Surgery treatment at the LISOD Hospital is less traumatic and organ-sparing. The clinic has been equipped with two operating rooms containing laparoscopy apparatus. Ninety-nine per cent of operative intrusions in the abdomen and chest are performed via laparoscopic access: both oncological (bowels, liver, kidneys, stomach, female genital system, and prostate cancer cases) and non-oncological (gall bladder and kidneys diseases, abdominal hernia, obesity, gynaecological disorders, non-neoplastic processes in the stomach, and reflux diseases).
The LISOD Hospital was the first hospital in Ukraine to perform unique laparoscopic operations such as 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 operative intrusions are considered to be standard at the hospital.
The certified Centre for Modern Mammology performs all kinds of surgery in cases of breast cancer and medical mammoplasty. Depending on the situation, the patients can avail of both single-stage operations and delayed ones. To recover breast shape, both the patient’s own tissues and implants (either temporary or permanent) are used.
The specialists at the hospital share their experience with the colleagues from Ukraine, near and abroad. Master classes broadcasting surgeries online have become a good tradition by the hospital. The main aim of these events is to bring the knowledge and skills of the LISOD professionals to the wide medical audience. Its final target is to achieve maximal effectiveness of surgery treatment in Ukraine and abroad.
Surgery, gallery (6 photos)