Advancements in Minimally Invasive Surgery: Enhancing Patient Outcomes

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A.Y. Kshirsagar, C.Z. Pardeshi, Anuroop Dinesh Bhakkad, Shivangi Rakesh Singh, Aparna Patange


The field of minimally invasive surgery, or MIS, has revolutionised patient care in a variety of specialisations by changing the face of surgical treatments. This analysis delves into the latest developments in medical information systems (MIS) and how they can significantly enhance patient outcomes. A major move towards less intrusive techniques may be seen in the evolution of minimally invasive surgery (MIS), from the early acceptance of laparoscopy to the incorporation of robotic-assisted surgery. Advances in imaging technology have improved visualisation and precision, enabling surgeons to more accurately navigate complex anatomical systems. Positive effects of MIS on patient outcomes include fewer problems following surgery, less discomfort, shorter hospital stays, and quicker recovery times. Notable improvements have also been made in the psychological health and general contentment of patients having MIS treatments, which have enhanced the entire patient experience. Furthermore, because they cause less physiological stress, MIS procedures show potential in increasing accessibility to a larger patient group, which includes the elderly and those with comorbidities. The integration of artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, and telemedicine represents potential future approaches in medical informatics (MIS) that might lead to improved procedural efficiency, more focused treatments, and remote surgical capabilities. But in order to appropriately guide these breakthroughs, multidisciplinary teamwork and ethical concerns are still crucial. This thorough analysis highlights the revolutionary effect of MIS on patient care and stresses the ongoing quest of innovation to maximise results and broaden the scope of minimally invasive surgical techniques.

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A.Y. Kshirsagar, et al. (2023). Advancements in Minimally Invasive Surgery: Enhancing Patient Outcomes. International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication, 11(7), 406–411.