Multiple Fibroids of American Patient Removed by Laparoscopic Surgery

Published: Tue Oct 28 2008

Miss. Janetta, Who was suffering from multiple fibroid and was having severe pain due to this disease came to India and got her successful surgery at Laparoscopy Hospital, New Delhi. She is living in USA and she was not able to afford the expensive surgery in America. Fibroid is the one of the common problems in female of reproductive age group. Previously it was removed by a "Laparotomy" operation (cutting open the stomach). Now, fibroids can be removed very easily and safely by Endoscopic operation. Day care minimal access surgery and resuming to her routine activities in two days and all the benefits attached to Endoscopic surgery better visualization and accessibility makes it safer and better to remove a fibroid through Endoscopy.

Surgeons at Laparoscopy Hospital are experienced Laparoscopic Surgeons & they have experience of most of the advanced General Surgical, Gynecological and Urological Surgeries with world class infra structure in Ahmedabad for any difficult & complicated laparoscopic surgeries.

Surgeons believe that patient does not come to India just to save money but they trust skill, expertise and experience of the doctors. Surgeon's in India is also offering video of patient's Laparoscopic surgery i.e. live operative files is the best example of transparency in medical practice for complicated case to all minimal access surgical patients. Human approach, personalized care and homely environment and honesty are free added benefits to the patient who come to India for medical tourism. Last but not least, at a very low cost compare to other countries is the great benefit to poor humanity. Myomectomy means the surgical removal of just the fibroid, with reconstruction and repair of the uterus without losing the function of Uterus. There are now a number of techniques used to perform myomectomy. Myomectomy can be performed through an abdominal incision, vaginal incision, with a laparoscope, or with hysteroscopic resection. Myomectomy relieves symptoms in more than 75% of women and make them able to deliver again.

The restoration and maintenance of normal function of uterus is, or should be, the ultimate goal of surgical treatment, said Victor Bonney, an early advocate of abdominal myomectomy, in 1931. However, women are often told that myomectomy is not appropriate for them because hysterectomy is safer, is associated with less bleeding or that uterine muscle cancer (sarcoma) may be present. However, recent studies dispute all of those claims and myoma surgery is quite safe in experienced hand.

Laparoscopic surgery for myoma is usually performed as in-patient surgery under general anesthesia and has absolutely revolutionized gynecologic surgery because of the short hospital stay and quick recovery. The technique continues to evolve as new laparoscopic instruments are developed. Because of the small size of the incisions and the level of skill needed to correctly perform the minimal access surgery, this procedure is actually harder for a physician to perform and takes more skill and training than abdominal surgery.

After laparoscopic myomectomy, most women are able to leave the hospital day after surgery. For more extensive surgery, a two day stay may safer. Because the incisions are very small, postoperative course is usually associated with minimal discomfort. Since the abdominal cavity is not opened to external environment and inside humidity is well maintained, bacteria are less likely to reach the area of surgery, and the risk of infection is very low compare to open surgery. The intestines are not directly exposed to the drying effect of room air, or the irritating effects of the sterile gauze sponges used to hold the bowel out of the way during traditional abdominal surgery. As a result, the human intestines usually begin to work normally again immediately after laparoscopic surgery without having long period of paralytic ileus said Prof. Mishra, Director, Laparoscopy hospital, New Delhi. According to him after laparoscopic myomectomy, women usually can walk the day of surgery, drive in about 1 week and return to normal activity, work, and exercise within two weeks.

Internet can be ultimate source for selecting right surgeon & right highly specialized place for complicated case in the world. Patient gets very fast & reliable information. Doctors are invited to see her video to learn unique surgical technique, photos and all reports of this interesting case & contact at Laparoscopy Hospital. India is a huge country and in a country as diverse and complex as India, it is not surprising to find that people here reflect the rich glories of the past, the culture, traditions and values relative to geographic locations and the numerous distinctive manners, habits and food that will always remain truly Indian.
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