(Minimal Access, Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery Department)
We have very much advanced set up in laparoscopic surgery. Our Laparoscopic surgeons perform various laparoscopic procedures like Laparoscopic cholecystectomy (Elective as well as for Acute Cholecystitis), SILS cholecystectomy, TAPP, TEP procedures for inguinal hernias, IPOM and eTEP for ventral hernias, laparoscopic appendectomy, laparoscopic fundoplication for GERD, laparoscopic Diaphragmatic hernia repair, laparoscopic cardiomyotomy for achlasia cardia, laparoscopic bariatric surgery and other gastrointestinal surgeries.
Using high-definition imaging technology and precision instruments, our surgeons work through a few tiny incisions to perform thousands of these procedures each year. This high-volume experience means better outcomes for patients and helps our surgeons lead new innovations in the field and integrate these techniques into patient care.
Noora Hospital has got state of art laparoscopic theatres. We have many laparoscopic surgery trained technicians, HD cameras, Harmonic shears, Enseal shears etc. We have state of the art sterilisation unit which is run by qualified technicians. Our laparoscopic department is headed by National Board Certified fellow in minimal access surgery who has undergone thorough training in laparoscopic surgery and has a vast experience of basic and advanced laparoscopic procedures. Our hospital has reputation of excellent post-operative patient care.
The minimal invasive surgery department at Noora hospital is dedicated to providing with the highest quality of care in diagnosis and treatment with the most advanced surgical techniques available in modern medicine. A minimal access approach to surgery, laproscopic surgery, offer patients the benefit of smaller incision, less pain and shortened hospital stay compared with conventional (or "open") surgery. Minimally invasive surgery generally involves:
- A quicker recovery and return to normal activities
- An earlier discharge, as many procedures are done on an outpatient basis
- Dramatically reduced bleeding and postoperative pain
- Fewer and/or smaller scars
- Lesser risk of wound infection and incisional hernias
Dr. Rajandeep Singh Bali
Dr. Muddassir N Shahdhar