Phone no.

+38 (044) 277–8–277

(044) 277–8–277

(800) 50 51 58


27 Malyshko Str.,

Pliuty village, Obuhovskiy district,

Ukraine, Kyiv region 08720

4A Chornomorska Str., Chernivtsi, Ukraine, 58022

Laparoscopic Operations

The vast majority of surgical interventions in LISOD Hospital are conducted using the laparoscopic method.

Most operative intrusions at LISOD are performed as laparoscopic operations. Due to laparoscopy, surgery has become less invasive as this method does not cause any considerable trauma to tissues and organs of human body.

This type of operation is performed through little incisions with a diameter which does not exceed 0.5-1 cm (instead of big cuts in the abdominal wall or chest). There is no post-operative pain: the dosage of analgesic medication is much lower. Scars are literally absent or practically invisible after operations. Also there is no need for a prolonged bed rest and there is no risk of developing pneumonia. Due to considerable shorter period of stay at the hospital, the overall state of a patient’s health is improved rapidly, and all the bodily functions and systems recover allowing the patient to return to an active lifestyle.

This effective surgery is performed at LISOD and is conditioned by a number of important factors:

  • our patients are operated on by Sergey Baido who is a leading surgeon in the CIS nations and Europe and leads the team of highly qualified specialists;
  • we utilize advanced video cameras with 20x zoom;
  • the newest equipment is used.

The LISOD Hospital was the first in Ukraine to perform unique laparoscopic operations such as the following: partial nephrectomy (2009), pulmonary lobectomy (2010), radical prostatectomy (2010), radical surgery for cervical cancer (2010), radical hysterectomy or Wertheim-Meigs operation (2010), paraaortic lymph node dissection (2010), neoureterocystostomia (2010), gastrectomy with D2 lymph node dissection (2011), transhiatal esophagectomy (2011), esophagectomy with right-sided coloplasty (2011), ileal conduit urinary diversion or Bricker operation (2011), partial pancreatectomy (2012), radical cyst- and prostatectomy (2012), pelvic exentration (2012), ileal conduit urinary augmentation (2012), right-sided hemihepatectomy (2013), pancreaticoduodenal resection (2013), transthoracic esophagectomy (2013).

Nowadays, such operations are considered to be standard at the hospital.

The specialists work towards having the lease amount of post-operative complications. They utilize up-to-date methods of anesthetic support during surgery, which allows for a shorter recovery time and shorter post-operative period. It also contributes to a much lower number of post-operative complications cases. Many patients are able to move from the intensive care ward to a regular ward on their own the very next day after the surgery.

Laparoscopic Operations, gallery (7 photos)