1. The abdominal cavity is not cut and is not exposed to the air.
2. The exposure of the surgical field with the aid of the camera system is more adequate than conventional surgery.
3. The above parts of the surgical operation will not be disturbed by unnecessary operations.
4, incision, ligation, and hemostasis mainly rely on electrocoagulation surgery to complete, the foreign body in the surgical site is significantly reduced, pelvic adhesions are reduced.
1. At the same time, it has both diagnostic and therapeutic effects:
Laparoscopic laparoscopic surgery can replace most of the abdominal laparotomy. A typical example is the pelvic inflammatory adhesion mass. Due to the use of laparoscopic laparoscopic surgery, patients and physicians avoid blind laparotomy. On the other hand, laparoscopic techniques The diagnosis can be performed at the same time, especially in ectopic pregnancy, ovarian rupture, infertility and other diseases, the superiority is more obvious.
2. The patient recovers quickly after surgery:
Laparoscopic surgery in the closed pelvic cavity, the patient's trauma is much less than the abdominal surgery, in the past traditional surgery such as ovarian cysts, ectopic pregnancy, etc., patients need 24 hours to get out of bed, postoperative analgesics 3-7 days after surgery, it can move freely. In the case of laparoscopic laparoscopic surgery, patients can get out of bed after surgery. Most patients do not need analgesics, and they can move freely on the 1st postoperative day. Urination and dysfunction.
3. The patient's hospitalization day is reduced:
No matter how complicated the laparoscopic surgery does not require a longer hospital stay, the average hospital stay is significantly shorter than the abdominal surgery. The average length of hospitalization for patients undergoing laparoscopic surgery was 5 days, and the average hospital stay for similar surgery was 11 days. The preoperative hospitalization days were shortened and the bed turnover rate was accelerated.
4, abdominal wall cosmetic effect and less pelvic adhesions:
Laparoscopic surgery only performs a 0.5-1.0 cm puncture in the umbilicus and lower abdomen, and there is no long scar in the abdominal surgery. Compared with transabdominal surgery, patients with laparoscopic laparoscopic surgery have less pelvic adhesions. During abdominal surgery, surgical instruments, operators operate on tissue extrusion, organs are exposed to the air, and excessive sutured omentum during surgery. The tendency to adhere to the peritoneal wound is an inevitable factor in the occurrence of adhesions. The laparoscopic laparoscopic surgery has little interference with the pelvic cavity, and there is no contact with the tissue such as gauze or suture, which makes the postoperative pelvic and abdominal cavity adhesions much less than the abdominal surgery. For some diseases such as endometriosis, which are prone to adhesion and recurrence, laparoscopic laparoscopic surgery can be performed multiple times, and pelvic adhesions after multiple abdominal operations are not easy to occur.
5, saving medical expenses:
Laparoscopic surgery reduces the economic burden of society, units, and patients. The reduction of hospitalization days, the rapid recovery after surgery, and the reduction of medications all reduce the cost of patients. In addition, due to minor trauma, patients can recover in a short period of time. Work, and the loss of income due to illness, the need for family care and other issues does not exist.
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