A team of two surgeons at the European School of Laparoscopic, led by its Director Guy-Bernard Cadière, accompanied by Dr. Benjamin Cadière, both doctors Belgian surgeons laparoscopic (video-assisted surgery where the surgeon operates while watching a video monitor using instruments inserted into the abdomen through tiny incisions), is at Panzi hosptal in order to achieve operating live demonstrations to determine the feasibility of approach and his interest in laparoscopic repair of sexual trauma, high recto-vaginal fistulas specially.
During their stay at Panzi, these doctors consult, operate and also treat patients with the gallbladder problem, ovarian cyst, splenomegaly, adhesions, hernia and other problems.
These doctors should also be demonstrations in surgical adhesiolysis, tubal reversal, excision mass gynecological laparoscopic perineal hernia.
This delegation should also provide training to the medical staff of Panzi hospital in laparoscopic surgery.
The operation in laparoscopic surgery at Panzi hospital is a response to the request made by Dr. Denis Mukwege at the European School of Laparoscopic surgery and digestive surgery, CHU Saint-Pierre to assess the feasibility of repair of perineal trauma especially high rectovaginal fistula with this surgery in the hospital institution.
It was during the arrival of the medical director of Panzi hospital in Brussels to receive the King Baudouin International Prize awarded him May 24, 2011.
Interest in people treated through laparoscopic surgery is the lack of large incisions dramatically reduces the risk of infection. It allows immediate mobilization reduces the length of hospitalization prevents further mutilation and allows patients to quickly find their everyday environment.
By Ephrem BISIMWA