Category Archive: laparascopic surgery

Jul 08

A Room Full of Miracles

laparoscopic surgery

Did you see the last launch of the SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket? It seems like a miracle. This machine functioned almost perfectly, placed 24 satellites into orbit and safely landed two of its boosters. The two side boosters touched down at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, next door to Kennedy Space Center. The central booster …

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Apr 10

The revolutionary laparoscope

The laparoscope has brought about a revolution in many surgical procedures. Operations that once required large incisions are now done through small “keyholes.”  Pain, scarring, infection risk and hospital recovery time have all been reduced.  For example, cholecystectomy (gallbladder removal surgery) once required an open incision in the patient’s abdomen and at least several days …

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Jul 02

Laparoscopic Gallbladder Removal Surgery

Laparoscopic surgery and diagnostic laparoscopy procedures have revolutionized the practice of surgery in the past three decades. Exploratory operations that once involved sizable open incisions, lengthy recovery periods and long hospital stays are largely a thing of the past. Many medical conditions that once absolutely required open-incision intervention are now routinely done as laparoscopy procedures. …

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Feb 28

Take a look at our laparoscopic surgery videos

There are still many misconceptions about modern general surgery. A great many surgeries that once required open incisions are now done with the surgical laparoscope.  You can see videos of actual laparoscopic surgeries by clicking on the link.

Feb 20

What’s Inside a Laparoscopic Surgery Suite? A Room Full of Miracles!

If you live on Florida’s East Coast or in Central Florida, you might have been lucky enough to personally witness the February 6th launch event from Cape Canaveral. If not, the Falcon Heavy liftoff and landing is on many YouTube sites and is well worth watching. It seems like a miracle that the Falcon could …

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Oct 13

How to Recognize Appendicitis

A recent article on our site discussed the function of the human appendix. The bottom line is that whatever the function of the human appendix might be, you can live perfectly well without it. To patients, the important thing about the appendix is the trouble, sometimes serious trouble, it can cause. There is good reason …

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Jul 07

About Laparoscopic Surgery

The laparoscope has a long history in medical practice, but it was not until the mid-1980s that it began to be commonly used in many surgical procedures. Today, modern laparoscopic surgery has revolutionized the way doctors perform many operations. Weight-loss surgery, thyroid surgery, hernia surgery and even organ removal procedures, like gallbladder removal, are routinely …

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Jan 11

Are you considering lap band weight-loss surgery?

The lap band procedure is done using surgical laparoscopes, meaning that the pain, scarring and recovery time involved in weight-loss surgery is now far less than with older techniques. Find out about the Lap Band procedure now.

Dec 28

How has the laparoscope changed weight-loss surgery?

Bariatric surgical procedures once involved large surgical incisions, scarring and long recovery times. This is no longer true. Find out about the new techniques that make weight-loss surgery much better. Click now on The Advantages of Laparoscopic Surgery.

Oct 17

Is Weight Loss Surgery for You?

Weight loss surgery is a big decision. And if you’re like many people, you may be wondering if you even qualify as a candidate. If so, this article will help shed some light on the subject.

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