Minimally Invasive Surgery Programs 2017-04-25T14:57:38+00:00
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    Minimally Invasive Surgery Programs

    In the last decade, the techniques of Minimally Invasive Surgery have taken huge leaps. These procedures involve conducting surgeries through small openings to remove organs and perform several surgical procedures, avoiding large wounds and possible scaring. These techniques have the following advantages:

    • The patient may be discharged early
    • Social life of the patient may restart a few days after surgery.
    • Patients have fewer complications than with traditional techniques.

    Cuba has multidisciplinary medical teams composed of endoscopy surgeons, specialized radiologists, experienced anaesthesiologists, highly trained nursing staff and technicians with expertise and high quality instruments and medical technologies.

    No. entity Surgical Intervention Hospitalization Anaesthesia
    1 Peptic Ulcer Vagotomy Post.C. Anterior highly selective Vagotomy

    3

    General
    2 Recurrent peptic ulcer with incomplete Vagotomy Transthoracic Vagotomy

    3

    General
    3 Splenectomy Videolaparoscopy with Splenectomy

    6

    General
    4 Hiatal hernia. Gastroesophageal reflux disease Antireflux Technique (Valvuloplasty
    of Nissen or Toupet’s )

    3

    General
    5 Esophageal Achalasia Heller’s Myotomy of subsequent
    with posterior and selective anterior Vagotomy

    4

    General
    6 Varicocele Ligation of permatic vessels

    3

    General
    7 Appendicitis Appendectomy

    2

    General
    8 Adrenal gland tumor s Videoendoscopy.
    Adrenalectomy

    12

    General
    9 Recurrent Pneumothorax Videothoracoscopy.
    Resection of bull.
    Parietal Pleurectomy.

    8

    General
    10 Uterine diseases of various causes Laparoscopic Assisted Vaginal
    Hysterectomy

    7

    General
    11 Paraovarian Cyst Exeresis of the Cyst by Laparoscopic unilateral

    3

    General
    12 Polycystic Ovaries Section of ovaries by laparoscopy

    3

    General
    13 Ovarian tumor Unilateral Oophorectomy

    3

    General
    14 Pelvic Endometriosis Contrasted Videolaparoscopy.
    Vaporization of the Endometrium foci by Argon plasma

    3

    General
    15 Castration Bilateral Oophorectomy

    3

    General
    16 Unilateral Hydrosalpinx Unilateral Salpingectomy

    3

    General
    17 Bilateral Hydrosalpinx Bilateral Salpingectomy

    3

    General
    18 Tubal Infertility Contrasted Videolaparoscopy
    with unilateral tubal plasty surgery

    3

    General
    19 Previous Tubal Ligation (Reversal) Contrasted Laparoscopy.
    End-to-end tubal anastomosis by
    microsurgery

    7

    General
    20 Multiparity Sterilization by laparoscopy

    2

    General
    21 Tubal pregnancy Salpingectomy

    2

    General
    Ectopic pregnancy Videolaparoscopy with Unilateral
    Salpingostomy

    3

    General
    22 Study of infertility in female contrasted Videolaparoscopy

    5

    General
    23 Study of infertility in male Ambulatory General

    The Minimally Invasive Surgery programs include the following:

    –          hospitalization

    –          doctor fees

    –          pre-operative screening

    –          basic tests

    –          surgical specimen biopsy when indicated

    –          right to the operating room

    –          right to anesthesia

    –          surgical procedure

    –          recovery accommodation

    The Minimally Invasive Surgery programs exclude the following:

    –          medicines

    –          disposables

    –          blood derivatives or substitutes

    –          artificial supporting materials when indicated

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