Laparoscopic/ Minimalinvasive surgery

Allows operations to be performed minimally invasive inside of the abdominal cavity.

Through almost invisible cuts of 0.1-0.5” (2-12mm), trocars allow the insertion of a camera and various instruments into the abdomen. The abdomen is then inflated with a CO2 gas.

Painful, cosmetically annoying cuts will generally not apply and periods of recovery following surgical intervention are considerably shorter.

The following interventions are routinely performed laparoscopically:

  • Gallbladder removal
  • Appendix
  • Hernia operations
  • Interventions in the small and in the large intestines and in other organs of the
  • abdominal cavity are more and more also performed laparoscopically.