Apr 25, 2022
Paras HMRI Hospital Patna launches special program on Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery. The program will be spearheaded by Dr Nasir Iqbal Nizami, Consultant- Laparoscopy and General Surgery, Paras HMRI Hospital Patna.
Paras HMRI Hospital Patna is a leading multi super specialty hospital. The hospital has all the latest equipment and facilities for laparoscopic surgery of world class standard. Paras Institute of Laparoscopic Surgery has advanced vessel sealer, ultrasonic scalpel (harmonic) and full HD camera, monitor and other necessary gadgets. The hospital with the medical expertise and the latest equipments provide the safest and latest procedures for laparoscopic surgery in Bihar.
Dr Nasir Iqbal Nizami, Consultant- Laparoscopy and General Surgery, Paras HMRI Hospital Patna, shares, “ Majority of the hospitals do not have the above listed equipment hat guarantee a safe and successful laparoscopic surgery. With these gadgets, the surgeon can view the smallest parts inside the body also at a 20 times bigger resolution, making the operation smooth and minimizing any complication. Through Laparoscopic surgery technique operations of gall bladder, appendices, hernia, uterus and ovarian tumor are possible.”
Dr.Nasir Iqubal Nizami is a reputed surgeon specializing in advanced laparoscopy and general surgery. His specializations include Minimal Access & Metabolic Surgery Upper GI Surgery, Bariatric Surgery, Hernia Surgery, to list a few. He has done more than 1000 laparoscopic surgeries including lap hernia surgeries, lap GI surgeries and lap solid organ surgeries. Academically active Dr Nasir has earned multiple laparoscopic surgical training in various prestigious institutions of India.
Dr Nasir further states, “Laparoscopic surgery technique is also known as key hole surgery. Through the same complex surgeries such as bariatric, advanced GI surgeries can be easily performed with lesser chances of infection, low blood less and with faster patient recovery.”
Dr Nasir also explained that in open surgery the wound is bigger and takes time to heal and patients are supposed to stay in hospitals for longer duration whereas in laparoscopic surgery the wound is as small as 4 mm and the patients are discharged in one to two day making the cost of operation less and affordable. He shared that Paras is also doing day-care surgeries through which patients are operated by laparoscopic surgery and are discharged the same day.