Veterinary Minimally Invasive Surgery

SAFER: Only small incisions.

OVER the last few years, advancements have been made in surgical procedures that make them safer and easier for patients. Minimally invasive surgery has become the standard for many procedures traditionally done with an open technique.

Only small incisions are required to open up the abdomen, thorax or other areas. Its main drawback is the cost of the equipment and instruments and specialisation of the surgeon.

There are many benefits of minimally invasive surgery:

  1. Smaller incisions: The dog and cat can return to normal activity because there is not so much risk from opening the wound.
  2. Increased Accuracy, Decreased Risk of Complications: The advanced instruments used in these procedures also allow for more delicate and complex work to be done correctly.
  3. Less pain.
  4. Shorter Recovery period.

Costablanca Sur:
Centro Veterinario de Diagnóstico por Imagen de Levante
C/Los Arcos 23, Ciudad Quesada Rojales. Tel: +34 609 779 109
www.resonanciaveterinaria.es

Costablanca Norte:
Anicura Marina Baixa Hospital Veterinario
www.veterinariamarinabaixa.com 

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