The Minimal Invasive Surgery Centre at “Jeevan Jyoti Hospital", the first of its kind in Allahabad is functioning with exclusive focus on evaluation, development and expansion of procedures / techniques in minimal invasive or key hole surgery.

  • We have fully functional state of the art Japanese and German Laparoscopic sets with a good supply of standby instruments.
  • We are doing in routine.
  • Basic Laparoscopic Surgeries like Cholecystectomy, Appendicectomy, Hernia repair, Hysterectomy, Ovarian cystectomy and Diagnostic Procedures.
  • Advanced Laparoscopy of Bile Duct Stones, Kidney and Ureteric Diseases, Renal and Adrenal Tumors.
  • At Jeevan Jyoti Hospital, You will get The Best Laparoscopy Surgeon in Allahabad For Laparoscopy Surgery. Jeevan Jyoti Hospital Is The Best Laparoscopy Centre in Allahabad, U.P

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We have a sophisticated ultramodern theater complex equipped with latest state-of-the art technology adjacent to recovery wards with dedicated trained nurses to ensure a very close post operative monitoring.
Surgical ICU with 10 beds supported by a team of trained doctors available round the clock.

Day Care Surgery
  • Our advanced anesthetic and surgical techniques enable patient to go home on the same day after surgery.
  • Day Care Hysterectomy (Removal of Uterus)
  • Day Care Cholecystectomy (Removal of Gall Bladder)

Laparoscopic Gall Bladder Removal

The Gallbladder

The gallbladder is a pear-shaped organ that rests beneath the right side of the liver. Its main purpose is to collect and concentrate a digestive liquid (bile) produced by the liver. Bile is released from the gallbladder after eating, aiding digestion. Bile travels through narrow tubular channels (bile ducts) into the small intestine. Removal of the gallbladder is not associated with any impairment of digestion in most people.

Causes of Gallbladder Problems

Gallbladder problems are usually caused by the presence of gallstones: small hard masses consisting primarily of cholesterol and bile salts that form in the gallbladder or in the bile duct.These stones may block the flow of the bile out of the gallbladder, causing it to swell and resulting in sharp abdominal pain, vomiting, indigestion and occasionally fever.

If the gallstone blocks the common bile duct, jaundice (a yellowing of the skin) can occur.

The Advantages of Performing the Procedure Laparoscopically
  • Rather than a five to seven inch incision, the operation requires only four small openings in the abdomen.
  • Patients usually have minimal post-operative pain.
  • Patients usually experience faster recovery than open gallbladder surgery patients.
  • Most patients go home within one day and enjoy a quicker return to normal activities.
Laparoscopic Gallbladder Removal

Under general anesthesia, so the patient is asleep throughout the procedure. The surgeon visualises the abdomen in the area of the belly-button.

A laparoscope, connected to a special camera is inserted through the cannula, giving the surgeon a magnified view of the patient’s internal organs on a monitor. Other cannulas are inserted to remove gallbladder from its attachments. If the surgeon finds one or more stones in the common bile duct, it may be removed with a special scope.

Laparoscopic Hernia Repair

Laparoscopic Hernia Repair is now a established technique to fix tears in the abdominal wall (muscle) using small incision, telescopes and patch (mesh). It may offer quicker return to work and normal activities with decreased post operative pain.

This technique allows patient to enjoy a shorter recovery time and experience less post-operative discomfort.

Laparoscopic Appendicectomy

The treatment of appendicitis is removal of the appendix (i.e appendicectomy). This can be done laparoscopically. Laparoscopic Appendicectomy is performed by making three tiny (3-5 mm) incision through which the telescope and instruments are introduced and the appendix is removed. The advantage of laparoscopy over open technique is that the patient goes home within one day after surgery with almost no pain in contrast to open surgery where the patient stays in the hospital for a longer time with pain requiring injectable pain killers and at the same time the entire diagnostic laparoscopy is also performed to rule out any other diseases.