"Lisa Shaikh is a young 20 years old girl, who underwent a laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy 1 year ago. She lost 59 kg and came down from 140 kg to 81 kg. from being a youngster who was hesitant to even step out of the house, today she has transformed into a beautiful girl brimming with confidence and ready to take on life!"
Do’s and Don’ts after Gallbladder Surgery, Gall Stone Removal, Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy: Do’s To get out of bed within 4 to 6 hours after laparoscopic surgery for gall bladder stones. Of course it has to be done under medical supervision of your doctor and hospital staff. Early mobilization helps to reduce the risk of blood clots
Gall bladder surgery or laparoscopic cholecystectomy is one of the most commonly performed general surgeries. Myths and fear of surgery sometimes lead to delay in treatment and may give rise to complications that could have been avoided. This Gallbladder Surgery in Mumbai is generally safe and if you are detected with stones in the gall bladder,
Gall bladder surgery or cholecystectomy can be done either as “open surgery” or through “laparoscopy”. Laparoscopic technique is the method of choice of the majority of the surgeons. Laparoscopy is performed through 3 to 4 key-holes on the abdomen which are from 0.5 to 1 cm in size. As compared to open surgery there is
What is the complication rate after gall bladder surgery/ Laparoscopic cholecystectomy? Gall bladder surgery or laparoscopic cholecystectomy is relatively safe. However, like every other surgery, it carries a small risk of complications that are listed below: Bile leak- This is one of the most feared complications after gall bladder surgery. An injury to the bile
Frequently asked questions (FAQ’s) on Gallbladder Surgery, Gall Stone Removal, Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy: Can gall bladder stones be treated without a surgery? Even today, the word “surgery” induces fear among patients. This is the most common question that people ask me when they come for a consult for stones in the gall bladder. However,