Monday, 21 May 2018

Removing Appendix Is Pretty Easy Now

Before knowing about Appendectomy, let us take a glance at “what is appendicitis”.  Appendicitis is the condition when appendix gets inflamed, where the appendix is a worm-shaped pouch that projects out from cecum.

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Brief Description on Appendectomy

An appendectomy is a common emergency surgery which is performed to treat appendicitis by the surgical removal of the appendix. Removal of appendix is the easiest and quickest way to treat appendicitis.

In 1735, the first report on appendectomy procedure came. A surgeon from the English army, Amyan, who performed appendectomy without anesthesia to remove an inflamed appendix.

Main symptoms of Appendicitis

  • Severe stomach pain
  • constipation or diarrhea
  • vomiting
  • loss of appetite
  • low fever

How is appendectomy performed

Appendectomy procedure can be performed by either open surgery or by Laparoscopic technique. The open method requires a 2 to 3-inch incision in the lower right–hand side of the abdomen, where laparoscopic appendectomy is a minimally invasive procedure by three small incisions in the abdomen area under general anesthesia.
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For laparoscopic appendectomy procedure, firstly a cannula is inserted to inflate the abdomen with carbon dioxide gas that allows the surgeon to clearly see the appendix. After abdominal inflation, a laparoscope is inserted through one of the incisions, which is attached to a monitor that guides the surgeon to see inside the abdomen. The appendix is tied off with stitches and removed through the incisions. These incisions are then cleaned, closed, and dressed.

Small incisions and minimal scarring.......short surgery which usually takes only 15 to 30 minutes......less postoperative pain.......Short hospital stays......early return to normal activity.....

Dr. Deepak Rao at Rashmi Hospital offers advanced Appendix removal surgery in Bangalore. Rashmi Hospital in Bangalore is well known for effective appendicites treatment in india.

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Sunday, 18 February 2018

An Advanced Method In Polyps Removal – Hysteroscopy

Polyps are the overgrowth of endometrial tissues, i.e. the inner lining of the uterus. It is sometimes called as endometrial polyps. The polyps may be oval or round and the size may range from millimeters to centimeters. Polyps can form as one or many.
hysteroscopy for polyps removal


What are the causes of Polyps?
Even though the exact cause of polyps is unknown, yet hormonal swings are the considerable factor. Estrogen which thickens the endometrium each month also appears to be linked with uterine polyps’ growth.

What are the main symptoms of Polyps?

Many women with uterine polyps will have no symptoms at all. However, some women may face one or more of the below symptoms.
  • Infertility
  • Irregular menstrual period
  • Bleeding even after menopause
  • Vaginal spotting
  • Unusual blood flow during menstruation
  • Pelvic pain
  • Bleeding after coitus
hysteroscopy for polyps removal
In Hysteroscopy procedure, the uterus is examined for any abnormality. It is also used to remove abnormal growths such as polyps from the uterus.

Hysteroscopy Procedure

Hysteroscopy Treatment is performed as an outpatient treatment. It is done either in local or general anesthesia. The patient’s uterus is inflated with saline. The vaginal wall is opened with the help of speculum and hysteroscopy, a thin lighted tube is inserted into the uterus through the cervix. By doing so, the surgeon can view the uterus lining and any growth such as polyps, fibroids. Other instruments are inserted into the hysteroscopy to remove the polyps from the womb. Finally, the polyp/s is sent to the laboratory for a microscopic examination. Depends on the procedure and the condition, treatment time may fall between 10-60 minutes.

Advantages of hysteroscopy in polyps’ removal:
  • The procedure does not imply with any incisions
  • No abdominal wound and infections
  • No blood loss
  • Mild postoperative pain
  • Quick recovery time
  • Post-operative hysteroscopy
There are very mild discomforts felt by the patients after hysteroscopy
  • Abdominal cramping
  • Pain in the shoulder and upper abdomen
  • Bleeding or spotting
The above symptoms are common. If the symptoms go severe, then immediate medical intervention is necessary.

Dr. Deepak Rao is an ace gynecologist and laparoscopic surgeon. In his Rashmi Hospital, he provides world-class treatments and it owns the pride of being one of the best hospitals for hysteroscopy treatment in Bangalore.


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