Adv. Lap Urology
Laparoscopy is a type of operation in which a small telescope with an internal magnification mechanism and a variety of long, thin surgical instruments are inserted through approximately 3-5 incisions on the abdomen to carry out major urological procedures in a minimally invasive manner. This allows the surgeon to perform the procedure with greater precision and accuracy. Patients who have undergone these treatments receive the therapeutic benefits of standard open surgery and the advantages of less postoperative discomfort, shorter hospitalizations, faster recoveries, and improved cosmetic outcomes.
The laparoscopic urological procedures performed at Shanti Madan Hospital, Muzaffarnagar, are considered to be among the best in the world. At SMH, the most significant urological procedures are performed using laparoscopic techniques by Dr. Sahaj Garg. Every patient who expresses interest in this particular surgical modality receives a personalized evaluation and counselling from our team.
Lap Assisted Stone Removal
For laparoscopic-assisted removal of bladder stones, a small cut (3-5 mm) is made in the abdomen, and a port is put in so the camera can be put into the abdomen. Once the organs in the abdomen have been found, a second cut is made over the Bladder. A second port is put in, and the Bladder is pulled back to the edge of the cut. The Bladder is cut open, and temporary sutures are used to hold it in place. Grasping forceps, wire baskets, or suction can remove stones, depending on how big and how many there are. Once the stones have been taken out, a camera can be put into the Bladder to ensure all the stones have been taken out. The laparoscopic ports and the Bladder are then closed in a normal way. Dr. Sahaj Garg at Shanti Madan Hospital, Muzaffarnagar, carefully do this.
Lap Nephrectomy (Kidney Removal)
During a radical nephrectomy, the surgeon removes the kidney in its entirety, the fatty tissues surrounding the kidney, and a part of the tube that runs from the kidney to the bladder. If a tumour is located nearby or affects the adrenal gland, Dr. Sahaj Garg at Shanti Madan Hospital, Muzaffarnagar, may have to remove the adrenal gland on top of the kidney. In some circumstances, removing lymph nodes or other tissues may also be necessary.
Your kidney function may be completely normal after nephrectomy or partial nephrectomy. Dr. Sahaj Garg at Shanti Madan Hospital, Muzaffarnagar, may suggest you consume a nutritious diet, participate in daily physical exercise, and go in for frequent checks to monitor your kidney health and maintain normal kidney function. This will allow your doctor to keep an eye on your kidney health.
Dr. Sahaj Garg may suggest further lifestyle adjustments if you experience chronic renal disease (lower kidney function) after undergoing a total or partial nephrectomy. Some of these include considering dietary modifications and being selective about the prescription and over-the-counter drugs you consume.
Shanti Madan Hospital in Muzaffarnagar is one of the best places to get a Lap Nephrolysis. For Lap Nephrolysis in Muzaffarnagar, we give our patients the best care and hospital experience possible. We have top-notch doctors like Dr. Sahaj Garg and cutting-edge technology all under one roof, ensuring that patients get good care.
We have the most up-to-date tools for diagnosing and treating cases in ways that aren't common. At Shanti Madan Hospital in Muzaffarnagar, we treat each patient well based on their needs to ensure personalized care. We follow strict rules for controlling infections so that problems don't happen.
Laparoscopic pyeloplasty is a minimally invasive operation that allows for reconstructive surgery to be performed on a constriction or scarring at the point where the ureter (the tube that drains urine from the kidney to the Bladder) joins to the kidney. This procedure is known as pyeloplasty.
When the ureter is blocked or constricted at the area where it exits the kidney, this procedure is performed to repair the problem. This anomaly, known as a ureteropelvic junction (UPJ) blockage, causes urine outflow from the kidney to be inefficient and slow due to decreased blood flow to the area. Pain in the abdomen and flanks, kidney stones, infection, high blood pressure, and a decline in kidney function are all possible complications that may arise from an obstructed UPJ.
Laparoscopic radical prostatectomy is a type of surgery that uses a small incision to remove a cancerous prostate. Laparoscopic surgery differs from traditional open surgery because it uses five small cuts instead of one large. This means less damage to the abdomen, the results look better, and most people heal faster.
Dr. Sahaj Garg at Shanti Madan Hospital, Muzaffarnagar, has done more laparoscopic prostatectomy procedures. We are looking into how the procedure compares to the open radical prostatectomy in terms of long-term effects. Early results show that the return to continence and potency is about the same as after an open surgery.
Dr. Sahaj Garg at Shanti Madan Hospital, Muzaffarnagar, will give you a full evaluation and contact the right doctors for your condition.