Laparoscopic News – Robotic News

Welcome to our Surgical Oasis Laparoscopic News and Surgical Robotic News.
In this blog I’d like to share the latest news and information in regards to robotic and laparoscopic surgery. The mission of this website is to fully educate the patients and discuss their most common questions and concerns about minimally invasive surgery. Since the deterioration of patient physician relationship in our new medical system was the main reason to create this site, my goal is to restore the trust and loyalty among us by being extremely informative, caring and truthful. Enjoy!

Laparoscopic repair of giant inguinal hernia by Dr. Iraniha

Laparoscopic repair of giant inguinal hernia

Laparoscopic repair of giant inguinal hernia by Dr. Iraniha This video demonstrates my technique of hernia surgery for removal of extremely large hernia sac and incarcerated fat from the hernia defect during the laparoscopic hernia repair of a giant inguinal hernia. The large hernia sac is always adhered to the main structures like testicular blood…

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What is the bowel adhesion to surgical mesh by Dr. Iraniha

What is the bowel adhesion to surgical mesh

What is the bowel adhesion to surgical mesh by Dr. Iraniha? How Dr. Iraniha managed this mesh complication? Surgical mesh is an implant used for repairing the hernia defect. The mesh is designed to create exaggerated scar tissue in the location of hernia defect to strengthen that region. The correct placement of the surgical mesh…

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What is the adhesion band by Dr. Iraniha

What is the adhesion band?

What is the adhesion band and how does Dr. Iraniha release the adhesion band? The adhesion bands is the scar tissue that could develop in the abdominal cavity after any type of inflammatory process including infection, neoplasm or previous intra-abdominal surgical intervention. This scar tissue could wrap around the intestine and create bowel obstruction or…

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What is internal hernia by Dr. Iraniha

What is internal hernia?

What is internal hernia by Dr. Iraniha Internal Hernia is essentially a defect or a hole. This defect internal hernia can be in the abdominal wall, diaphragm or pelvic wall which are called abdominal wall hernia, diaphragmatic hernia, or pelvic wall hernia, respectively. However, there is a condition called internal hernia when due to previous…

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What is incarcerated bowel? by Dr. Iraniha

What is incarcerated bowel?

What is incarcerated bowel? The loops of bowel are in the abdominal and pelvic cavity. They are surrounded by abdominal wall and pelvic floor where they can freely move. If there is any defect in the abdominal wall or pelvic floor (abdominal wall hernia or pelvic floor hernia) or any abnormal opening/hole inside the abdominal…

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Dr. Iraniha - How to perform laparoscopic bowel anastomosis surgery

Dr. Iraniha performing bowel anastomosis surgery

How to perform laparoscopic bowel anastomosis surgery by Dr. Iraniha Performing bowel anastomosis Complex surgical procedures with laparoscopic technique or robotic technology have revolutionized the surgical field. They have offered the patients significant advantages such as less complications, less pain, faster recovery, less hospital stay and faster return to work. This video clip demonstrates how…

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Dr. Iraniha secured surgical mesh to abdominal wall - Surgical Oasis Institute

Dr. Iraniha secured surgical mesh to abdominal wall

Dr. Iraniha secured surgical mesh to abdominal wall Minimally invasive inguinal hernia repair including laparoscopic surgery and robotic surgery techniques, is the best way to repair the inguinal hernia. However, to ensure the safety of this surgery, improve the patient outcome and minimize the potential complications, the hernia repair surgeon must be precise and follow…

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