Innovations in Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery: Improving Outcomes and Recovery Gynecology

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R. P.Patange, Manisha laddad, Manisha laddad, Sanjay Kumar S. Patil, Aishwarya Shrivastava


A paradigm change has occurred in minimally invasive gynecologic surgery (MIGS), which uses improved techniques and technology to improve patient care and recovery after surgery. This review paper provides a thorough analysis of current advancements in MIGS, emphasising its significant influence on surgical results and patient recovery. This research examines significant technical developments, procedural improvements, and their effects on how gynecologic surgery is evolving.

The accuracy and effectiveness of MIGS have been redefined by technological advancements such as augmented reality, robotic-assisted surgery, sophisticated imaging modalities, and specialty equipment. By reducing invasiveness and revolutionising the surgical technique, these advancements provide improved visibility, surgical precision, and manoeuvrability. The paper goes into detail on how important these developments are for streamlining complex procedures and enhancing patient outcomes.

The study also explores the development of improved recovery pathways in MIGS, highlighting early mobilisation, individualised care plans, multimodal pain management techniques, and psychological support. When these tactics are included into perioperative treatment, they greatly speed up patients' recuperation and enhance their general health.

When comparing MIGS advancements to open operations, a critical examination shows that patients have less blood loss, shorter hospital stays, fewer complications, better pain management, and a speedier return to regular activities. Promising findings are also shown in long-term patient outcomes and safety profiles after MIGS treatments.

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R. P.Patange, et al. (2023). Innovations in Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery: Improving Outcomes and Recovery Gynecology. International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication, 11(7), 426–431.