British Journal of Anaesthesia ; – Gasless laparoscopic cholecystectomy: comparison of postoperative recovery with conventional technique. This interesting treatise begins with a well-done historical review of laparoscopy. The disadvantages of carbon dioxide pneumoperitoneum, some real and some. PDF | On Dec 1, , L Angelini and others published Gasless laparoscopy.

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Complications related to the blind insertion of the Veress needle and the first trocar can theoretically be avoided, since the open approach technique is used instead. The diagnosis of acute abdomen in the emergency setting, still remains a challenging problem.

In these patients, diagnostic gasless laparoscopy that lapqroscopy hemoperitoneum should be followed by laparotomy. Support Center Support Center. Discussion The use of gasless laparoscopy has a number of advantages resulting from the lack of side effects and complications caused by the creation of pneumoperitoneum by CO 2 2. Thus in gasless laparoscopy, all described entry related complications can laaparoscopy.

Under direct vision and digital control a fan-formed wall retractor, which is attached to an electric lift arm, is introduced into the abdominal cavity. Laparoecopy of Obstetrics and Gynecology “I. Articles from Hippokratia are provided here courtesy of Hippokratio General Hospital of Thessaloniki.

Pneumoperitoneum, as a necessary precondition of laparoscopic procedures, represents a restriction of the surgeon’s freedom of movement and can lead to rare but typical complications. During anesthesia, neither increased ventilation nor increased ventilation pressure is necessary, and the surgeon has increased freedom of action. Both gasless systems have the advantage of avoiding general anesthesia, requiring only local or regional anesthesia.

The role of gasless laparoscopy in differential diagnosis of acute abdomen

They were managed conservatively, with drainage and good post-operative outcomes. Create a personal account to register for email alerts with links to free full-text articles. This interesting treatise begins with a well-done historical review of laparoscopy.


Sign in to customize your interests Sign in to your personal account. Of these eight cases without diagnosis, five involved multiple trauma with symptoms of acute abdomen, in which we could not identify any pathological findings by gasless laparoscopy. Two techniques were used: Journal List Hippokratia v. Changes in intracranial hemodynamics during standard pneumoperitoneum for laparoscopy. Laparozcopy the obese patients or those with a thick laparoscoyp wall, achieving gasless laparoscopy is difficult.

Then, the balloon is inflated gaxless a 3. Sign in to access your subscriptions Sign in to your personal account. This study included 49 patients that were managed with gasless laparoscopy for the diagnosis of acute abdomen, from to The idea of gasless laparoscopy belongs to Eruheim who described it in Get free access to newly published articles.

Sbarcea” of Brasov, Children’s Hospital of Brasov and Emergency Hospital Roman, where 49 gasless laparoscopic procedures were performed during the period The disadvantages of carbon dioxide pneumoperitoneum, some real and some hypothetical, are noted. Sign in to make a comment Sign gaslews to your personal account. Material and Methods Three hospitals were included in this study: Gasless laparoscopy in abdominal surgery.

Gasless Laparoscopy With Conventional Instruments: The Next Phase in Minimally Invasive Surgery

In a larger study, Paolucci et al 1 studied the gasless method in a group of 54 patients that underwent laparoscopic surgery achieving: In this gasless gaslss procedure, simple valveless trocars and instruments can be used. Gasless Laparoscopy With Conventional Instruments: Please review our privacy policy. We did observe three wound infections as related complications.

Gasless laparoscopy is the laparoscopic procedure in which, instead of pneumoperitoneum, the operational space in the abdomen is created by various mechanical means that raise the abdominal wall. Table 1 Indications for gasless laparoscopy and number of cases for each indication. Specific to the laparolift system, increased post-operative pain of the anterior abdominal wall was observed, caused by the mechanical lift. The combination of the risk of an open laparotomy and the relative high laparosocpy of negative findings when performed, creates the need for a better approach.


World J Emerg Surg. Critical patients with major anesthetic risk, 2. First of all, the view is somewhat inadequate, especially in the lateral and inferior quadrants. For these 49 procedures, two methods were used: Chirurgia laparoscopica de urgenta. There are, however, patients where pneumoperitoneum is contraindicated head trauma, brain tumors, etc. Also, in our study two intraoperative complications occurred, that involved bleeding after hepatic biopsy with the LapVision system.

In our study, there were five cases of infection at the site of the incision three cases of pelviperitonitis and two of perforated ulcer and one case of parietal hematoma.

Gasless laparoscopy laparoacopy by both methods has some disadvantages as well. A randomized comparison of gasless laparoscopic appendectomy and conventional gaslews appendectomy. Laparoscopia gasless in chirurgia e ginecologia. Paolucci V, Schaeff B. In addition, the simplicity of the method makes it economically feasible. Of interest is the report of a hernia repair with epidural anesthesia.

In these patients, gasless laparoscopy could be a valuable alternative. Low-pressure pneumoperitoneum laparoscopic surgery.