Laparotomy surgery in Iran

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Laparotomy surgery in Iran

laparotomy surgery in iran

Laparotomy surgery iran

What is Laparotomy surgery ?

Laparotomy surgery is the general medical term for a surgery performed on the abdomen using the traditional full-size incision, rather than a minimally invasive approach. Another name for this common surgery is a coeliotomy.

A laparotomy uses a full sized incision and the minimally invasive version of the procedure is called a laparoscopy and uses multiple small incisions.

The traditional procedure--laparotomy-- is often referred to as an "open" procedure, because the incision makes an opening that allows the surgeon to visualize the organs, blood vessels, and tissues in the abdominal cavity. The laparotomy uses laparoscopic instruments including a camera inserted into very small incisions to allow the surgeon to visualize the internal structures and surgical instruments.

If the surgery is being done as an emergency, the surgeon may perform a laparotomy versus a laparoscopic laparotomy because it provides a larger view and can be somewhat quicker than the minimally invasive approach. When minutes count, the open approach procedure is typically much faster in the initial phase of surgery.

In the majority of cases the open technique is reserved for circumstances where time is of the essence, the patient is unstable or when the procedure requires a large incision, such as a surgery that requires that a large portion of the intestine be visible and accessible.

 during a laparotomy procedure in Iran

During a laparotomy, an individual is under general anesthesia, which means they are asleep. A large incision is made in the abdomen. This incision might be horizontal at the bikini line, and look similar to a C-section (caesarean section) incision, or it may be a vertical incision depending on the nature of your procedure. The incision can be as long as 15 to 20 centimeters in length. Once your surgeon makes the incision, they will be able to view the inside of your abdomen and pelvis. From there, they may remove endometrial-related cysts, called endometriomas, from the ovaries. Ultimately, as much endometriosis is removed as possible during this procedure to hopefully relieve pain and other endometriosis-related symptoms. Bands of tissue (also called adhesions) within the pelvis may be removed in order to help improve fertility.1-3

In some cases, your provider may be removing whole structures from within the pelvis, such as one or both ovaries, the fallopian tubes, or the uterus (called a hysterectomy). However, undergoing a laparotomy for endometriosis often focuses on removing endometriosis only. Your provider or surgeon will talk with you about what they are planning to do in your specific situation.

After a laparotomy surgery in iran

After your laparotomy surgery in iran, you will need to remain in the hospital for several days. Your healthcare team will monitor you for any changes in your blood pressure, temperature, and pulse. They will also monitor your wound site, to make sure it is clean and dry. You may have a urinary catheter to drain our urine without you needing to get up and go to the bathroom. You will be given pain medications and IV (intravenous) fluids through your arm to keep you comfortable and hydrated. Your healthcare team may help you to get up and move around the following day after your procedure to help prevent blood clots and other post-operation complications.1,2

You will be discharged and sent home with instructions and medications when your healthcare team feels you’re ready. You will be required to follow any instructions given and to monitor yourself for any potential issues. It can take two to six weeks, or more, to get back to your normal activities after surgery. You may need to have a caregiver around at home to help you get around the house and to perform other necessary tasks for you.

Risks of a laparotomy in Iran

There are more risks associated with undergoing a laparotomy surgery in iran for the treatment of endometriosis when compared to laparoscopic (minimally invasive) surgery. This is because a larger incision is made and the procedure has a longer recovery time. Some common risks associated with a laparotomy include, but are not limited to:

Severe bleeding (hemorrhage), including internal bleeding
Injury to internal organs such as the bladder or the bowel that may impact their functioning
Infection (especially operation site infection, pelvic infection, or urinary tract infection)
Development of scarring at the incision site
Numbness near the incision site
Development of a fistula (connection) between the vagina and bladder than requires surgical treatment
Development of blood clots
Development of scar tissue (adhesions) that can cause similar symptoms as before the procedure

Laparotomy surgery cost in iran

Factors of final cost of Laparotomy in iran

1.Treatment method
2.Type of anesthesia or sedation
3.Other treatments performed in conjunction
4.location of surgery( Shiraz , Tehran or Mashhad )

Cost of laparotomy surgery in iran is vary in different cities. in general Laparotomy cost in iran start from $330.

1Is laparoscopic surgery painful?
In the days following laparoscopy, you may feel moderate pain and throbbing in the areas where incisions were made. Any pain or discomfort should improve within a few days. ... The pain is usually a result of the carbon dioxide gas used to inflate your abdomen to create a working space for the surgical instruments.
2What are the side effects of laparoscopic surgery?
You should contact your doctor if any of the following symptoms develop after having a laparoscopy: persistent or worsening pain after a few days; new abdominal pain; nausea or vomiting; fever; fainting or feel light-headed; redness, swelling, discharge or bleeding at the wound site(s); or. difficulty urinating.
3Why is laparoscopic surgery done?
The surgery is done through a few small incisions in the abdomen. The scope is put through 1 of the incisions. It sends pictures from the inside the body to a video screen. Laparoscopy helps diagnose and treat problems in the reproductive organs.
4How dangerous is laparoscopic surgery?
Skin irritation and bladder infection are common side effects of this procedure. More serious complications are rare. However, they include: damage to an abdominal blood vessel, the bladder, the bowel, the uterus, and other pelvic structures.
5How should I sleep after laparoscopy?
Once at home, lie down and sleep as much as possible for the first 24 hours. Your abdominal muscles will be very tender the first few days. Hold a pillow against your stomach if you sneeze or cough to lessen the pain.
6When can I return to work after a laparoscopy?
Most women feel able to return to work one to three weeks after a laparoscopy. If you have had a diagnostic laparoscopy or a simple procedure such as a sterilisation, you can expect to feel able to go back to work within one week.
7Is laparoscopy a major surgery?
Laparoscopy is a way of doing surgery using small incisions (cuts). It is different from “open” surgery where the incision on the skin can be several inches long. Laparoscopic surgery sometimes is called "minimally invasive surgery."
8Which is better laparoscopy or open surgery?
Laparoscopic vs. Open Approach. The open approach involves an 8 to 10 inch incision to open the abdomen and perform the surgery in open view of the surgical team. ... In the laparoscopic method, a small fiberoptic tube (the laparoscope), connected to a video camera, is inserted through the small abdominal incisions.
9Can you die from a laparoscopy?
However, up to 15 per cent of bowel injuries might not be diagnosed at the time of laparoscopy. ... death; three to eight women in every 100 000 undergoing laparoscopy die as a result of complications (very rare).
10What is the recovery time for laparoscopic surgery?
After minor surgery, such as appendix removal, you may be able to resume normal activities within 3 weeks. Following major surgery, such as removal of your ovaries or kidney because of cancer, the recovery time may be as long as 12 weeks.

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  1. mohammad says:

    Is a laparotomy a major surgery?

    • Iranian Surgery Adviser says:

      A laparotomy is a surgical procedure through an opening (that is larger than that used for laparoscopy) into the abdomen. A laparotomy is normally used when a laparoscopy cannot be done effectively. … The risk of developing a problem that is related to having a laparotomy is low compared to other major surgery.

  2. Olivia says:

    What is the Laparotomy procedure for everyone?

    • Iranian Surgery Adviser says:

      A laparotomy is performed under general anaesthesia. The surgeon makes a single cut through the skin and muscle of the abdomen, so that the underlying organs can be clearly viewed. The exposed organs are then carefully examined. Once diagnosed, the problem may be fixed on the spot (for example, a perforated bowel may be repaired). In other cases, a second operation may be needed. Once the laparotomy is complete, the muscle of the abdominal wall and the overlying skin are sutured (sewn) closed

  3. joohan says:

    Why and what happened might a laparotomy be needed?

    • Iranian Surgery Adviser says:

      A laparotomy might be needed to look for problems in the abdomen or internal organs, or to treat a particular condition. For example, it might be done to find out why you have abdominal (tummy) pain, if you have an injury to your abdomen, to look at the spread of certain diseases such as endometriosis and cancer. Sometimes it’s done in emergency situations.
      A laparotomy needs a fairly large incision in the abdomen. It is different from a laparoscopy, which is keyhole surgery to look into the abdomen.
      You should discuss with your doctor why a laparotomy might be necessary.

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