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This procedure is indicated by gastroenterologists based on the diagnosis of a patient. The surgery is used for the treatment of:
Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is a very common procedure. Nonetheless, there are certain guidelines one must follow before the operation:
Fasting: You will be expected to not eat or drink anything after midnight on the day of surgery.
Medications: You should inform your doctor about the medications you would be taking during the time of surgery. You may be asked to stop them for the meantime.
Allergy: General anesthesia is used in this procedure. If you have any allergies, you should tell your doctor about the same.
First, you will be given general anesthesia. Due to this, the patient will remain in a sleepy state throughout the surgery. The surgeon will make four small incisions in the abdomen. Then the surgeon will use one of the incisions to insert a tube with an attached small video camera. This device is known as a laparoscope. The other incisions are used by the surgeon to operate on the body. Through the video camera, the surgeon views the inside and removes the gallbladder.
The first immediate step taken by the surgeon post-surgery is the stitching up of incisions. After the operation is complete, you can expect the following:
You may feel some discomfort and pain on the surgical site
The medical and paramedical staff will give you instructions on your medicines
You may feel nauseated after the surgery
You can expect to recover fully within a week
You should avoid heavy exercises until two weeks after the procedure
After this surgery, no major dietary restrictions are there
Some risks are involved with any kind of surgery. So is the case with laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Common risks and complications are:
Infections at the surgical site
Injury to the bile duct or small intestine
For more information on laparoscopic cholecystectomy cost in Delhi, contact Credihealth Medical Experts at 8010-994-994