Textbook of Practical Laparoscopic Surgery

by RK Mishra

The book is primarily intended for the reader who has some background of conventional operative surgical and gynecological procedures. It is broad in its scope and depth wherever needed is provided without being unnecessarily sophisticated. There are plenty of illustrations and diagrams to facilitate faster learning. The essential section of the book includes the concept of ergonomics, task analysis and practical problems encountered in attempting to venture into laparoscopic operative surgery. An overall view of the latest instruments is presented and detailed explanations in appropriate sections are penned down. The medical terminology is deliberately introductory to facilitate easy understanding. Enough fundamentals are presented within the context of this book to make it reasonably self sufficient. This book guides you through the process of developing a foundation of laparoscopic surgery like developing skill of dissection, suturing, knotting and tissue approximation. The second section of book describes comprehensive laparoscopic operative procedure demonstrating a method that is tested, proven, and based upon sound instructional theory. The latter chapters are devoted to special topics of recent advances in minimal access surgery to give the reader a true overall view of the field. This Textbook of Practical Laparoscopic Surgery is a significant contribution to the education of experienced laparoscopic surgeons. This book represents who’s who in the world of Minimally Invasive Surgery and is must have for every laparoscopic surgeons library.

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Book Detail

Author
1. Mishra RK
Author's Affiliation
ISBN
9788184482416
Speciality
Surgery
DOI
10.5005/jp/books/10948
Edition
1/e
Publishing Year
2008
Pages
450
Book Type
Reference

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