Better healing and increased safety with laparoscopic surgery.
Minimally invasive, or laparoscopic, surgery differs from traditional open surgery by using just a few small incisions, microsurgical instruments and real-time imaging instead of larger, longer incisions that come with increased risks and a longer recovery time.
In laparoscopic surgery, carbon dioxide gas is then used to inflate the abdomen before a laparoscope – a thin, hollow tube with a camera attached – is inserted through one of the trocars to allow the surgical team to view the interior of the abdomen through the monitor.
We tailor our treatments based on your lifestyle requirements and healthcare needs. At our colorectal clinic, we believe in providing personalized care as it allows for better surgical outcomes and creates a supportive environment for our patients.
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