SINGLE PORT LAPAROSCOPY SURGERY IN GYNECOLOGY- Ramesh
- ISBN 9789350906385
- Edition 1/e
- Publish Year 2014
- Pages 190
- Size 8.5" X 11"
- Cover Type Hard Back
- With CD/DVD Yes
- Weight (Grams) 890
In this book, it has been tried to encompass all aspects of LESS. In the initial section, the basic principles of single-port surgery are described, followed by procedures, complications, limitations and how to overcome them. Single-incision laparoscopic surgeory has brought a new understanding, skill and technique to minimally invasive surgery. With the development of newer optics, articulating instruments and vessel sealing devices, it is now clear that with minimal number of instruments and reduced manipulation, the surgery can be accomplished. In this book, newer optics and various instruments, both straight and articulating, which are suited to single-port surgery, are described. The dictum is, simpler the surgery, the easier the performance with SILS. That way, around 60% of all gynecological surgeries can be done with SILS in regular practice. The best part of SILS is that the same port can be used for tissue removal without making incision laterally, which is more painful. Like every other surgery, SILS has got its own limitations and complications that are well described.
• First elaborative book on Laparoendoscopic Single-Site Surgery (LESS) in gynecology
• A complete reference guide for gynecologic laparoscopic surgeons who plan to venture into the field of Single-Port Laparoscopic Surgeries
• Organized into 3 sections with a separate section on 'our experience'
• Exhaustive description of access, ports, instruments and techniques related to Single-Port Surgeries.
• Describes surgical procedures in detail for complete understanding of the reader
• Comprehensive description of benefits, limitations and complications
• Informative chapter on skill training
• A number of pictures, illustrations and tables to simplify and explain the surgical procedures in LESS
• Includes interactive DVD-ROM of live single-incision access laparoscopic surgeries.