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Taking 3D NOTES on Surgery

Surgery is no longer scary with the new 3D Full HD NOTES (high definition natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery), which was developed based on the concept that gynecologic surgery should have the smallest incisions so that there will not be any scarring on the abdomen. At the same time, accuracy and safety are a must. 3D Full HD NOTES is an integration of three different techniques rolled into one:

  1. Conventional laparoscopic surgery technique;
  2. Surgery through natural orifice or only a single incision; and
  3. Endoscopic surgery using 3D technology

 

Advantages of 3D Full HD NOTES

The obvious advantage is that the sight of incision is hidden underneath the belly button or the incision is made through the natural orifice, such as the vagina. Because of such small incision, the patient also benefits from faster recovery and less pain.

The highlight of this technique is that it uses 3D full HD image so that the gynecologist can clearly see the internal organs and more details since the camera can move in all four directions, creating a 3D image on the monitor. Surgeons can achieve higher accuracy and reduce the risk of complications to the surrounding because they can now see the depth as well as the plain 2D image. Patients, in turn, gain confidence in making the decision to go through with the surgery much easier than before.

 

Surgeries that can be performed with 3D Full HD NOTES

  1. Ovarian cyst
  2. Myoma uteri
  3. Hysterectomy
  4. Female sterilization
  5. Ectopic pregnancy
  6. Diagnostic laparoscopy

 

Preparing for 3D Full HD NOTES

  1. Make an appointment with your gynecologic laparoscopic surgeon to make a complete assessment of your treatment option.
  2. Prepare yourself just like any other laparoscopic surgery procedure as usual.

 

“3D Full HD NOTES is an innovative medical technology that increases the accuracy of the procedure. But like traditional type of surgery, there are some limitations. Choosing the suitable type of surgery depends on each individual’s medical condition and is up to the discretion of the surgeon. Of course, patient’s consent is central to the process. Thus, it is to the patient’s own benefit that she understands her options completely before deciding.”

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