Theoretical aspects of the technological classification of minimally invasive surgery in emergency surgery


  • Myktybek Chapyev
  • Shayatbek Abdyrahmanov
  • Bakyt Toktogaziev
  • Ruslan Zhortuchiev
  • Karimjan Aknazarov
  • Tugolbai Tagaev



minimally invasive techniques, emergency, minimally invasive surgery, classification, abdominal organs


Introduction and Aim: Since minimally invasive techniques are being used more and more, new information sources are popping up. This means that the features of the system of emergency abdominal minimally invasive surgery (MIS) need to be studied. The objective of this study is to conduct a detailed analysis of technological manipulations in minimally invasive techniques used in emergency MIS on the abdominal organs.


Materials and Methods: Using the classification approach, it is clear that the traditional paradigms of classical surgery have an effect on how modern information is used to describe how minimally invasive techniques are used in emergency abdominal MIS. A system's analysis, processing, and interpretation must be taken into account while evaluating it, including technological advances used in emergency abdominal surgery.


Results: We were able to discover that interventions during procedures can be made using one or more minimally invasive techniques, according to our classification analysis.


Conclusion: This leads us to the conclusion that it is wise to consider the mentioned part while developing new kinds of minimally invasive techniques. The proposed classification is sure to play a part in clinical practice by bringing up several minimally invasive techniques that are often used in emergency abdominal MIS. 

Author Biographies

Myktybek Chapyev

Surgical Department, Dissertation Council, National Surgical Center, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

Shayatbek Abdyrahmanov

Department of Surgery, the Osh City Clinical hospital, Osh, Kyrgyzstan

Bakyt Toktogaziev

Surgical Department, Educational Medical Scientific Medical Center of KSMA, Department of Faculty Surgery, KSMA named after I.K. Ahunbaeva, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

Ruslan Zhortuchiev

Department of Endoscopic Surgery, National Surgical Center, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan


Karimjan Aknazarov

Department of Clinical Residency, Postgraduate Studies, and Doctoral Studies, National Surgical Center, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

Tugolbai Tagaev

Department of Public Health and Healthcare, I. K. Akhunbaev Kyrgyz State Medical Academy, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan




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Chapyev M, Abdyrahmanov S, Toktogaziev B, Zhortuchiev R, Aknazarov K, Tagaev T. Theoretical aspects of the technological classification of minimally invasive surgery in emergency surgery. Biomedicine [Internet]. 2023 Aug. 30 [cited 2023 Oct. 4];43(4):1309-14. Available from:



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