Dr Florica specialises in a range of laparoscopic abdominal surgery such as gallbladder, bowel (colo-rectal), hernia and anti-reflux.
Based on our increasing experience with laparoscopic surgery we strongly believe that the advantages this method confers to both the surgical procedure and to patient outcomes make it a far superior preference to all but the minority of procedures.
Our best results based on our practice audit, are in laparoscopic gallbladder surgery and appendicectomy where, since 2004 we have achieved 100% of our procedures through keyhole surgery regardless of the severity of the disease or patient health status, with no need of open surgery or surgical technical complications.
In our bariatric practice we have performed laparoscopic gastric banding system insertion with no major or minor technical complications and our results are consistent with best practice standards.
Laparoscopic cholecystectomy, which is a type of "key-hole" surgery, is
currently the preferred method for treating symptomatic gallstones. The
advantages of "key-hole surgery" are in less postoperative pain, less scarring,
shorter hospital stay, speedier recovery and early return to work.
gallbladder is not an essential organ and it can be removed without any
significant adverse effects. Occasionally loose stools or diarrhoea is
encountered after surgery, but these symptoms usually improve in time.
Routine operative cholangiogram?
Laparoscopic cholecystectomy for routine surgery due to symptomatic
Emergency laparoscopic cholecystectomy for complications of gallstones such
as infection, peritonitis:
Laparascopic cholecystectomy for gangrenous cholecystitis Part 1
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