Diploma Convocation of September 2012 Batch

September 29th, 2012

Diploma Convocation of September 2012 Batch

World Laparoscopy Hospital provide a safe environment for teaching and training in laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery.

The Centre currently provides a large range of skills training courses in laparoscopic general surgery and also training courses in a variety of other surgical specialties (e.g. ENT, endoscopy, urology, orthopaedics) at basic, intermediate and advanced levels.

The mission of the

World Laparoscopy Hospital Skills Centre is to provide high quality skills training to meet the learning requirements of local, national and international healthcare professionals within the surgical specialties.

Live Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgery Webcast from World Laparoscopy Hospital

May 21st, 2012

Look In On Us for high definition Live Broadcast and Real Time Live Cases of Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgery directly from operation theatre of World Laparoscopy Hospital, Gurgaon, India.

Performed by Dr. R. K. Mishra, Dr. J. S. Chowhan, Dr. Navjyot Kaur, Dr. Chandramukhi and Team

Direct HD video on your desktop without any expensive hardware or software.

LIVE HD WEBCAST OF MINIMAL ACCESS SURGERY

Join us with just by one click without any conferencing hardware or software. The live webcast was able to position the World Laparoscopy Hospital as the world-leading institution for teaching doctors and treating Minimal Access Surgery related patients. Our live telecast of minimal access surgery reaffirmed our Doctor’s status as a pioneer in the field. The laparoscopic and robotic surgery webcast resulted in many award to the hospital. The event was so successful, the hospital has developed an ongoing relationship with many hospitals, producing webcasts for da Vinci robotic Surgery, and advanced laparoscopic surgery. Whether you are a physician, nurse or prospective minimal access surgery patient, you can watch state-of-the-art surgical procedures from this page – either live as they occur on schedule or in replays at your convenience, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. These are actual laparoscopic and da Vinci robotic operations performed at World Laparoscopy Hospital, India. These laparoscopic videos last an hour. Please note that you can send questions by email, though the webcast may say that you can not, because you are seeing these videos live. If you don’t have Polycom or any other Hardware or Software based Video Conferencing HD System, If you miss the event all surgical procedures will also be available for live viewing on desktop and mobile browsers after few hours.

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da Vinci Robotic Surgery for Endometriosis

Tuesday 22nd of May 2012

12:00 PM Indian Standard Time

The primary treatment is robotic radical resection of endometriosis, in which the endometrial tissue is surgically removed. With its superior visualization, robotic surgery offers an excellent tool for locating and excising all visible endometriosis—a key to avoiding a recurrence of the condition.

The power of having instant access to unedited real time surgical videos, emerging procedural information and educational resources provides added value at the point of care. Apps and mobile sites are beneficial for patients, as well as physician. WLH being premier institute in MIS is making every thing necessary in medical education and creating apps that assist patients and physician with tools for self-assessment and wellness.

You don’t need to have any video conferencing system, hardware or software to watch our live surgery webcast. Just by clicking link below is enough to watch us live in HD on the screen of your personnel computer.

Few Past Events - Click on the link below to Watch Future Event - Click the link below to Register
Live Robotic Ovarian Cystectomy
Live Robotic Cholecystectomy da Vinci Robotic Endometriosis - 22/05/2012
Live Laparoscopic Myomectomy
Live Lecture on Ventral Hernia
Live Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

If you are luccky enough to have polycom you can even connect with our polycom for two way video conferencing directly from WLH.

To connect your hospital with our polycom video conferencing system please send email to contact@laparoscopyhospital.com and mention your dedicated IP

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Over 11 years, 1150 patients underwent free laparoscopic surgery

April 10th, 2012

This Hospital, “WORLD LAPAROSCOPY HOSPITAL” is situated in Gurgaon at Haryana near Delhi. Managing Director - Dr. R.K. Mishra one of the renowned laparoscopic surgeons of India and Prominent Citizen Delhi with the effort of World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons has decided to perform free laparoscopic surgery for poor and needy.

During the meeting with Honorable Mr. Harish Rawat Union Minister of Labor and Employment Government of India this decision was taken. Minister was the chief guest during the convocation of 120th batch of World Laparoscopy Hospital. Function was organized at India Habitat Center, New Delhi.

World Laparoscopy Hospital is the first hospital in the whole World who has taken decision to perform all the laparoscopic surgery for poor people completely free of cost. Only the cost of medicine will be taken from the patient. World Laparoscopy Hospital is at present, 50 bed hospital with all facilities. Because this hospital is only dedicated for laparoscopic surgery and the patient need to stay in hospital only for one day so even this 50 bed only for laparoscopy is biggest bed strength dedicated for laparoscopy by any hospital in Asia.

“We are being treated with laparoscopy by the doctors here. It is being done free. In other hospitals treatment costs rupees 40,000. They ask for 3,500 rupees only for medicine. I could not work on my daily ways laborious job and hard work due to gallbladder stone earlier but now I can do” said Pritpal Singh, Patient.

Patients belonging to the below poverty line category will be treated by laparoscopic surgery now free of cost and others can avail the treatment at nominal price here at World Laparoscopy Hospital. At World Laparoscopy Hospital, financial assistance is provided to the patients living below poverty line, who are suffering from major life threatening diseases to receive laparoscopic treatment who could not receive their treatment at Govt. hospitals.

The financial assistance to such patients is released in the form of ‘one time grant’ to the Medical Superintendent of the hospital in which the treatment is being received by World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons. Number of applications received and no. of patients to whom dree surgery have been provided under the above schemes during the last five years are now more than 950. And many hundreds has already been registered for other few month.

Any poor patient who is interested to get this free laparoscopic surgery can contact at address below:

World Laparoscopy Hospital
Cyber City, DLF Phase II, Gurgaon, NCR Delhi, 122 002, India
PHONES:
For Training: +91(0)9811416838, 9999677788, (attended in English)
For Treatment: +91(0)9811912768 (attended in English)
For General Enquiry: +91(0)12- 42351555 (attended by person speaking Hindi)
Email:contact@laparoscopyhospital.com
Website: http://www.laparoscopyhospital.com

Dr R K Mishra Received Super Idol Award

March 23rd, 2012

Dr R K Mishra Receiving Super Idol Award from Salman Khan

Dr R K Mishra Receiving Super Idol Award from Salman Khan

Award of Super Idol is given to Dr. R.K. Mishra for his special ability which is soared beyond conventional barriers to realize his achievement which will truly inspire others at life with an appreciative paradigm. The award adheres to a unique process of selection where the Network18 Editorial Board drawn from the editorial masterminds of CNN-IBN, IBN7, IBN-Lokmat deliberate to icons, keeping in mind their sterling contribution to humanity.

Dr R K Mishra Super Idol

Dr.R.K. Mishra Receiving IBN Super Idol Award from Salman Khan

IBN7 Supertech Super Idols in partnership with Dainik Bhaskar is in its 3rd edition this year. Award money of two lac rupees were given by IBN 7 and Salman knah being human foundation. Super Idols will be conferred across spheres like Art, Culture & Entertainment, Business & Self Achievers, Education, Idol-maker (Abled), National Service & Rehabilitation, Sports, and Lifetime Achievement.

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The award adheres to a unique process of selection where the Network18 Editorial Board drawn from the editorial masterminds of CNN-IBN, IBN7, IBN-Lokmat deliberate to finalize 11 icons, keeping in mind their sterling contribution to humanity.

Super Idol

Dr RK Mishra, has also been named the recipient of the Global Laparoscopic Trainer award, an annual international award that recognizes one surgeon in the world whose career exemplifies the outstanding performance in Minimal Access Surgery. As an innovative surgeon and researcher this award and prize of Gold medal was given to Prof. Dr. R. K. Mishra He is also recipient of Global Medical Education Award by vice-chancellors of eight apex universities during National Open and Distance Education Summit 2007 in the presence of Honorable Shri P.R. Kyndiah, Union Minister for tribal affairs, Government of India. Prof. Mishra who mentors surgeons has received Spanish Golden Eagle award from The Republican Society of Spain for his Textbook of Laparoscopic Surgery. He is recipient of Lord Ashdown award for his valuable teaching contribution in the field of Minimal Access Surgery. For his dedicated service in the field of laparoscopic surgery LIONS CLUB ANNAMAMALAINAGAR has honored Prof. Mishra with “THE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD and BEST DOCTOR AWARD.”

The premium trophy of Network18 & Supertech’s initiative - ‘Super Idols’ represents the icons of our country who have set a benchmark for millions to follow. The trophy symbolizes the glory of these heroic individuals who epitomize bravery and courage under adversity. The S & I shaped trophy depicts the triumphant stories of these individuals who have excelled in their careers by overcoming the myriad challenges that life has presented them with.

Lord Ashdown Lifetime Achievement Award to Prof. R.K. Mishra

November 18th, 2010

Professor R K Mishra has been invited on 29th of December 2010 to London to receive Lifetime achievement award during the World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons general body meeting of Europe this is a two days function who gave Professor Mishra its most prestigious Award for the accomplishment of his surgical masterpiece and dedication as laparoscopic trainer.

This Award truly represents an outstanding recognition in the field of minimal access surgery since this uppermost distinction had been given only to 4 surgeons in 20 years time. A grand and befitting function will jointly be organised in collaboration of Ethicon endosurgery and covidean in London.

The decision to organise the function was taken in a meeting, held on 14th of October in London, in which prominent leaders from the WALS, who was made convener of the organising committee of the programme Dr. Ray Green will be present.

Prof. Mishra also serves as the scientific coordinator for several minimal access surgical European projects: “related to robotics and single incision laparoscopic surgery”, He is at present and involved in 12 international and national projects covering several application areas of laparoscopy. He has served as a scientific expert for numerous international Journal and the European Commission as well as French journals. He is also the chief editor of World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery.

As an innovative surgeon and researcher this award and prize of Gold medal was given to Prof. Dr. R.K. Mishra He is also recipient of Global Medical Education Award by vice-chancellors of eight apex universitiesduring National Open and Distance Education Summit 2007 in the presence of Honorable Shri P.R. Kyndiah, Union Minister for tribal affairs, Government of India. He is recipient of Lord Ashdown award for his valuable teaching contribution in the field of Minimal Access Surgery. For his dedicated service in the field of laparoscopic surgery LIONS CLUB ANNAMAMALAINAGARhas honoured Prof. Mishra with “THE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD” in July 2010, but this award in Europe is definitely going to be a real life time achievement.

Advantages of Laparoscopic Surgery

October 5th, 2010

Laparoscopic or “minimal Access Surgery” is a highly specialized technique for performing surgery of abdomen. In the past, this surgical technique was commonly used only for gynaecologic surgery, for diagnostic laparoscopy in cases of infertility and for gall bladder surgery. Over the last 10 years the use of this specialized surgical technique has expanded into intestinal surgery. In traditional “open” surgery the surgeon uses a single incision to enter into the abdomen. Laparoscopic surgery uses several 0.5-1cm incisions. Each incision is called a “port.”  At each port a tubular instrument known as a trochar and cannulla is inserted.  Specialized instruments and a special telescope known as a laparoscope are passed through the port during the procedure. At the beginning of the procedure, the patient’s abdomen is inflated with carbon dioxide gas to provide a working and viewing space for the laparoscopic surgeon. The laparoscope transmits images from the abdominal cavity to high-resolution video monitors through a digitally advanced camera system in the operating room. During the operation the surgeon watches detailed images of the abdomen on the high resolution monitor. This system allows the surgeon to perform the same operations as traditional surgery but with smaller multiple incisions.However recently single incision laparoscopic surgery is also evolved.

In certain situations a minimal access surgeon may choose to use a special type of port that is large enough to insert a hand known as Hand Port. When a hand port is used the surgical technique is called “hand assisted laparoscopic surgery". The incision required for the hand port is generally 5.5 cm and hence larger than the other laparoscopic incisions, but is usually smaller than the incision required for traditional surgery.

Advantages of laparoscopic surgery?

Compared to traditional open surgery, patients often experience less pain, an earlier recovery, and less scarring with laparoscopic surgery.

Operations which can be performed using laparoscopic surgery?

Most of the abdominal advanced surgeries can be performed using the laparoscopic technique in experienced hand. These include surgery for gallbladder, duodenal perforation, appendicitis, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, diverticulitis, cancer, rectal prolapse and severe constipation.

In the past there had been concern raised about the safety of laparoscopic surgery for radical cancer operations. But recently several studies involving hundreds of patients have shown that laparoscopic surgery is safe for certain ­colorectal cancers.

How safe is laparoscopic surgery?

Laparoscopic surgery is as very safe as traditional open surgery. At the beginning of a laparoscopic operation the laparoscope is inserted through a small incision near the umbilicus, Either superior crease or inferior crease of umbilicus. The laparoscopic surgeon initially inspects the abdomen by doing diagnostic laparoscopy to determine whether laparoscopic surgery may be safely performed.  If there is a large amount of inflammation or if the surgeon encounters other factors that is risky and prevent a clear view of the structures the surgeon may need to make a larger incision in order to complete the operation safely by converting laparoscopic surgery into open surgery.

Any intestinal or abdominal laparoscopic surgery is associated with certain risks such as complications related anaesthesia and bleeding or infectious complications. The risk of any operation is determined in part by the nature of the specific operation and hidden risk factor within the patient itself. An individual’s general health and other medical conditions are also factors that affect the risk of any operation. Patient should discuss with your surgeon your individual risk for any operation. World Laparoscopy Hospital, Gurgaon is very reach in this concern because for poor and needy patient surgery is completely free at World Laparoscopy Hospital.

Single incision laparoscopic surgery (SILS)

October 5th, 2010

Single incision laparoscopic surgery (SILS) or Single port access (SPA) surgery, also known as laparoscopic endoscopic single-site surgery (LESS), umbilical surgery (OPUS) or single port incisionless conventional equipment-utilizing surgery (SPICES) or natural orifice transumbilical surgery (NOTUS), or Embryonic Natural Orifice transumbilical surgery (E-NOTES) is an advanced minimally invasive surgical procedure in which the surgeon operates almost exclusively through a single entry point, typically the patient’s navel. SPA surgical procedures are like many laparoscopic surgeries in that the patient is under general anaesthesia, insufflated and laparoscopic visualization is utilized.The World Laparoscopy Hospital in NCR Delhi is the first hospital in Haryana and only the third in the India to perform a single-port, natural orifice gallbladder surgery through the navel for gallbladder stone disease. During the procedure, surgeons use a single opening in the umbilicus as they manipulate a camera and two laparoscopic instruments to separate the gallbladder from its attachments in the abdomen. The gallbladder is then removed through that same opening. Only a tiny bandage is required to close the navel, and there are no scars.

Single-incision laparoscopic surgery employs the same tools and techniques as conventional laparoscopic surgery and can be used in both men and women. The only difference is a specially-designed port that accommodates the tools.

World Laparoscopy Hospital surgeons have always been leaders in minimally invasive surgery,” says Dr R K Mishra, Director of the World Laparoscopy Hospital and professor of TGO University. “This procedure signals another step forward for our nationally single incision surgery and elevates our efforts to provide the best surgical care while improving patient recovery.”

Dr. Mishra says that single incision laparoscopic surgery should not only for simple surgery like cholecystectomy but should also be used for surgery like donor nephrectomy and for donor who have already decided to give the gift of life and are willing to go through surgery to help a person in need, the possibility of coming through the surgery without scars is a secondary benefit.

Free Surgery for Poor and Needy.

September 27th, 2010

This Hospital, “WORLD LAPAROSCOPY HOSPITAL” is situated in Gurgaon at Haryana near Delhi. Managing Director - Dr. R.K. Mishra one of the renowned laparoscopic surgeons of India and Prominent Citizen Delhi with the effort of World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons has decided to perform free laparoscopic surgery for poor and needy. During the meeting with Honorable Mr. Harish Rawat Union Minister of Labor and Employment Government of India this decision was taken. Minister was the chief guest during the convocation of 120th batch of World Laparoscopy Hospital. Function was organized at India Habitat Center, New Delhi.

World Laparoscopy Hospital is the first hospital in the whole World who has taken decision to perform all the laparoscopic surgery for poor people completely free of cost. Only the cost of medicine will be taken from the patient.  World Laparoscopy Hospital is at present, 50 bed hospital with all facilities. Because this hospital is only dedicated for laparoscopic surgery and the patient need to stay in hospital only for one day so even this 50 bed only for laparoscopy is biggest bed strength dedicated for laparoscopy by any hospital in Asia.

“We are being treated with laparoscopy by the doctors here. It is being done free. In other hospitals treatment costs rupees 40,000. They ask for 3,500 rupees only for medicine. I could not work on my daily ways laborious job and hard work due to gallbladder stone earlier but now I can do” said Pritpal Singh, Patient.

Patients belonging to the below poverty line category will be treated by laparoscopic surgery now free of cost and others can avail the treatment at nominal price here at World Laparoscopy Hospital. At World Laparoscopy Hospital, financial assistance is provided to the patients living below poverty line, who are suffering from major life threatening diseases to receive laparoscopic treatment who could not receive their treatment at Govt. hospitals. The financial assistance to such patients is released in the form of ‘one time grant’ to the Medical Superintendent of the hospital in which the treatment is being received by World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons.
Number of applications received and no. of patients to whom dree surgery have been provided under the above schemes during the last five years are now more than 950. And many hundreds has already been registered for other few month.

Any poor patient who is interested to get this free laparoscopic surgery can contact at address below:

World Laparoscopy Hospital
Cyber City, DLF Phase II, Gurgaon, NCR Delhi, 122 002, India
PHONES:
For Training: +91(0)9811416838, 9999677788, (attended in English)
For Treatment: +91(0)9811912768 (attended in English)
For General Enquiry: +91(0)12- 42351555 (attended by person speaking Hindi)
Email:contact@laparoscopyhospital.com
Website: http://www.laparoscopyhospital.com

Union Minister Mr. Harish Rawat at World Laparoscopy Hospital

July 17th, 2010

Union Minister of India at World Laparoscopy Hospital

Union Minister of India at World Laparoscopy Hospital

Convocation of batch July 2010 with Mr. Harsh Rawat Union Minister of Labour and Employment, Government of India. Mr. Rawat has congratulate Prof. R.K. Mishra for being Pioneer in the field of Laparoscopic Training.

Convocation of 120th batch at World Laparoscopy Hospital

Convocation of 120th batch at World Laparoscopy Hospital

Honorable Minister Mr. Harish Rawat has given certificate and Momento and Certificate to the surgeons and gynecologists of 12 Countries who participated in July batch of World Laparoscopy Hospital.

20 Kg Tumour removed from abdominal cavity

April 26th, 2009

Dr. R.K. Mishra Director and Chief Surgeon of Laparoscopy Hospital have removed a 20-kg retroperitoneal tumour occupying entire abdominal cavity.

Mr. Chandeshwar Prasad Rai is a police inspector in Jharkhand. Surprisingly he never suffered any pain. He visited a doctor only after friends commented that his abdomen was getting unusually big and he was loosing weight. He was having protruded abdomen and ultimately he could not walk also due to heavy weight of tumor. Initially he visited many doctors and was treated for tuberculosis. Later one of the renowned surgeon of Jharkhand has examined his and referred him to All India Institute of Medical Sciences.

Retroperitoneal Tumor

Retroperitoneal Tumor

Surgeon of All India Institute of Medical Sciences has done all the necessary investigation and Biopsy was performed two times to confirm type of tumour. Even after that dilemma was there. Ultimately the called the patient on 20th May to decide for surgery. Meanwhile patient came to Dr. R.K. Mishra in his Laparoscopy Hospital, New Delhi. Dr. Mishra has performed surgery without delay and life of the patient was saved.
Mr. was admitted in the hospital on 26th April and, same day surgery was performed. It was a two-and-a-half-hour complicated surgery; the mass was successfully removed by a team of Dr. R.K. Mishra, Dr. Sanjay Sharma and Dr. Anil Arora.

“It was a complicated surgery considering his age and the fact that his haemoglobin count was low,” said Dr Mishra. “Also, the tumour was retroperitoneal and surrounding aorta and both the kidney.

‘It pushed everything aside and was pressing the aorta and kidney, creating vascular and respiratory problems,’ surgeon Dr. Mishra stated. ‘The operation was complicated by the size of the tumour and during this the patient received four packages of blood transfusion.’
Tumours of that size are almost always benign, but can kill by severing circulation or increasing pressure on sensitive parts of the body.

Retroperitoneal Tumor

Retroperitoneal Tumor

“It was removed from the Retroperitoneum after separating the Kidney, Spleen, Large intestine, Aorta and Vena Cava. We also repaired the bowel and other surrounding structure,” said Dr. Mishra. “We will send the tumour to the histopathology to find out if it was cancerous.”


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