Laparoscopic Surgery

Laparoscopic surgery is one of the most advanced methods of surgery, with a constantly expanding field of application, also known as “keyhole surgery”, due to the fact that access to the appropriate organ is achieved via small incisions (5-10mm) through which specialised surgical instruments are inserted the same way a key goes into a keyhole.

Some of the advantages of laparoscopic surgery are:

  • The smallest possible surgical incision, and minimal post-operative pain.
  • Reduced post-operative hospitalisation and faster recovery, enabling patients to return to work sooner.
  • Prevention of intra-abdominal adhesions and post-operative hernias.

Our Hospital’s specialised surgeons perform the full range of laparoscopic surgery, including:

“Excellent behaviour and scientific background of all nursing and medical staff”

Panayiota K.