MIPH, or Minimal Invasive Procedure for Haemorrhoids, is a surgical technique that uses a specialized stapler device to remove hemorrhoids. The procedure is less invasive than traditional hemorrhoidectomy surgery and typically results in less pain and a quicker recovery time. It is typically performed under general or spinal anesthesia and involves the use of a stapler to excise the hemorrhoidal tissue and then staple the remaining tissue back together. It is generally considered a safe and effective treatment for hemorrhoids, but as with any surgical procedure, it does carry some risks such as bleeding, infection, and complications from anesthesia.