CREATING AN EXPERIMENTAL MODEL OF MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY IN PIGS

Vlad-Emil LUCA, Sidonia BOGDAN, Cosmin PEȘTEAN, Ciprian OBER, Iulia MELEGA, Călin POPA, Călin REPCIUC, Liviu Ioan OANA

Abstract


Minimally invasive surgery is a common technique that replaces classic surgery because of many benfits, including reduced postoperative pain and shorter hospitalization time. Getting familiar with the skills needed to perform this techniques requires specific training. In this study, we developed a two-day training on four live pigs, where the participants had to identify the uro-genital tract, liver, gall bladder, stomach, intestines and performing certain maneuvers on them and we preferred to focus on the basic laparoscopy procedures, which can then be integrated into any procedure.

Keywords


laparascopy, minimally invasive surgery, pig, training.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15835/agrisp.v111i3-4.13571



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