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Atlas of Lift-Laparoscopy
The New Concept of Gasless Laparoscopy
by Daniel Kruschinski

Physiologically, gasless laparoscopy is less invasive than pneuomoperitoneum insufflation, allowing the surgeon to perform laparoscopic surgery in high-risk patients with conditions such as heart insufficiency, lung obstruction and pregnancy.

Atlas of Lift-Laparoscopy discusses:

  • the challenges involved with gasless laparoscopy
  • the range of applications of the method
  • new challenges in the field

With complete coverage of surgical procedures, Atlas of Lift-Laparoscopy is a valuable guide to using this minimally invasive surgery.

Contents

  1. What makes gasless laparoscopy superior to pneumoperitoneum
  2. Complications and problems due to carbon dioxide and pneumoperitoneum: pathophysiologic effects of carbon dioxide insufflation
  3. General technical abilities and advantages of lift (gasless)-laparoscopy
  4. Setting up the operating theater, devices, and instruments
  5. Patient positioning and anesthesia
  6. Creation of abdominal wall elevation
  7. Termination of the lift (gasless)-laparoscopic procedure
  8. Enucleation of ovarian cyst without rupture using endobag
  9. Myomectomy
  10. Laparoscopic hysterectomy
  11. Adhesiolysis

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Atlas of Lift-Laparoscopy
The New Concept of Gasless Laparoscopy
by Daniel Kruschinski

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