Exploratory laparotomy is a surgical procedure that involves creating a big incision in the abdomen to explore and examine the abdominal organs. It is usually performed when a patient has a condition that cannot be diagnosed with non-invasive methods, such as CT scans or ultrasounds.
Laparoscopic exploration is a big procedure. Your heart and lungs will be examined in the hospital to determine whether general anaesthetic is safe to use. Your arm or hand will be used to implant an intravenous (IV) line. Your bodily functions will be observed. Moreover, a breathing tube or catheter may be required.
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You won’t feel anything because you’ll be unconscious throughout the process.
A lengthy vertical incision will be made on your belly once your skin has been cleaned. The surgeon will then look for injury or illness in your abdomen. A sample of the questionable tissue can be collected for a biopsy. If the issue’s root can be found, surgery may also be an option at this time.
Stitches or staples will have to be used to close the incision. You might only have a short-term drain to let extra fluids drain out.
Very likely, you’ll be in the hospital for several days.
A young female aged 28 years visited Parul Sevashram Hospital with an untreated problem on the right flank side. On examination and evaluation, the doctors confirmed the presence of a foreign body (some wood-like component) which had fractured the iliac spine.
An expert team of doctors performed the high-risk exploratory laparotomy to remove the foreign body from the important organs involved. During the operation, the foreign body was found in
the retro-peritoneal region, close to the lumbar plexus and external iliac vessels. The surgery was successful, and the patient stay was uneventful.
The team of highly skilled surgeons, ‘Dr. Akshay Sutariya, Dr Nakul Bhatt and Dr Nisarg Parikh’ once again proved their excellence and valour in the field of unusual medical emergencies. Parul Sevashram Hospital has come a long way in the medical field by providing exceptional care and treatment to its patients. The hospital’s dedication to delivering quality healthcare services has enabled it to provide successful treatment and care to patients who require medical attention.
The hospital has also made significant contributions to the medical field by conducting research and utilising advanced technologies, which has resulted in improved patient outcomes. The hospital’s commitment to patient care and innovative medical practices has made it a trusted and reliable institution in the medical field.
So, if you’re looking for ‘apno jaisi seva’ in the medical field, you know where to land- Parul Sevashram Hospital,the best multispeciality hospital in Vadodara!