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SOURCE: Dual Port GYN
Paul MacKoul, MD leads a team of surgeons in a new type of gynecological surgery technique called Dual Port GYN. This advanced laparoscopic surgery offers, in general, faster recovery times and fewer complications. This allows patients to return back to normal activities within days as compared to 6-8 weeks for comparable procedures done with lager incisions.
Washington D.C. (PRWEB) November 17, 2012
This minimally invasive surgery uses only two small (5mm) incisions in the place of many small incisions (3-5 =5mm) or lager incisions (=25mm) of other gynecological surgical techniques. This improves on other surgical techniques including conventional, robotic and single port techniques. A variety of surgeries can be completed with the Dual Port Technique.
The surgeries that can be completed with the DualPortGYN procedure include: Myomectomy, Hysterectomy, Ovarian Cysts and Removal, Endometriosis and Pelvic Organ Prolapse. The minimally invasive nature of this procedure allows it to be effective on a variety of patients that may not be treatable with other procedures including: patients with many prior surgeries, patients with specific medical conditions and obese patients. Those looking for more information on available procedures should visit dualportgyn.com.
Surveys taken after the procedures have been positive. Sabina R. from Annapolis says, “Thank you. The laparoscopic procedure is so much easier to recover from than the open surgery I had had in the past! I feel wonderful!” Lucille S. from Baltimore continues, “My care was wonderful! All the doctors and nurses were very thorough and caring. Recovery has been great.”
Speaking about the difference between the Dual Port system and other methods Dr. MacKoul states the following: “As a health care provider and surgeon, I see too many patients that have undergone open abdominal procedures resulting in increased pain and complications, long hospitalizations, and extended recovery times.” He continues, “These patients could have undergone minimally invasive surgery – or laparoscopy – with far better results.”
More information can be obtained through contacting Dual Port (301) 652-4800, (888) 787-4379 or visit dualportgyn.com.
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