The advancements and high-end technology developments in Surgeries is a big boon to society. High number of sutures, longer hospital stays, prolonged recovery time are in the bygone era for most of the surgeries.
Laparoscopy also called keyhole surgery is a type of surgical procedure that allows a surgeon to access the inside of the abdomen and pelvis without having to make a large incision (cut in the skin).
Do not be unduly be worried about the healing time, recovery time, post-operative care etc. Just book an appointment and get an expert opinion from our Physicians and Surgeons. Our experts will decide and guide you in whether to opt for Laparoscopic surgery or open surgery based on the condition of the patient as well as the requirements of the procedures.
Our Surgical Department has all the latest equipment required for routine and laparoscopic procedures (Cholecystectomy, appendicectomy, LAVH, etc). we have a full-fledged postoperative recovery room with monitors and 24 hours dedicated doctor facility.
Please remember, safety and quality always take precedence over cost in healthcare, particularly – in any Surgery. We at Medilife, strive hard and committed to providing you the best possible care. A safe and quality surgery is decided on several factors including these simple four factors –
(1) Assessing the patient condition;
(2) Administering safe delivery of anesthesia;
(3) Taking care of Prophylaxis against infection;
(4) Working as a great team – Surgeons, Nurses, and other Staff.
On one hand, surgery is gaining in efficiency it is equally getting more and more complex and on the other hand, patients are getting more and more demanding. With our five-year successful journey, with hundreds of successful surgeries, we love to listen from you and advise you.
BOOK A PRE-SURGERY APPOINTMENT NOW and be informed on the best possible options for you.
- Laparoscopy Appendectomy (appendix)
- Laparoscopy Cholecystectomy (hall bladder stones)
- Laparoscopy Ovarian Cysts.
- Laparoscopy Hysterectomy (Uterus) fibroids
- Ruptured ectopic pregnancy
- Ovarian torsion
- Piles (Hemorrhoids)
- Bowel perforation
- Fissure in Ano
- Intestinal obstruction
- Uterus fibroids
- Varicose Veins
- Hydatid Cyst
- Incisional Hernia
- Diabetic ulcers