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Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Bangkok – Best for Abdomen Problem!

What is laparoscopic cholecystectomy?

It is a surgical procedure where the surgery can eliminate the gallbladder called cholecystectomy. It is removed through a 5 to 8 inch long incision, or cut in your abdomen. It is just made below your ribs on the right side and moves to just below your waist. A small invasive way to eliminate the gallbladder is called laparoscopic cholecystectomy. It is uses a laparoscope to eliminate the gallbladder. This procedure is performed through various incisions rather than through one large incision.

How its remove the gallbladder?

It is a small, thin tube is put that is put into your body through a tiny cut made just below your navel. Now it is the time to move for the laparoscopic cholecystectomy.

What is the Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy?

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy is the invasive surgical treatment for a removal of gallbladder.

How it is done?

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy is normally done by using the general anesthesia. During procedure an abdomen is been inflated with the carbon dioxide to give the room for procedure. By, small incision that is made at navel, the laparoscope is inserted in an abdomen. Also, 3 small additional holes are all made to allow entry of instruments. Gallbladder is been located and cystic duct & artery are ll tied off. Gallbladder is been removed and incision is closed. At times x-ray is taken on operating table to search for stones and abnormalities in common bile duct.

Why it is done?

The gallbladder removal is generally done to treat following conditions:

– The gallbladder disease, like gallstones, infection & inflammation of gallbladder & gallbladder polyps

Laparoscopic surgery is linked with the less postoperative pain, the shorter hospital stay, as well as better cosmetic results than open surgical treatment.

Risks and complications

There are the possible risks or complications that are associated with the anesthesia, which includes respiratory and cardiac malfunction. Some other complications include:

– Injury to bile duct, blood vessels and abdominal organs

– Infection

– Post operative bleeding

– Minor shoulder pain (and from carbon dioxide gas)

Risks are reduced by following surgeon’s instructions before & after the surgery.

Alternatives

The open surgery (laparotomy) might need to get performed in the patients with bleeding; in case, there is the abnormal anatomy resulting from the acute infection; and where scarring from earlier surgeries and infections prevent clear view of anatomy.

Candidate eligibility

Surgeon can make final determination of every patient’s eligibility for procedure after the examination & consultation with patient.

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