The second most high impact rating was the "Pack Lap Chole CDS" (Table 4), which was utilized nearly universally within the ACS and BS divisions and in half the GS cases.
Bariatric Surgery Acute Care Surgery (n=2) (n=5) Total Cost $14,189 $107 Cost Per Case $139 $107 Total Quantity 105 1 Quantity Per Case 1.03 1 Cases 102 1 General Surgery (n=5 Total Cost $5,736 Cost Per Case $144 Total Quantity 40 Quantity Per Case 1 Cases 40 Table 4: Pack Lap Chole CD.
So far LC procedure has gone through evolutions ranging from four port lap chole
, single incision laparoscopic surgery (SILS), minilap and three ports LC14.
Table 2: Depicting Distribution of BMI, Sex of patient and type of surgery performed BMI MALE Easy lap Difficult Conversion chole lap chole
<25 50 38 12 -- 26-29 30 6 18 6 Total 80 44 30 6 BMI FEMALE Easy lap Difficult Conversion chole lap chole
<25 150 102 42 6 26-29 70 19 33 18 Total 220 121 75 24 Table 3: Depicting the relationship of BMI with difficult laparoscopic cholecystectomy BMI Easy lap Difficult Conversion Total chole lap chole
<25 140 (70%) 54 (27%) 6 (3%) 200 26-29 25 (25%) 51 (51%) 24 (24%) 100 Total 165 105 30 300 Table 4: Depicting the Correlation of BMI and difficulty in performing Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy No.
was once very controversial." "The robot is good for some things like pyeloplasty and just as good as lap for things like RRP, so although it may replace some lap procedures others will always remain equivalent to lap." "I think there is potential for robotics to be useful in Urology.
Is Lap chole
performed as a routine (attempted in all cases)?
A full day later, the patient is taken to the OR for a lap chole. It's a quick case.
* With contradictory results, evaluating the patient's abdomen for prior scars (a lap chole puncture scar is small but visible) would have been helpful.
The actual name of the procedure is laparoscopic cholecystectomy, referred to as "lap chole" for short.
Lap chole requires two half-inch and two quarter-inch incisions, Cone says, and one of those is through the navel, from which the gallbladder is actually removed.