minilap

minilap

Minilaparotomy An abbreviated laparotomy used to obtain cells, document intraperitoneal hemorrhage, obtain fluids for assessing bile amylase, bacteria, or fecal material by peritoneal lavage Obstetrics Minilaps are used for sterilization See Laparotomy tubal sterilization.
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I have utilized one of the most recent developments in minilaparoscopy instrumentation--the MiniLap percutaneous surgical system (Teleflex) --to develop a minitechnique for hysterectomy I've trade-marked as the Cosmetic Hysterectomy.
So far LC procedure has gone through evolutions ranging from four port lap chole, single incision laparoscopic surgery (SILS), minilap and three ports LC14.
* MiniLap: This brand name, registered by Teleflex for its instruments, is an abbreviated version of mini-laparoscopy.
The Percuvance System complements another product, MiniLap Percutaneous Surgical System, in Teleflex's portfolio of solutions for percutaneous surgery.
Similarly, temporary methods are not promoted and there is a big gap in provision of services In female sterilisation, the technically easier mini- laparotomy surgeries are not promoted There is no focus on provision of a wellrounded family planning programme that includes choice for simple spacing methods like oral pills, condoms and IUCDs Very few surgeons in each district are trained in laparoscopic sterilisation and possibly none in minilap tubectomy procedure Monitoring mechanisms to monitor quality are not in place Instead of focusing on quality, providers are assessed and incentivised based on the number of surgeries they perform.
All patients with gynaecologic problems for elective vaginal or abdominal hysteretectomy, laparotomy, dilatation and evacuation, minilap for tubal ligation, curettage of uterus and all pregnant females undergoing elective or emergency caesarean section, spontaneous or instrumental delivery with episiotomy were given single-dose prophylaxis with cefazolin 1gm intravenous at the time of induction of anaesthesia in gynae patients and after cord-clamping in obstetric patients.
Associated Medical Disorders, Postnatal Morbidities, Post Abortal Sterilizations and Interval Minilap Tubectomies.
* Is the difference in postoperative pain between minilap and robotic significant enough to justify the increase in cost and operating room time?
The MiniLap System's small design allows for percutaneous insertion into the abdomen without the use of a trocar, resulting in less trauma for the patient.
The cases who adopted minilap (Pomeroy technique) as sterilization procedure were 2427/8264(29.36%), double puncture laparoscopy with falope rings were 1601/8264(19.37%) and tubectomy after LSCS were 4236/8264(51.25%).