally invasive” surgery is where the surgeon makes a very small incision, often in the patient’s belly button, and uses this incision to insert a camera, called a laparoscope, into the abdominal cavity.
The surgeon then looks at a television screen to perform the operation. Carbon dioxide, a nontoxic and odourless gas, is then used to create an air pocket within the abdomen for the surgeon to operate.
Depending on the operation, one or more additional incisions, less than a half-inch in size, are made to insert surgical instruments into the abdomen to perform the procedure. At Dr. Dhake Urology Clinic, we have the laparoscopic urosurgeon in Pune, who have ample of experience in treating laparoscopy patients successfully. The laparoscopic medical procedure is as protected as a conventional open medical procedure in the master hand. The specialist at first examines the abdomen to decide if the laparoscopic medical procedure might be securely performed. On the off chance that there is a lot of aggravation or if the specialist experiences different variables that keep an unmistakable perspective of the structures, the specialist may need to make a larger incision in order to complete the operation safely.
Advantages of Laparoscopy
There are many advantages of laparoscopic surgery compared with traditional surgery, which is performed through large incisions. Patients have much less discomfort, require less pain medicine and shorter hospital stay.
They are able to get up and walk around sooner and get back to their regular activities earlier. With long incisions, patients are usually restricted in their activities when they go home to prevent developing a hernia at the incision site. Hernias rarely occur at laparoscopic incision sites, so patients can exercise and lift a lot earlier. They are also less likely to develop wound infections because the incisions are so small. Because patients are able to get out of bed sooner they are less likely to develop blot clots or pneumonia than with traditional surgery.
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