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Postoperative hernia

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What is the postoperative hernia? This is a hernia that occurs at the site of previous surgery for other diseases of the abdominal organs. This may be surgery to gallbladder, surgery for cancer of the intestines or stomach, ulcer surgery, surgery for appendicitis, cesarean section, etc.

 

How often do you receive postoperative hernia? Postoperative hernia occurs in approximately 20% of the operation. Prerequisites for the occurrence of postoperative hernias are favored by damaged (the disease) patients, inflammation of the operation, not good materials and equipment to work early workload and sports. After laparoscopic surgery postoperative hernia occurs mnokokratno less. The reasons are thumbnail incisions with minimal tissue trauma and preserving the strength of the abdominal wall. Many fewer wound complications contributing to the development of post-operative hernia. How best to treat post-operative hernia? The most frequent postoperative hernia occurs in the first year after surgery, but maybe later. In sculpture for postoperative hernia hernia needs to be done in 95% with canvas, because the tissues are weak. Many laparoscopic surgery is appropriate with a clearly visible defect or defects of the abdominal wall from inside. Reinforcement in depths where hernialniyat formed defect. Recovery is short and painless. Hernia complicated with postoperative infection in the operation can become a serious problem especially if the fabric used. There may be constant or intermittent leakage of fluid from the wound and nezazdravyavane, redness and fever. Treatment is difficult, expensive and bearing suffering. You may need surgery to remove the canvas with prolonged treatment up to 6 months of the wound and a new operation already relapsed hernia.

 

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