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Laparoscopic Treatment for Gallstones

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  • 1 cm incision

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Why Laparoscopic Treatment?
  • Smaller incision, less pain

  • Shorter hospital stay

  • Faster recovery

  • Smaller incision, less pain

  • Shorter hospital stay

  • Faster recovery

Don't delay the treatment - Gallstones can cause
  • Serious infection of the gallbladder, bile ducts, or pancreas

  • Repeated onset of inflammation

  • Affects gallbladder functioning

  • Cholecystitis

  • Sepsis

  • Serious infection of the gallbladder, bile ducts, or pancreas

  • Repeated onset of inflammation

  • Affects gallbladder functioning

  • Cholecystitis

  • Sepsis

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What are Gallstones?

Gallstones are stone-like hardened deposits that form in the gallbladder. These are formed when bile contains too much cholesterol or bilirubin. The formation of gallstones in the gallbladder is termed cholelithiasis.

Symptoms of Gallstones
  • Pain in the upper right abdomen

  • Pain in the right side of the shoulder

  • Nausea and vomiting

  • Dark urine, clay-coloured stools

  • Jaundice

  • Pain in the upper right abdomen

  • Pain in the right side of the shoulder

  • Nausea and vomiting

  • Dark urine, clay-coloured stools

  • Jaundice

Diagnosis

The doctor will perform a physical examination to check for any visible changes in the skin for a yellowish tint indicating jaundice. A blood test may be done to check the amount of bilirubin and to rule out other infections. Ultrasound and abdominal CT scan might be done to get the images of the abdomen

Surgery

The two types of surgery options include:

  • Open surgery (traditional method)

  • Laparoscopic surgery

  • Open surgery (traditional method)

  • Laparoscopic surgery

Benefits of laparoscopic treatment
Open (traditional surgery)Laparoscopic Surgery
CutsMultiple< 1cm cut
StitchesMoreLess
PainHighLess
RecoveryMore timeFaster recovery
Chances of infectionHighLow

Frequently Asked Questions


1. Which is the best option for gallstones treatment?

Laparoscopic surgery is the best option for the removal of gallstones. It requires minimal incision and enables faster recovery from surgery.


2. Can we get rid of gallstones without surgery?

Yes. In some cases, if the gallstones are less than 1cm in size they can be dissolved with medications and by drinking plenty of water.


3. Are gallstones a serious problem?

The extent of the severity of the problem depends on the size of the gallstones. However, with various advancements, gallstones can be removed with a simple laparoscopic procedure that takes less than 30 minutes.


4. What happens if gallstones are left untreated?

Untreated gallstones can block the gallbladder and pancreas, cause inflammation of the bile duct and gallbladder, and there are chances that ignored gallstones can increase the risk of gallbladder and pancreatic cancer.


5. What are the foods to avoid when diagnosed with gallstones?

Foods to avoid when you are diagnosed with gallstones are high-fat foods, fried foods, high-fat dairy, processed meats, sugary desserts and alcohol.


6. What foods can we eat after gallbladder surgery?

Liquid foods, simple, bland nutrient-dense foods, high-fibre foods like sprouts, fruits, vegetables, nuts, and whole grains are ideal to consume after gallbladder surgery.


7. How is laparoscopic surgery for gallstones done?

Under general anaesthesia, a small incision is made in the abdomen to insert a tiny camera. The footage is displayed on the screen which guides the doctor to perform the surgery.


8. What are the risks involved with laparoscopic gallbladder surgery?

Some of the risks associated with gallbladder surgery are a reaction to anaesthesia, bleeding, blood clots, damage to blood vessels, infection, pancreatitis, injury to the bile duct, liver, or small intestine.


9. What is the recovery time after a traditional gallbladder surgery?

It takes 4 - 6 weeks of time to recover from a traditional gallbladder surgery and to get back to work.




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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1. Which is the best option for gallstones treatment?

Laparoscopic surgery is the best option for the removal of gallstones. It requires minimal incision and enables faster recovery from surgery.

2. Can we get rid of gallstones without surgery?

Yes. In some cases, if the gallstones are less than 1cm in size they can be dissolved with medications and by drinking plenty of water.

3. Are gallstones a serious problem?

The extent of the severity of the problem depends on the size of the gallstones. However, with various advancements, gallstones can be removed with a simple laparoscopic procedure that takes less than 30 minutes.

4. What happens if gallstones are left untreated?

Untreated gallstones can block the gallbladder and pancreas, cause inflammation of the bile duct and gallbladder, and there are chances that ignored gallstones can increase the risk of gallbladder and pancreatic cancer.

5. What are the foods to avoid when diagnosed with gallstones?

Foods to avoid when you are diagnosed with gallstones are high-fat foods, fried foods, high-fat dairy, processed meats, sugary desserts and alcohol.

6. What foods can we eat after gallbladder surgery?

Liquid foods, simple, bland nutrient-dense foods, high-fibre foods like sprouts, fruits, vegetables, nuts, and whole grains are ideal to consume after gallbladder surgery.

7. How is laparoscopic surgery for gallstones done?

Under general anaesthesia, a small incision is made in the abdomen to insert a tiny camera. The footage is displayed on the screen which guides the doctor to perform the surgery.

8. What are the risks involved with laparoscopic gallbladder surgery?

Some of the risks associated with gallbladder surgery are a reaction to anaesthesia, bleeding, blood clots, damage to blood vessels, infection, pancreatitis, injury to the bile duct, liver, or small intestine.

9. What is the recovery time after a traditional gallbladder surgery?

It takes 4 - 6 weeks of time to recover from a traditional gallbladder surgery and to get back to work.

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