Pioneers in Laproscopic Surgery, Life Care Hospital offers advice on most basic surgeries such as gall bladder related ailments to more complicated surgeries including all type of intestinal, stomach, thyroid and breast related complaints. With expertise in minimally invasive, highly precise surgeries, we focus on minimizing the patient stay at hospital with many surgery discharge to be just 24 hrs.
Dr. Jai Prakash Jaiswal
With experience of 40 years, Dr. JP Jaiswal is an expert Laproscopic Surgeon, adept at treating complicated cases.
Cholecystectomy (Gall Bladder Removal)
Cholecystectomy is a laproscopic procedure used to treat pain caused due to gallstones in the Gallbladder/Bile Duct and/or Gallbladder Inflammation/ Pancreas Inflammation.
Cholecystectomy is a minimally invasive procedure where small incisions are made to remove the gall bladder from the abdomen. This is usually a less complicated procedure and involves minimum pain and discomfort to the patient. (include picture)
Hernia is a bulging of an organ or a tissue through an abnormal opening. The various types of Hernia Inguinal (groin), Epigastric hernia (belly button), Ventral Hernia (abdominal wall), Incisional Hernia (incompletely healed would) and Hiatal Hernia (stomach) can be treated bylaproscopic surgery. As there is no non-surgical treatment for hernia, it is recommended that hernia is treated via surgery at the earliest.
Appendectomy is a common emergency surgery which involves the removal of the appendix when it is infected. Appendix can easily be removed by a laproscopic surgery involving minimal incision and recovery time.
Hemorrhoids are swollen veins in the anus and lower rectum. There are many non surgicalmethods to treat hemorrhoids such as rubber band ligation and sclerotherapy, photocoagulation and electrocoagulation.(include picture) more pls ask drAbhinav
Surgery may involve a complete removal of the hemorrhoids, known as a hemorrhoidectomy.It may also involve stapling, where a prolapsed hemorrhoid is tacked back into place. Most people can go home on the same day as the surgery.
Fitsula and Fissure
Anal Fitsula can only be treated by surgery. A Fitsula surgery is suggested depending on the condition of the patient. Fissures can be treated by both non-surgical and surgical procedures. In severe conditions, lateral internal sphincterotomy (LIS) can be performed which involves cutting a small portion of the anal sphincter muscle to reduce spasm and pain.
Breast and other surgical procedures
Breast surgeries such as mastectomy (complete removal of the breast), Lumpectomy (removal of cancer of other abnormal tissue), fibroadenoma (removal of benign lumps in the breast) are performed with precision. Other surgeries might include abscess removal, thyroidectomy and gynecologic laparoscopy procedures such as Non-Descent Vaginal Hysteresctomy (NDVH), tubal ligation, and ovarian cyst removal to name a few.