The Principles / Benefit of Supermicrosurgery 

Our center specializes in the use of ultramicrolymphatic-venous anastomosis (LVA) to treat lymphedema. It is necessary to use a high-power microscope to isolate the lymphatic vessels of the affected limb and anastomosis the adjacent small vein to re-establish the lymph The alternative path of fluid return allows lymph fluid retained in the limbs to cause swelling to return to the venous system, thereby improving the swelling of the limbs. This operation is a minimally invasive operation for physiological reconstruction. It has a small wound (2 to 5 cm), no pain in the wound, short hospital stay (3 to 4 days), and fast recovery time after surgery (you can get out of bed the next day after surgery).

Brain wave monitoring target anesthesia (combining BIS precision anesthesia depth and TCI precision dosing)

In this center, ultramicrolymphatic vein anastomosis always uses brain wave dual frequency index (BIS) guided total vein target anesthesia (TCI), no intubation (avoiding sore throat), no muscle relaxant (rapid Recovery of activity), to keep patients breathing spontaneously (to avoid postoperative pulmonary complications), not to faint or headache, and not to cause side effects such as nausea and vomiting common under general anesthesia (up to 20-80% probability of risk constitution), but The number of hospital stays was significantly shortened by 1.5 days, and patient satisfaction exceeded 97%.