Dr. Muza Shrestha, the Managing Director and the Head of the General Surgery Department at Manmohan Memorial Medical College and Teaching Hospital, underwent an extensive training program in Minimal Invasive Surgery and Endoscopy in Taiwan. Minimal invasive surgery is a surgical technique that allows doctors to perform surgeries through small incisions in the body, which leads to less pain, fewer complications, and a faster recovery time. This technique involves the use of advanced surgical instruments and imaging technology to visualize the surgical site, which helps the surgeon to perform the surgery with more precision and accuracy.
During his training program, Dr. Shrestha received comprehensive training on various aspects of minimal invasive surgery, including laparoscopy, endoscopy, and robotic surgery. He was trained by some of the leading experts in the field, who provided him with hands-on training and exposure to the latest technology and techniques in the field. Dr. Shrestha gained invaluable experience in performing surgeries using minimal invasive techniques, and he is now one of the leading experts in the field of minimal invasive surgery in Nepal. His training has helped him to provide his patients with the best possible care and treatment, and has contributed to the advancement of surgical techniques in Nepal.