The innovative surgical method performed through small incisions to reduce the risk of normal surgery. Laparoscopic surgery is carried out with the assistance of thin devices and a video camera. The major advantage of Laparoscopic treatment is that doctors do not have to perform large abdominal cuts to reach the target organ. Laparoscopic Treatments are performed to remove the affected part in the gallbladder, appendix, stomach, and kidney. For removal of uterus, fallopian tube and in hernia treatment also, Laparoscopic treatment is widely carried out. Laparoscopy treatment is also used to diagnose several diseases. A small incision will be created through which a tube will be inserted to pump carbon dioxide thereby making the abdomen clearly visible. By inserting a laparoscope through the tube, the surgeon will be able to have a clear view of the part he is going to treat. The laparoscope transfers the image of the internal organs enabling a larger view in the monitor. Unlike the traditional surgery method, where the surgeon had to create a large incision for exact vision, in Laparoscopic Treatment, the surgeon performs the treatment based on the visualized image. Once the surgeon has completed the removal or repair of the affected organ, Carbon Dioxide that was pumped inside will be removed and the incisions will be closed using stitches. Laparoscopic diagnosis takes 30 -60 minutes, whereas the time required for the surgery may vary depending on the affected part. Laparoscopic treatment requires less time and comparatively less painful than normal procedures.