Every surgical procedure represents stress for the patient. For this reason, hysteroscopy uses a minimally invasive surgical approach – because less invasive procedures usually mean shorter recovery times. The patient is able to return to normal life more quickly. At the same time, there are no compromises on quality: The expected success of the procedure is even greater than that of open surgery. Minimally Invasive Hysteroscopy offers women of childbearing age with a safe and effective method to remove uterine myomas and vulva lesions. The advanced technology assures fast recovery and minimal discomfort for the woman treated. The introduction of hysteroscopy in gynaecologic practice revolutionized the diagnosis and treatment of intrauterine disease. New methodological and technological developments have made diagnostic and operative hysteroscopy much more efficient, cost effective, safe, and useful. The most common indication for hysteroscopy is abnormal uterine bleeding (AUB), but it is also used in cases of infertility.
Hysteroscopy is a minimally invasive intervention that can be used to diagnose and treat many intrauterine and endocervical problems. Hysteroscopic polypectomy, myomectomy, and endometrial ablation are just a few of the commonly performed procedures A hysteroscopy service offers a safe, convenient and cost-effective means of diagnosing and treating abnormal uterine bleeding as well as aiding the management of other benign gynaecological conditions such as fertility control, subfertility and miscarriage and abnormal glandular cervical cytology.
Gynaecologists can seamlessly progress from standard diagnosis hysteroscopy, to operative treatment of endometrial polyps, uterine leiomyomas, uterine septa, retained products of pregnancy, and adhesions. Additional uses of operative hysteroscopy include the removal of foreign bodies such as malpositioned intrauterine devices, tubal cannulation, treatment of isthmoceles, and directed biopsy. Myomas, commonly known as uterine fibroids, are noncancerous growths of the uterus that affect about 30% of all women during their childbearing years. By treating these cases with minimally invasive technique in daycare setup, help patients by providing a safe and effective solution, higher patient satisfaction and faster recovery when compared with hospital-based operative hysteroscopy. Other potential benefits of daycare hysteroscopy include patient convenience, avoidance of general anesthesia, less patient anxiety, cost effectiveness.
Hysteroscopy is the process of viewing the inside of the cervix and uterus. The basic hysteroscope is a long, narrow telescope connected to a light source to illuminate the area to be visualized. With a patient in the lithotomy position, the cervix is visualized by placing a speculum in the vagina. The distal end of the telescope is passed into a dilated cervical canal and, under direct visualization, the instrument is advanced into the uterine cavity. A camera is commonly attached to the proximal end of the hysteroscope to broadcast the image onto a large video screen. Other common modifications are inflow and outflow tracts included in the shaft of the telescope for fluids. Media, such as sodium chloride solution, can be pumped through a hysteroscope to distend the endometrial cavity, enabling visualization and operation in an enlarged area. Thus gynaecologist take a tissue sample (biopsy), remove polyps or fibroid tumours, prevent bleeding by destroying tissue using electric current, freezing, heat, or chemicals. The tissue recovers very quickly, postoperative adhesions rarely occur.
Hysteroscopy provides surgeons with a complete system to support a wide range of applications. Our center is available to ease the transformation to day surgical treatment. Best option to treat a wide range of clinical applications to maximize results.