Performing Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy
Complete video demonstration on how to perform Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy under General Anaesthesia, First of all four small incisions are made on abdomen through which operating ports, camera along with light source is passed into abdominal cavity. Carbondioxide is passed under 15 mm of Hg, so as to inflate the abdomen.
Gall Bladder is localised, if inflated bile is evacuated through needle so that it can be grasped, later on Gall bladder is grasped and pushed back-upward to expose Callot's Triangle, where tissues are being seperated by electro cautry so as to expose Cystic Duct and Cystic Artery, both are cliped and transected using scissors.
Later on Gall Bladder is dissected out from liver bed by hook cautery, and Gall Bladder is taken out from 10 mm port.
Incision are stitched by catgut, recovery is very fast in this surgery compared to open cholecystectomy.