Noida Sector 12

Noida Sector 11

Faridabad

Preet Vihar, Delhi

Pandav Nagar, Delhi

Haridwar

Jaipur

Meerut

Rewari

Vadodara

Overview

When gastrointestinal tract issues necessitate surgical intervention, patients often face a choice between traditional surgery and minimally invasive techniques. Laparoscopic Upper Gut Surgery encompasses endoscopic and surgical procedures performed using minimally invasive techniques on organs such as the Oesophagus, Gallbladder, Spleen, Liver, Pancreas, Stomach, and Small intestine. Conducted by Upper GI Surgeons, this approach enables complex operations with minimal scarring and faster recovery.

Diagnosis and Treatment

Laparoscopy facilitates the diagnosis and treatment of various upper gut disorders, offering an enlarged view of the digestive tract. Conditions addressed include:

Anti-reflux surgery and Hiatus Hernia Repair: Laparoscopic repair effectively treats Hiatus hernia, preventing complications like acid reflux and oesophageal damage.

Gastrectomy: Partial or complete stomach removal, performed laparoscopically for benign and malignant conditions.

Oesophagectomy: Removal of part or all of the oesophagus, typically for cancer, conducted laparoscopically.

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy: Surgical gall bladder removal for gallstones or related diseases, boasting high success rates and minimal complications.

Hepatectomy (Liver surgery): Laparoscopic liver resection, often preferred for tumour removal to minimize risks associated with open surgery.

Pancreatectomy: Partial pancreas removal, primarily for cancerous or pre-cancerous tumours, with laparoscopic or open approaches based on the case.

Splenectomy: Surgical spleen removal, commonly for haematological conditions, feasible via laparoscopy if spleen size permits.

Why Choose Laparoscopic Upper Gut Surgery Today?

Benefits of Laparoscopic Upper Gut Surgery:

Minimized Scarring: Laparoscopic techniques involve smaller incisions, leading to reducedscarring compared to traditional open surgery. Quicker Recovery: Patients undergoing laparoscopic surgery typically experience faster recovery times and can return to normal activities sooner. Less Pain: Minimally invasive approaches result in less post-operative pain and discomfort, contributing to improved patient comfort during recovery. Shorter Hospital Stay:

Due to the minimally invasive nature of laparoscopic surgery, patients often have shorter hospital stays, allowing for faster discharge and reduced healthcare costs. Reduced Risk of Complications: With smaller incisions and less tissue trauma, laparoscopic procedures carry a lower risk of post-operative complications such as infection and bleeding. Improved Cosmetic Outcomes: The smaller incisions in laparoscopic surgery lead to better cosmetic outcomes, with less visible scarring compared to open surgery. Enhanced Precision: Laparoscopic procedures utilize advanced imaging technology, allowing surgeons to perform complex operations with greater precision and accuracy. Optimal Patient Satisfaction: Overall, laparoscopic upper gut surgery offers patients a more comfortable and satisfying surgical experience, with fewer complications and faster recovery times.

Expert Care at Metro Group of Hospitals: Our Department of Gastroenterology & Gastro-Surgery is dedicated to providing comprehensive care for Hepatobiliary and Digestive Systems disorders. Equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and expert medical staff, we ensure optimal outcomes and patient satisfaction.

At Metro Group of Hospitals, we prioritize patient well-being and strive to deliver superior healthcare services, ensuring a seamless experience throughout the treatment journey.