Dr. Harsh Sheth Talks About Laparoscopic Surgery

Every field is growing with new technologies and advancements!

The field of medicine is no exception!

One of the most beneficial and popular advancements in the field of medicine and surgery is laparoscopic surgery!

Dr. Harsh Sheth, a top bariatric and laparoscopic surgeon in Mumbai, says, “Laparoscopy provides many benefits and is one of the most valuable and the best advancement in the field of medicine and surgery. It is the biggest boon, especially for those suffering from abdominal issues.” Dr. Harsh Sheth is known to provide the best laparoscopic surgery in Mumbai.

Are you wondering what this incredible advancement in the field of medicine and surgery called Laparoscopy is all about?
You might be excited to learn about this beneficial advancement, isn’t it?

Then keep reading this article. In this article, Dr. Harsh Sheth, the renowned laparoscopic surgeon, talks about Laparoscopy, its benefits, procedure, and more.

So, let’s begin!

First, let’s know what exactly Laparoscopy is?

Laparoscopy is a surgical, diagnostic procedure that helps examine the organs inside one’s abdomen by making small incisions instead of large incisions. It is a minimally invasive procedure and is less risky. It helps the surgeon look inside the body in real-time and gives more vision and control to the laparoscopic surgeon during the surgery. This has made laparoscopic surgery one of the most preferred surgeries today! Laparoscopic surgery is popular in treating pelvic and abdominal regions.

What are the benefits of laparoscopic surgery?

Laparoscopic surgery provides various benefits that open surgery can’t provide, thus making laparoscopic surgery the most preferred choice of the majority, says Dr. Harsh Sheth. Some of the benefits of laparoscopic surgery are as follows-
As small incisions are made, the pain experienced in the surgery is minimal.

  • Loss of blood is less compared to open surgery.
  • The risk of infections is decreased.
  • Laparoscopic surgery allows speedier recovery, and the stay at the hospital is also shorter than open surgery.
  • The scarring is minimal.

And there is one extra benefit of laparoscopic surgery that you can get if you do the surgery from Dr. Harsh Sheth!

The benefit of cost!

Yes, Dr. Harsh Sheth provides effective laparoscopic surgery at affordable rates in Mumbai!

So, what are you waiting for?

Now, let us understand the applications of Laparoscopy.

What are the applications of Laparoscopy?

Laparoscopy helps in diagnosing and identifying the source of abdominal and pelvic pain. Laparoscopy is preferred, especially when the non-invasive procedures fail to provide the proper diagnosis.

It may also be used to take a tissue sample or a biopsy from a specific organ in the abdomen.

Laparoscopy is commonly used in examining the following organs-

  • Gallbladder
  • Pancreas
  • Liver
  • Appendix
  • Pelvic region
  • Large and small intestines
  • Stomach etc.

The examination of the above organs helps the laparoscopic surgeon to detect the following-

  • Liver Disease
  • A tumor or mass in the abdomen
  • The extent to which specific cancer has grown.
  • Fluid in the abdominal cavity

Laparoscopic surgery helps patients get correct and timely treatment by providing a proper diagnosis. Dr. Harsh Sheth believes that identifying a problem is the first step to the solution. Thus, with appropriate diagnosis and identification of the problem, Laparoscopy helps one take the first step towards the solution!

If you are planning to undergo laparoscopic surgery, you would be eager to learn about the procedure from the start till the end, right?

After all, awareness is the first step to getting ready for any procedure or surgery!

Thus, Dr. Harsh Sheth helps one get prepared for laparoscopic surgery by helping one first understand the whole procedure completely. He clears all the doubts of his patients before the surgery. Thus, by replacing the doubt of patients with awareness and knowledge, Dr. Harsh Sheth is able to successfully replace the anxiety and discomfort of patients towards the surgery with confidence and comfort and make them mentally prepared for the procedure. And for physical preparedness, the doctor may perform specific tests like blood tests, ECG, X-ray, CT scan, etc. If you are taking any medications, it is recommended to let the doctor know about them.

The doctor may also advise you to stop eating or drinking for a minimum of 8 hours prior to the surgery.

Now, as one is mentally and physically prepared to begin and travel the laparoscopic journey, it is time to begin the journey!

The journey begins:

Initially, you will be given general or local anesthesia. Then Dr. Harsh Sheth will make an incision below your belly button. Then a tube called a cannula is pushed in. The cannula is used to fill your abdomen with CO2 gas. This gas lets the doctor see your abdomen more clearly.

Inflating your abdomen helps the doctor insert the laparoscope( a thin and long tube with a high-intensity light and a high-resolution camera at the front) through the cut. The camera on the laparoscope shows the images on the screen, thus allowing the doctor to see your organs in real-time.

The number and size of incisions Dr. Harsh Sheth makes will depend on what diseases he is trying to confirm or rule out. Most of the time, you get from one to four incisions that are each between 1 and 2 centimeters long, but this can vary. These cuts let other instruments be put in. For example, the doctor might need to use another surgical tool to do a biopsy. When they do a biopsy, they take a small piece of tissue from an organ and look at it.

After the procedure is over, the instruments are taken away. Then, stitches or surgical tape are used by Dr. Harsh Sheth to close up your incisions. Bandages can be used to cover the incisions.

After the surgery, the doctor will observe your condition and then release you from the hospital accordingly.

Wait! The laparoscopic journey is not yet over!

For a beautiful end to the journey, it is crucial to follow specific guidelines given by the doctor.

After all, isn’t it said that “All well that ends well!”

So, for a beautiful ending to the laparoscopy journey and to reach the desired destination of excellent health and recovery, it is essential to follow the following guidelines given by Dr. Harsh Sheth-

  • It is necessary to rest appropriately and resume your routine activities only after 2-3 days.
  • Follow-up appointments with the doctor should be attended as per the schedule.
  • The doctor recommends doing light activities to decrease the risk of blood clots.
  • Getting a good amount of sleep is essential.
  • Dr. Harsh advises wearing loose-fitting clothes.
  • If you have a sore throat, you can reduce the pain by using throat lozenges.
  • Avoid drinking alcohol and avoid driving for at least 24 hours after surgery.

So, with this, one completes the laparoscopy journey and reaches the desired destination of excellent health!

Remember, to have a smooth laparoscopy journey that leads to a beautiful end; it is essential to have an experienced laparoscopic surgeon by your side like Dr. Harsh Sheth, who can help and guide you throughout the journey of Laparoscopy!

So, what are you waiting for?

Visit Dr. Harsh Sheth now to have an effective and smooth laparoscopic surgery!

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