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  • Answer: A disadvantage to laparoscopy is that some growths may be too large or extensive to remove with laparoscopic instruments, necessitating a laparotomy.
  • Answer: a diagnostic tool (to visualize structures in the abdominal cavity and examine them for endometrial growths) and as an operative tool (to excise or destroy endometrial growths).
  • Answer: Robotic systems are available to assist with laparoscopy. A robotic arm, attached to the operating table may be used to hold and position the laparoscope.
  • Answer: 1. Pure Risk situations are those where there is a possibility of loss or no loss. There is no gain to the individual or the organization. WHERE AS Speculative Risks are those where there is a possibility of gain as well as loss. The element of gain is inherent or structured in such a situation. 2. Pure risks are generally insurable while the speculative ones are not. 3. The conceptual framework of the risk pooling can be applied to the pure risks, while in most of the cases of speculative risks where it is not possible. However, there may be some situation where the law of mathematical expectation might be useful. 4. Speculative risk carry some inherent advantages ti the economy or the society at large while pure risks like uninsured catastrophes may be highly damaging. 5. In pure risk, for example - a car meet with an accident or it may not meet with an accident. If the insurance policy is bought for the purpose, then if accident does not occur, there is no gain to the insured. Contrarily, if the accident occurs, the insurance company will indemnify the loss. In speculative risk, for example - if you invest in the stock market, you may either gain or lose on stocks.
  • Answer: It depends on what risk you are talking about. If you want an answer, please reask and I will try to help you out.
  • Answer: Risk Management and Risk Control Risk Control is a somewhat obscure term, particularly in comparison to the much more familiar term Risk Management. Google returns fewer than nine hundred thousand hits for RC, whereas it returns almost ten million for RM.RC seems to be a term mainly associated with reducing hazards in the workplace. RM is a term used in all sorts of business contexts, particularly in engineering forms and manufacturing companies, and is an activity that deals primarily with identifying, assessing, and mitigating potential problems that, should they occur, would have a negative impact on a project or program.
  • Answer: A perceived risk is a risk in which one thinks of that might happen before commiting an action involving that risk. An actual risk is a risk that has a better likelihood of happening. For example, getting a splinter is a perceived risk while walking barefoot. However, an actual risk is a car crash.
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    Carbon dioxide causes the abdomen to swell, which lifts the abdominal wall away from the internal organs. That way, the doctor has more room to work.
  • Answer: Laparoscopy is usually an outpatient procedure and patients are discharged from the recovery area within a few hours after the procedure.
  • Answer: it depends on what kind of surgery you are having.......
  • Answer: complications due to anesthesia, infection, injury to organs or other structures, and bleeding. There is a risk that endometriosis will reoccur
  • Answer: Diagnostic laparoscopy
  • Answer: Laparoscopy is typically performed in the hospital under general anesthesia, although some laparoscopic procedures can be performed using local anesthetic agents.

What is a major risk of laparoscopy?

  • The most serious complication that can occur during laparoscopy is laceration of a major abdominal blood vessel

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