General & Laparoscopic Surgery

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We have used laparoscopic surgery to treat a wide range of diseases, including those of the: abdomen (including adhesion, blockages), appendix, colon, oesophagus, gallbladder, glands (including adrenal), hernias (including hiatal), intestines, pancreas, spleen, and stomach. This technique being the most painless and allows for smooth operation has become the most preferred modality in the surgical management of a now growing list of diseases. We provide the best laparoscopic surgery with a specialized team of minimal access surgeons who work in harmony to provide state-of-the-art surgical services while offering compassionate patient care.

Advantages of Laparoscopic Surgery:

• Faster Recovery
• Easy Mobility
• Early Discharge
• Smaller Incisions
• Less Pain: Less tissue trauma and less post-operative pain
• Less Dependence on pain relievers
• Low risk of infection
Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery (SILS) can be regarded as the future of Laparoscopic Surgery. Feenixx, department of General and Laparoscopic Surgery specializes in the same and is one of the few centres of the country to provide this unique treatment procedure.


The main procedure involves the following steps:
A patient is given a general anaesthetic and feels no pain throughout the procedure.
One or more small incisions are made in the abdomen, usually around the belly button area.
A tube is inserted at the incision site and the abdomen is inflated with carbon dioxide gas. This allows the surgeon a better view of the internal organs, as well as more room to work. The laparoscope is inserted through the tube and images of the internal structures are relayed to the TV monitor.
Surgical instruments can then be inserted via further small incisions that can be made, depending on what the surgeon finds and what procedures they need to perform.
Once the operation is finished, the gas is expelled from the abdomen and the incision is closed using stitches.

Procedure Aspects:

SILS in comparison to the traditional general surgery technique and laparoscopic surgery technique is done through a ‘Single Entry Point’. The surgery only requires an incision of 20mm. Through a scope the surgeons views the internal organs and pictures are taken of the affected area. The technique aids the surgeon in providing him a wider angle of vision, thereby making the procedure more effective.
The Instruments that are used to perform SILS are flexible, giving surgeons the advantage of manoeuvrability, flexibility and greater reach.
The surgeries are usually performed through the navel and post the same only a gum is put to seal the incision. The result is less post-operative pain and least tissue trauma.
SILS is now an excellent option for patients that need treatment for gall bladder stones, Appendicitis, Hernia, selected gastrointestinal surgeries.


• Least number of incisions
• Less tissue trauma
• No Scarring
• Less chances of infection
• Early mobility
• Early discharge
• Less post-operative pain
• Less blood loss
• Lesser chances of complications
• Wider vision for the surgeons to operate