The Merits of Minimally Invasive Surgery

The illumination of the optical lens used in the minimally invasive surgery can reach the operation site without the hands of the surgeons entering the body, greatly reducing the damage to the organs and the interference to the organ function, and shortening the recovery time of patients.

In addition, the traditional operation would result in a wide range of tissue separation and a large amount of bleeding. While, using minimally invasive surgery equipment can supply a clear vision, and thus the vascular treatment could be more refined. Also, the use of advanced hemostasis equipment such as ultrasonic knife could help to reduce the amount of bleeding.

The formation of the concept of minimally invasive surgery is due to the progress of the whole medical model, which is driven by the concept of "holistic" treatment. The minimally invasive surgery aims to care patients and alleviate their pain by focusing the improvement and rehabilitation of patients' psychology, society, physiology (pain), mental outlook and quality of life. Minimally invasive surgery does not require making any cuts, only need 1-3 holes of 0.5-1 cm on the patient.The patients would not have scars or suffer pain, and the whole process of examination, treatment, rehabilitation would only last 3-5 days. The minimally invasive surgery reduces the harm of traditional operation to human body, and greatly reduces the inconvenience and pain of the disease to patients.

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