Laparoscopic Surgery is covered by Health Insurance Schemes. Cashless facility can be availed at Hande Hospital which is part of the PPN (Preferred Provider Nettwork) of Hospitals in Chennai.However if the patient does not have Health Insurance cover, the cost will be around Rs. 60,000.
September 14, 2012 4:57 am | by Krishna Hande | Posted in Abdominoplasty, Aesthetic Surgery, Cosmetic Surgery, Gynecomastia, gynecomastia before and after, gynecomastia cost of surgery, Liposuction, liposuction gynecomastia, Male breast reductio before and after, Male Breast reduction, male breast reduction cost, moobs removal, stomach reduction, Tummy Tuck, Uncategorized
A photograph of a patient before and after liposuction and excision. A video of Liposuction and excision for Gynaecomastia (enlarged male breast), fat around the knees, arms & side of thighs at Hande Hospital (9500060991)
September 7, 2012 11:17 am | by Krishna Hande | Posted in Abdominoplasty, Aesthetic Surgery, Cosmetic Surgery, Gynecomastia, hanging abdomen, Liposuction, Male Breast reduction, pendulous abdomen, stomach reduction, Tummy Tuck, Uncategorized
At Hande Hospital (9500060991) Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck) is performed as a cosmetic procedure (pendulous or hanging abdomen especially after repeated child births) and also along with a Ventral Hernia repair (Umbilical, Para-Umbilical, and Incisional Hernia). It can also be combined with Hysterectomy and other elective procedures and many of our patients opt for this combination of procedures after the surgeon has determined the feasibility of combining both procedures.
Stay in hospital will be for three to five days. There will be a thin scar hidden in the panty line. This settles over a period of time. Tummy tuck can be combined with liposuction especially of the hips etc.
Tummy tuck is performed usually for women, after she has completed her family.
Picture of a patient before and after a Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty). She also had an Umblical Hernia which was repaired during the surgical procedure.
August 15, 2012 10:14 am | by Krishna Hande | Posted in Abdominoplasty, Aesthetic Surgery, Cosmetic Surgery, cystoscopy, Doagnostic Laparoscopy, Enlarged male Breast, Gynecomastia, gynecomastia before and after, Gynecomastia cost in Chennai, gynecomastia cost of surgery, Hair Transplantation, hanging abdomen, Hemorrhoidal Artery Ligation, Kidney Stone, Laparoscopic cholecystectomy, Laparoscopic Surgery, Laparoscopy, Liposuction, liposuction gynecomastia, Male breast reductio before and after, Male Breast reduction, male breast reduction cost, moobs removal, pendulous abdomen, Piles, Renal Colic, stomach reduction, surgery fro gynecomastia, Tummy Tuck, Uncategorized, Ureteric calculous, ureteric colic, Ureteroscopy
August 8, 2012 4:42 am | by Krishna Hande | Posted in Aesthetic Surgery, Cosmetic Surgery, Enlarged male Breast, Gynecomastia, gynecomastia before and after, Gynecomastia cost in Chennai, gynecomastia cost of surgery, Liposuction, liposuction gynecomastia, Male breast reductio before and after, Male Breast reduction, male breast reduction cost, moobs removal, surgery fro gynecomastia, Uncategorized
Laparoscopic removal of the gall bladder (cholecystectomy) for gall stone disease is a well established procedure. A telescope is introduced via the umbilical port after insufflating the abdomen with carbon-dioxide. A camera is attached to the telescope and the intra-abdominal contents are visualized in a monitor. Various long instruments are introduced via other ports and the cystic duct (duct of the gall bladder) and cystic duct are isolated and cut after clipping them as shown in the video above. After making sure there is no bleeding, the ports are removed and the wounds are closed with one or two stitches.
There are distinct advantages when the gall bladder is removed laparoscopically. A long incision is avoided; stay in hospital is shorter; one can get back to normal life much faster – these are some of the advantages. However there are a few instances when one may not succeed in performing the surgery laparoscopically. In such instances your surgeon may decide to convert the surgery into a conventional open surgery. However such instances fortunately are rare. For more information please contact www.handehospital.org or call 9841011390.
Video of cystoscopy and ureteroscopy for a patient with a kidney stone lodged in the ureter. The stone is pneumatically blasted and a double ‘J’ stent is inserted. The procedure was performed at Hande Hospital, Shenoynagar, Chennai, India. Out patient facilities are also available at Hande Medical Centre Nungambakkam. Please visit our web site www.handehospital.org
Piles (Hemorrhoids) is treated by Hemorrhoidal Artery Ligation (HAL) where the hemorrhoidal artery is identified with a doppler ultrasound and ligated is regularly performed at Hande Hospital. Post – operative pain and discomfort is much less than with other methods of treating piles. Please contact 9841011390 for details.