Ali Medical is a State of the Art 100 bedded multi-specialty hospital. It is strategically located at a prime location in sector F-8 Markaz, Islamabad, Pakistan. The hospital Comprises of modern operation theaters, Intensive Care Unit, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, PICU, HDU, Labor and Delivery Rooms.
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The Laparoscopy Department at our hospital is dedicated to minimally invasive surgical procedures for various conditions. Led by skilled laparoscopic surgeons, our team utilizes advanced technology and techniques to perform surgeries with smaller incisions, leading to faster recovery times and reduced post-operative pain. We specialize in laparoscopic procedures for conditions such as gallbladder disease, appendicitis, hernias, and gynecological disorders. With a focus on patient safety and comfort, we aim to provide high-quality care while minimizing the impact of surgery on our patients' lives.

Our laparoscopy services provide minimally invasive surgical solutions for various conditions. Utilizing advanced techniques and small incisions, we offer procedures such as laparoscopic appendectomy, cholecystectomy, hernia repair, and gynecological surgeries. Our experienced surgeons prioritize patient safety and comfort, resulting in shorter recovery times, less post-operative pain, and improved outcomes. We are dedicated to delivering high-quality care through state-of-the-art laparoscopic procedures tailored to each patient’s needs.

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Consultant Physiotherapist

Consultant General Medicine

Consultant Nephrologist

Consultant General Surgeon

Consultant Gynaecologist & Obstetric

Consultant Hematologist

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Consultant Rheumatologist

Consultant Rheumatologist

Consultant Urologist


What is laparoscopy?

Laparoscopy, also known as minimally invasive surgery or keyhole surgery, is a surgical technique that uses small incisions and specialized instruments to access and operate on internal organs within the abdominal or pelvic cavity. It allows surgeons to visualize the internal structures using a laparoscope, a thin, flexible tube with a camera and light source attached to it.

When is laparoscopy recommended?

Laparoscopy may be recommended for diagnostic purposes to investigate the cause of abdominal or pelvic symptoms such as pain, swelling, or abnormal bleeding. It is also commonly used for therapeutic purposes to treat various conditions, including gynecological disorders (such as endometriosis, ovarian cysts), gastrointestinal conditions (such as appendicitis, gallbladder disease), urological conditions (such as kidney stones), and some types of cancer.

How is laparoscopy performed?

During laparoscopy, the surgeon makes several small incisions (usually less than an inch in length) in the abdominal wall through which specialized instruments and the laparoscope are inserted. The laparoscope provides a magnified view of the internal organs on a monitor, allowing the surgeon to guide the instruments and perform the necessary procedures. Carbon dioxide gas may be used to inflate the abdominal cavity, creating space for better visualization and manipulation of the organs.

What are the advantages of laparoscopy over traditional surgery?

Laparoscopy offers several advantages over traditional open surgery, including smaller incisions, reduced postoperative pain, shorter hospital stays, faster recovery times, and decreased risk of complications such as infection and bleeding. It also provides improved cosmetic outcomes with minimal scarring.

Is laparoscopy safe?

Laparoscopy is generally considered safe when performed by experienced surgeons in appropriate settings. However, as with any surgical procedure, there are potential risks and complications, including injury to surrounding organs or blood vessels, infection, bleeding, adverse reactions to anesthesia, and rare complications related to the use of carbon dioxide gas (such as gas embolism or respiratory problems).

What is the recovery process after laparoscopy?

Recovery after laparoscopy is typically faster compared to traditional open surgery. Patients may experience some discomfort or pain at the incision sites, as well as bloating or shoulder pain from the carbon dioxide gas used during the procedure. Most patients can resume normal activities within a few days to a week after surgery, although strenuous activities and heavy lifting may need to be avoided for a longer period.

Are there any limitations to laparoscopy?

While laparoscopy is a versatile and widely used surgical technique, it may not be suitable for all patients or all types of procedures. Some conditions may require traditional open surgery due to factors such as the size or location of the tumor, the presence of significant scar tissue, or the complexity of the procedure. Additionally, certain medical conditions or patient factors may increase the risk of complications with laparoscopy.

These FAQs provide general information about laparoscopy and common questions related to its use in surgical practice. If you have specific concerns or questions about laparoscopic surgery, it’s important to consult with a qualified surgeon for personalized evaluation and treatment.