What is Laparoscopic surgery
It is a minimally invasive, modern technology-based surgery that helps a surgery visualize and operate on the insides of a patient’s abdomen without having to make huge incisions or cuts. A small tube with a camera attached to its end is passed through a puncture and the internal organs are visualized through a video monitor attached. Due to its procedure, it is also known as a ‘key-hole’ surgery. Laparoscopy is used in many fields from gynecology to gastroenterology and urology. It gives the patients a quick and more precise treatment while reducing their hospital time and post-operative complications.