In-Hospital Procedures in Weston and Pembroke Pines

Regarding inpatient treatments, you can rest assured that all providers at Advanced OBGYN are highly trained in performing in-hospital procedures. Those may be minimally invasive surgeries or more intricate internal medicine procedures.

Besides years of expertise, our providers are also highly trained in using the latest, state-of-the-art technologies, like the da Vinci® robotic system and other advanced devices. If you need an expert gynecologic surgeon, call one of the Advanced OB/GYN Institute locations in Weston and Pembroke Pines, Florida, or book an appointment online today.

The Inpatient Procedures We Provide

Compassionate Care Every Step of the Way

Hospital procedures can be overwhelming for most patients. It is essential that they prepare adequately for any type of surgery, with the help of proper patient education and pre-op consultations. This way, patients will have a better understanding of their condition and the aim of the treatment. Understanding these procedures will also help them make a faster and more efficient recovery post-op.

A team of compassionate and knowledgeable providers can help every patient prepare and be more relaxed when facing a surgical procedure.

We at Advanced OBGYN Institute take pride in using the latest innovations in medicine to treat our patients. Robotic surgery in gynecology is one of the most modern minimally invasive surgical techniques. It is performed using a narrow lighted scope and other miniature instruments. These are controlled through a robotic system.

With the help of robotic gynecologic surgery, our specialists are able to treat multiple conditions of a woman’s reproductive organs.

Unlike traditional open surgery, this type of treatment doesn’t require long incisions to access critical areas. Instead, surgeons navigate the instruments through a few smaller incisions.

Head to our clinic and take advantage of all the benefits da Vinci robotic surgery brings to the table.

The surgical procedure used to remove the womb (uterus) is called a hysterectomy. It is performed to treat medical issues with the female reproductive system.

The most common health problems that require hysterectomy surgery include:

  • Non-cancerous tumors
  • Ovarian cancer, cervical cancer, womb cancer
  • Pelvic pain
  • Heavy periods

Total hysterectomy is the most common hysterectomy surgery type, during which the womb and cervix are removed. On the other hand, a partial hysterectomy removes just the uterus. Robotic hysterectomy allows the doctor to perform the surgery with great precision and through small incisions on the body. This will likely cause less pain to the patient and allow them to return to daily activities more quickly than with open surgery.

Polyps and fibroids can cause abnormal uterine bleeding and, without action, lead to further complications in the female reproductive system. That’s why fibroid removal is recommended for all women suffering from this condition.

The MyoSure procedure is used to remove uterine tissues such as fibroids and polyps in order to help women lead a normal life without major surgery. And after a MyoSure polypectomy, women who would like to have children will have no additional issues conceiving.

MyoSure is quite a simple, efficient procedure that requires only 15-30 minutes to complete. So make your way to Advanced OBGYN Institute – Kompal Gadh and let our specialists help your reproductive system.

In the medical world, getting your tubes tied is known as tubal ligation. This type of procedure is used as a form of permanent birth control for women who do not wish to conceive.

In fact, the patient’s fallopian tubes are cut, tied, or blocked during the tubal ligation procedure. This prevents the sperm from traveling up the tubes and reaching the egg. Nevertheless, your menstrual cycle will remain unaffected after the procedure.

If you wish to have a bilateral tubal ligation, visit Advanced OBGYN Institute at your earliest convenience because this type of procedure can be done at any time. That includes the period after childbirth, C-section, and in combination with a separate abdominal surgery. Keep in mind that this female sterilization procedure usually can’t be reversed. And attempting reversal requires major surgery, which isn’t always effective.

Laparoscopy is also known as keyhole surgery or minimally invasive surgery. It allows the surgeon to access the inside of the abdomen or pelvis through smaller incisions instead of a large one that leaves visible scarring.

This is available because of a laparoscope – a small tube with a light source and a camera on the top. Some of the key benefits of using laparoscopic surgery include the following:

  • Reduced scarring
  • Less pain and bleeding
  • Shorter hospital stay
  • Faster recovery

Laparoscopy is used to diagnose multiple conditions. The most common ones include the following areas of medicine:

  • Gastroenterology
  • Gynecology
  • Urology

Also, the most common way of diagnosing endometriosis is with the help of laparoscopic surgery.

Myomectomy surgery is the best possible option for women who suffer from fibroids but wish to have children in the future. This operation removes fibroids while preserving the womb of the patient.

Myomectomy surgery is very effective, but fibroids can re-grow in certain situations. The younger the patient is, the more likely the issue will reappear. Women nearing menopause, on the other hand, don’t usually need myomectomy to be performed multiple times.

The size, number, and location of the fibroids determine which type of myomectomy surgery the patient needs. The existing types include:

  • Abdominal myomectomy (open myomectomy)
  • Laparoscopic myomectomy
  • Hysteroscopic myomectomy

Visit Advanced OBGYN Institute and have specialists take care of your reproductive system issues.

Though they often go away without treatment, certain patients require surgery for the removal of ovarian cysts. The procedure used to remove ovarian cysts is called ovarian cystectomy. Unless the cyst is very large or cancerous, ovarian cystectomy is a laparoscopic procedure and won’t cause significant scarring.

There are two types of cystectomy for ovarian cysts:

  • Laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy
  • Open cystectomy (laparotomy)

Laparoscopic cystectomy for ovarian cysts is a minimally invasive surgery, so most surgeons prefer it. This type of ovarian cystectomy procedure allows the patient to recover more quickly. There are multiple reasons to have this type of procedure. The most common ones include:

  • Hormonal disorders like PCOS
  • Endometriosis
  • Ovulation
  • Pelvic inflammatory disease
  • Cancer

Schedule an appointment with us if you have any questions about the procedures we provide.


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