Laparoscopic Adhesiolysis in Delhi

Ethos Health Care Hospital offers one of the most advanced and innovative treatments for adhesions – laparoscopic adhesiolysis. Our experienced laparoscopic surgeons provide the highest quality of care and are thoroughly trained to safely perform this procedure. We provide patients with the latest in laparoscopic technology, allowing us to make precise incisions and remove adhesions quickly and safely. The procedure is minimally invasive, requiring only a few small incisions for access to the abdominal cavity.

In South Delhi, laparoscopic adhesiolysis at Ethos Health Care Hospital is performed with the guidance of an ultrasound imaging technology called Laparoscopy. We not only remove adhesions, but we can also repair organs and structures that may have been damaged due to the adhesions. We can make adjustments and repairs during the procedure, ensuring the best outcomes for our patients.

What does mean of Laparoscopic Adhesiolysis?

Laparoscopic adhesiolysis is a minimally invasive surgical procedure used to treat abdominal pain and infertility caused by scar tissue, also known as adhesions. During the surgery, small incisions are made in the abdomen and a laparoscope (a thin tube with an attached light source) is inserted. Using this device, the surgeon can view and remove adhesions that have formed in the abdomen. After removal of the adhesions, a coating may be applied to reduce the risk of re-formation.

How the procedure is done?

The procedure can be done either in a hospital or an outpatient facility and usually takes between 1-2 hours. During the procedure, the patient is positioned on their back and given general anesthesia to make them relax and sleep during the surgery.

Once ready, small incisions are made in the abdomen, typically near the belly button. The laparoscope is then inserted to provide the surgeon with a view of the abdomen. Special instruments (such as forceps or scissors) are used to detach and remove adhesions that have formed between organs and tissues. Once all of the adhesions have been removed, a coating may be applied to reduce the risk of re-formation. The incisions are then closed and the patient is brought out of anesthesia.

At Ethos Health Care Hospital, laparoscopic adhesiolysis is performed with the highest standard of care and attention to detail. Our experienced surgeons have extensive experience performing this procedure and provide our patients with excellent results.

What benefits does a patient get from laparoscopic adhesiolysis?

The benefits of undergoing laparoscopic adhesiolysis are numerous and include:

  • Reduced abdominal pain and discomfort
  • Reduced infertility due to the removal of scar tissue
  • A quicker recovery time than traditional surgery
  • Minimal risk of infection
  • Improved quality of life due to the reduction in abdominal pain

At Ethos Health Care Hospital, we are committed to providing our patients with the best care possible. We understand that undergoing a surgical procedure can be stressful and we strive to make sure all procedures go as smoothly as possible. Our experienced surgeons are available to answer any questions you may have, before and after the procedure.

What risks are associated with laparoscopic adhesiolysis?

The risks of undergoing laparoscopic adhesiolysis vary from patient to patient and depend on the complexity of the procedure. Potential risks may include:

  • Bleeding
  • Infection
  • Injury to surrounding organs or tissue
  • Damage to abdominal wall
  • Scarring

Ethos Health Care Hospital in South Delhi, we take all necessary precautions to minimize the risk of these complications. Our experienced surgeons are committed to providing our patients with safe and effective treatments that lead to excellent outcomes.

How much does cost of laparoscopic adhesiolysis?

The cost of laparoscopic adhesiolysis varies widely depending on the method used and the complexity of the surgery. Generally, a basic laparoscopic adhesiolysis may cost anywhere from in India Rs. 1,00,000 to Rs. 1,70,000. However, if more complex procedures are necessary or if additional treatments are needed to address other issues, the cost may increase.

We provide our patients with accurate and transparent information regarding the cost of their treatments. Our team of experts will work with you to help you determine which treatment options are best suited for your needs and budget.  We believe that all patients deserve access to quality care regardless of their financial limits and work hard to ensure that our services are affordable.

Why we are the best option?

At Ethos Health Care Hospital in South Delhi, we strive to provide our patients with quality care and excellent results. Our team of experienced surgeons has extensive experience performing laparoscopic adhesiolysis procedures and offers the highest standard of care available.  We believe that everyone should have access to quality medical care regardless of their financial situation and work hard to provide our services at an affordable rate. If you’re considering laparoscopic adhesiolysis, please don’t hesitate to contact us and schedule a consultation with one of our experienced surgeons. We look forward to helping you achieve the best possible outcome for your health and well-being.


Is laparoscopic adhesiolysis a major surgery?

Laparoscopic adhesiolysis is usually considered a minor procedure and can often be completed in under an hour.  However, the complexity of the surgery depends on the severity of the scarring present and other variables, so it may take longer in certain cases.

How long does it take to recover from laparoscopic adhesiolysis?

Recovery time after laparoscopic adhesiolysis can vary, but is generally much shorter than traditional open surgery. Most patients experience minimal discomfort and can resume their normal activities within a few days.

How successful is adhesiolysis?

The success of laparoscopic adhesiolysis depends on a variety of factors such as the complexity of the surgery, and your overall health. Generally, the procedure is very successful in relieving symptoms associated with scarring and improving fertility.

Are there any alternatives to laparoscopic adhesiolysis?

Depending on the severity of your symptoms, you may be able to address scarring without undergoing surgery. Other treatments such as medications, physical therapy, and nutrition counseling may help reduce pain and improve fertility.

Can adhesions come back after adhesiolysis?

Adhesions can recur after adhesiolysis, although this is rare. It is important to follow your doctor’s post-operative instructions and practice good self-care to reduce the risk of recurrent adhesions.