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What is laparoscopic ventral mesh Rectopexy?

Ventral mesh rectopexy is a keyhole surgery, which involves a little cut just below the umbilicus (belly button) and two other small cuts on the right side of the tummy. The operation will be performed under general anaesthetic. This means that you will be asleep for the entire procedure.

What is ventral Rectopexy?

Ventral rectopexy (VR) has gained momentum in recent years as an operation for both full-thickness and internal rectal prolapse. Dissection is performed anterior to the rectum and mesh is fixed to the rectal wall and suspended to the sacrum.

What is laparoscopic suture Rectopexy?

Laparoscopic rectopexy is a surgery to repair a rectal prolapse, a protrusion of the rectum through the anus. In this surgery, the rectum is restored to its normal position in the pelvis.

What should I eat after Rectopexy?

Try to prevent constipation by consuming a balanced diet including foods such as fruit, vegetables and whole grains. You should drink 8 cups or glasses of flued daily (around 3–4 pints or 1.5–2 litres daily).

Are there any side effects of gallbladder surgery?

During the laparoscopic gallbladder removal surgery, some patients are ventilated using a breathing tube through the mouth that can increase the risk of pneumonia. In more severe cases, one can also develop a lung infection after the surgery.

Can a gallbladder be removed with a laparoscopic procedure?

Gallstones can be very painful and dangerous. Laparoscopic cholecystectomy removes the gallbladder and prevents gallstones from coming back. Most people fully recover from the minimally invasive procedure in just a few weeks. But call your healthcare provider if you experience any problems after surgery.

How is the long term outcome of gallbladder removal determined?

Long term (median 2 years) outcome was evaluated by a detailed postal questionnaire. Symptomatic benefit ratios (BR) accruing from the laparoscopic removal of the gallbladder were calculated. Results: Twelve operations (4.0%) were converted to open surgery and were excluded from long term outcome analyses.

What are risks or possible complications of laparoscopic cholecystectomy?

What are the risks or possible complications of laparoscopic cholecystectomy? Like any surgery, laparoscopic cholecystectomy has some risks, but they are rare: Bile leaking in the body. Bleeding. Complications from anesthesia. Hernia. Injury to the bile ducts, liver or intestines. Numbness in the surgical area.