Dr Himanshu is Best Laparoscopic Surgeon in Agra, he has an experience of doing more than ten thousand laparoscopic procedures including advance laparoscopic procedure like lap colorectal, lap Bariatric, laparoscopic common bile duct surgeries. He is known for his experience in (Single Key Hole Surgery) procedures. Dr Himanshu is known for his Gastro Intestinal laparoscopic surgeries in field of complex hernia surgeries e.g. laparoscopic Inguinal and for laparoscopic hiatus hernia in addition to laparoscopic inguinal hernia surgery. Dr Himanshu is doing laparoscopic common bile duct surgeries for common bile duct stones, for which earlier only ERCP / Open surgery was the option. From his expert hands, he has performed more than 20,000 Surgical Laparoscopic Surgery Procedures. Dr Himanshu Yadav is Senior Laparoscopic Surgeon at Rainbow Hospital, Agra and provides comprehensive surgical treatments with compassionate care and personal touch. He is one of the best Laparoscopic Surgeon in Agra, Hathras, Mathura, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, India. Laparoscopic surgery and hand-assisted laparoscopic surgery (HALS) are "minimally invasive" procedures commonly used to treat diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. Unlike traditional surgery on the colon or other parts of the intestines where a long incision down the centre of the abdomen is required, laparoscopic surgery requires only small "keyhole" incisions in the abdomen. In the case of hand-assisted surgery, a 3-4-inch incision is also used to allow the surgeons hand access to the abdominal organs. As a result, the person undergoing the procedure may experience less pain and scarring after surgery, and a more rapid recovery.
Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery
Dr Himanshu Yadav is the best surgeon for Single Incision Laparoscopic surgery in Agra and also performs other all type of laparoscopic surgeries. rather than the traditional four to five small incisions, a single small incision can be used at the entry point. All surgical instruments are placed through this small incision and also the incision site is located in the left abdomen or umbilicus. Key Benefits of Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery
- Fewer incisions – Typically, this surgery requires only one small incision.
- Health and cosmetic benefits – Since there are fewer incisions, there is less possibility of infection, less scarring and better cosmetic results.
- Faster recovery times – The surgery is recognized as minimally invasive to cause shorter recovery times.
- The most recent technology – Laparoscopic surgery has generally replaced the need for traditional open surgeries in the abdominal or pelvic cavities.
Types of Laparoscopic Surgeries
Dr Himanshu Yadav is having extensive experience in laparoscopic surgeries:
- Laparoscopic Appendectomy (REMOVAL OF APPENDIX): Dr Himanshu Yadav performs Laparoscopic Appendectomy for the removal of the appendix via a minimally invasive technique.
- Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy: During the laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy (LSG), about 75% of the stomach is removed leaving a narrow gastric “tube” or “sleeve”. No intestines are removed or bypassed during the sleeve gastrectomy. Sleeve gastrectomy is a restrictive procedure. It greatly reduces the size of your stomach and limits the amount of food that can be eaten at one time.
- Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy (REMOVAL OF GALL BLADDER WITH STONE): Dr Himanshu Yadav performs this surgery for the removal of Gall Bladder. This procedure uses several small cuts instead of one large one. A laparoscope, a narrow tube with a camera, is inserted through one incision. This allows doctor to see patient’s gallbladder on a screen. Gallbladder is then removed through another small incision.
- Laparoscopic Right Hemicolectomy: A right hemicolectomy (right colectomy) for benign disease involves the resection of the terminal ileum, right colon, and proximal transverse colon followed by ileocolic anastomosis. The extent of resection required for malignant disease depends on the tumor margin and the need for adequate oncologic lymphadenectomy as defined by the blood supply.
- Laparoscopic Left Hemicolectomy: The laparoscopic approach for colonic cancer has been shown to be feasible, safe and respects oncologic criteria for cancer surgery. Most gastrointestinal (GI) surgeons now accept that laparoscopic surgery for both benign and malignant diseases of the colon is within the mainstream of patient care and that it results in superior clinical outcomes (Eg. shorter hospital stays, less surgical-site discomfort, and quicker return to normal activity) as compared with open surgery.
- Laparoscopic Anterior resection: Removal of only the rectum is referred to as a proctectomy. Other terms used include low anterior resection (LAR), which classically refers to removal of the sigmoid colon and upper rectum and derives its name from the fact that the dissection is below the anterior reflection of the peritoneal lining.
- Laparoscopic Total Colectomy: A laparoscopic total abdominal colectomy is an operation that removes the large intestine. The surgery treats inflammatory conditions of the intensive (Crohn's disease and colitis), familial polyposis, and severe chronic constipation.
- Laparoscopic Rectopexy: Laparoscopic rectopexy is a surgery to repair a rectal prolapse, a protrusion of the rectum through the anus. In this surgery, the rectum is restored to its normal position in the pelvis.
- Laparoscopic Distal Gastrectomy: Laparoscopic distal gastrectomy (LDG) with dissection of the regional lymph nodes has become a common procedure among endoscopic surgeons.
- Laparoscopic Distal Pancreatectomy: A laparoscopic distal pancreatectomy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that is performed to remove benign or malignant (cancerous) tumors in the body or the tail of the pancreas. The surgeon most often will need to remove the spleen because it is located near the pancreas and shares some of the blood vessels.
- Laparoscopic Colonic resection (REMOVAL OF PART OF COLON): A technique known as minimally invasive laparoscopic colon surgery allows surgeons to perform many common colon procedures through small incisions. In some cases, one of the small openings may be lengthened to 2 or 3 inches to complete the procedure.
- Laparoscopic AP resection (REMOVAL OF RECTUM): Abdominoperineal resection is a surgery to treat cancer low in the rectum or in the anus, close to the sphincter muscles. The surgery, which removes the anus, rectum, and sigmoid colon, uses the laparoscopic technique that calls for five or six small incisions.
- Laparoscopic Rectopexy (FIXING PROLAPSED RECTUM): This is one of the surgeries that is used to repair a rectal prolapse. In this surgery, the rectum is restored to its normal position in the pelvis, so that it no longer protrudes through the anus. Usually, stitches are used to secure the rectum, often along with mesh.
- Laparoscopic Cardio myotomy (FIXING NARROWED FOOD PIPE): Laparoscopic Heller Procedure (Cardio myotomy) This is an operation for achalasia of the cardia, a condition in which the muscle in the lower esophagus fails to relax and therefore hinders the passage of food and fluid into the stomach.
- Laparoscopic Fundoplication (FIXING DILATED FOOD PIPE): The main surgery for stubborn heartburn is called fundoplication. The surgeon can either directly touch the parts of your body they're working on (open fundoplication), or they can use special tools, including a thin tube with a light and camera called a laparoscope, to operate on you from the outside.
- Laparoscopic Oesophageal surgery: Laparoscopic antireflux surgery (also called Nissen fundoplication) is used in the treatment of GERD when medicines are not successful. Laparoscopic antireflux surgery is a minimally-invasive procedure that corrects gastroesophageal reflux by creating an effective valve mechanism at the bottom of the esophagus.
- Laparoscopic Diaphragmatic Hernia Repair: Laparoscopic diaphragmatic hernia repair is increasingly performed in adults for congenital diaphragmatic hernias and chronic traumatic diaphragmatic hernias.
- Laparoscopic Ventral Hernia Repair: This is a technique to fix tears or openings in the abdominal wall using small incisions, laparoscopes (small telescopes inserted into the abdomen) and a patch (screen or mesh) to reinforce the abdominal wall.
- Laparoscopic Inguinal hernia Repair: This is similar to other laparoscopic procedures, A thin, lighted scope called a laparoscope is inserted through the incision. The instruments to repair the hernia are inserted through other small incisions in the lower abdomen. Mesh is then placed over the defect to reinforce the belly wall.
- Laparoscopic Cystogastrostomy: It is a surgery to create an opening between a pancreatic pseudocyst and the stomach when the cyst is in a suitable position to be drained into the stomach. This conserves pancreatic juices that would otherwise be lost. This surgery is performed to avoid a life-threatening rupture of the pancreatic pseudocyst
- Laparoscopic hydatid cyst liver surgery: Laparoscopic treatment of hydatid disease of the liver is an alternative to open surgery in well-selected patients. Important steps are the evacuation of the cyst contents without spillage, sterilization of the cyst cavity with sporicidal agents and cavity management using classical surgical techniques.
- Laparoscopic splenectomy: This is the approach of choice for both benign and malignant diseases of the spleen. With the advent of laparoscopic techniques, laparoscopic splenectomy has become the procedure of choice for benign and malignant diseases of the spleen.
- Laparoscopic Bariatric Surgery And many more Laparoscopic surgery