Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS)

“Small Incision, Minimal Discomfort, Quick Recovery” การผ่าตัดส่องกล้อง (Minimally Invasive Surgery) การผ่าตัดส่องกล้อง (Minimally Invasive Surgery)

We invite you to learn more about our hospital medical innovation & technology

Minimally invasive surgery – also called laparoscopic surgery- is an advanced surgical technique in our hospital. This medical procedure gives a less incision than the traditional open surgery. the surgeon will insert a tube equipped with a tiny video camera and then slip the specially designed surgical instruments in order to perform the operation. This technological innovation is able to project a real-time magnified view of the operative field on a monitor and at the same time the surgeon facilitates the incision by the complex laparoscopic tools.

Why choose a laparoscopic surgery at Bangkok Hospital Phuket?

  • The key advantages of minimally invasive surgery are fewer complications, less blood loss, shorter stay in a hospital, and a quicker recovery.
  • The surgical expertise in laparoscopic and robotic-assisted surgery of the highly experienced surgeons.
  • With the cutting-edge technology, skilled surgeons, nurses and other medical professionals work together to continually improve patient care and safety.

Specialized surgery includes

  • Highly skilled in Laparoscopic and Robotic-assisted Colorectal Surgery
  • Hip and Knee Arthroplasty (Computer-assisted Surgery & Hip Replacement)
  • Laparoscopic Spine Surgery
  • Laparoscopic Gynecological Surgery
  • Laparoscopic Appendectomy
  • Hernia Repair and Extraction of Gallbladder Stone
  • การผ่าตัดส่องกล้องรักษาโรคไส้เลื่อน
  • การผ่าตัดส่องกล้องตัดก้อนเนื้องอก
  • การผ่าตัดส่องกล้องรักษาโรคทางศัลยกรรมทั่วไป

Testimonials

Ms. Chiara, Australia

Endoscopic Breast Augmentation

Ms. Jackie, Queensland, Australia

Knee Arthroscopic

Ms.Rachel

Endoscopic Breast Augmentation

Mr. Robert

Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery

Mr. Dennis Frank Bowman

Colorectal Patient

Mrs. Rattanaporn Sreemoung

Colorectal cancer

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