Minimal Invasive Surgery

Minimal Invasive Surgery

General and Digestive Surgery

  • Laparoscopy : for cases of Appendicitis, Cholelithiasis (stones in the gall bladder), and Hernia. Laparoscopy is included in minimally invasive surgery that has been widely known in the last decade. Unlike conventional surgery, laparoscopic surgery requires only minimal access to the patient's body. Using a minimally invasive technique, laparoscopic surgery has many advantages over conventional surgery. In conventional surgery, the incision in the abdomen can be as long as a dozen centimeters. Meanwhile, in laparoscopic surgery, access is required only 2 millimeters to 10 millimeters. With laparoscopic surgery, it takes only a few small holes to insert tools and cameras. Because the required access is small, tailoring actions are no longer needed. Kasih Ibu Surakarta Hospital started pioneering laparoscopic surgery since 1995 and is still developing.

  • HAL (Hemorhoid Arteri Ligation) : HAL or Hemorhoid Arter Ligation is the handling of Hemorrhoid / Hemorrhoids case without surgery by binding blood vessels that swell so that minimal pain, no anesthesia, does not require hospitalization so it is very practical and easy for the patient. Hemoroid Operation Technique with HAL method is increasingly developed in RS. Mother Love Surakarta.

Obstetric and Gynecology Surgery

Laparoscopy

In the current case of gynecology, the development of Laparoscopic action is very rapid. Actions that can be done are: diagnosis to see any abnormalities in cases of infertility, see the fallopian tubes and improve when there are abnormalities, sterilization procedures (tubal ligation), pregnancy operations outside the womb, removal ovarian cysts, myomas uteri, can even perform major actions such as hysterectomy and radical surgery in uterine cancer.

Urology Surgery

  • Lithotripsy

Lithotripsy is a minimally invasive action to remove urinary tract stones by breaking the bladder stones or urethral stones by inserting a stone breaker (lithotriptor) into the jar and then removing it from the urinary tract through a device inserted into the urinary tract.

  • URS (Ureteroscopy)

Ureteroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical action performed to examine and treat disorders or diseases, especially in the urinary tract. This action is performed by a Ureteroscopy device inserted through the urethral tract (urinary tract that drains urine from the bladder), the bladder, and then passes the ureter (urinary tract from the kidney to the bladder). This is usually done to diagnose and treat disorders such as kidney stone disease.

  • Laserclast 

Kidney and urinary tract disease are one of the causes of kidney failure. This condition occurs because hard rock-like material forms inside the kidneys and enters the urinary tract. RS Kasih Ibu Surakarta has provided Laserclast which is the latest tool, modern and sophisticated in the field of medicine in the form of kidney stone-breaking laser performed without a scalpel and painless for patients with kidney stones.

The advantage of this tool is that it hardly feels pain at all. This is very different from the removal of kidney stones through a surgical medium which in addition to causing an incision scar also leaves the pain of former surgery.

Oncology Surgery

  • Thyroid Endoscopy Surgery

The first endoscopic thyroid surgery was introduced by Garner in 1996, where the removal of the parathyroid glands produced good cosmetics. Lumps that can be removed from thyroid surgery with a maximum endoscope of 11 cm, but the average size of 5 cm. On thyroid surgery with endoscopic techniques have few complications. Bleeding alone averages only 20 cc, the time it takes only an average of 85 minutes. In addition to aesthetic factors, thyroid endoscopic surgery has the advantage of patients are less likely to have complaints of thick and uncomfortable feeling in the neck.

On thyroid surgery with endoscopy only make a surgical wound of 1 cm to place the camera endoscope port and 2 pieces of port with a size of 5 mm. All surgical incision wounds are on the chest, so as not to interfere with the appearance. Surgical complications with endoscopy are similar to conventional thyroid surgery. Such as bleeding, hematoma, infection, injury to swallowing nerve and sound, electrolyte disturbances such as calcium deficiency. For best results on cosmetics, endoscopy is superior to conventional thyroidectomy, and after-hospital care is faster than conventional thyroidectomy.

  • Breast Endoscopy Surgery

Breast tumor surgery with the endoscopic technique was first introduced by plastic surgery, namely Kompatscher in 1992. This surgical technique continues to develop with small surgical wounds and the location of surgical incisions around the armpit so it is not visible from the outside. The surgical wound is only 5 mm, very far when compared to conventional surgery. The advantages of this technique is a little cause of scarring and good cosmetics so that patients are satisfied with breast endoscopic surgery.

Surgery with endoscopy in malignant breast tumors can be performed on early-stage malignant tumors, but for benign breast tumors, there is no specific limit. The use of endoscopic techniques for breast surgery is performed on breast conserving surgery, lumpectomy, subcutaneous mastectomy and axillary dissection, even for breast implantation. For the complications are almost the same as conventional breast surgery such as seroma fluid formation, blood clot accumulation, and infection, but with good techniques, these complications can be minimized.

Orthopaedic Surgery

Arthroscopy :

Arthroscopy, which is a passive minimalist action to deal with joint injuries including the knee. Arthroscopy is performed by an Orthopedic Specialist by inserting a camera device (endoscopic camera) into the joints such as shoulders, elbows, pelvis, ankle and injured knees. Arthroscopy allows Orthopedic Specialist Doctors to look inside your joints without having to make large incisions.