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Hernia Treatment Hospital, Jaipur

 

V help Laser Clinic, Jaipur offers one-stop treatment for various types of hernias. Dr. Hemendra is only laparoscopic surgeon manages hernias. He has earned skills and knowledge of laparoscopic surgery. He has worked as a consultant in Hernia treatment for three hospitals in Jaipur. HE skillfully diagnoses and treats a various hernia.

 

Dr. Hemendra Sharma is one of few surgeons in Rajasthan who are managing complex large and recurrent ventral Hernia by newer technologies named as Abdominal wall reconstruction (AWR)

 

Dr. Hemendra is proctor for hernia in Rajasthan.

 

The clinic is offering service for hiatal hernia, inguinal hernia, femoral hernia, umbilical and paraumbilical hernia, incisional hernia, hiatus hernia, obturator hernia, interstitial hernia, spigelian hernia, periumbilical hernia, epigastric hernia, etc.

 

What is Hernia? 

 

A hernia occurs when an organ compresses through a weak hole in an adjusting muscle or tissue called fascia. The condition is common in the abdomen, but also occur in the upper thigh, belly button, and groin areas. Most hernias require surgery to avoid further complications.

 

Types of Hernia

 

  • An Inguinal Hernia: It develops when part of the intestine, projects via a hole in the abdominal muscles. Bulging can be severe or painful while coughing, bending or lifting heavy things.
  • Umbilical and Paraumbilical Hernia: Develops when a section of fatty tissue pushes within an area adjacent to the belly, through a weak spot surrounding abdominal wall.
  • Incisional Hernia: It develops from scar of previous surgery.
  • Femoral Hernia: When a section of tissue slides through the wall of the femoral canal, then it gives rise to a femoral hernia. It is a bulging near the groin or thigh region.
  • Epigastric Hernia: In which fat moves out within a gap present in the wall of the abdomen connecting the umbilicus and sternum and forms a lump.
  • Interstitial hernia: It develops when an organ shifts from the muscle or tissue that keeps it in place primarily in the groin region. An interstitial hernia usually moves within the folds of the anterior abdominal wall. The hernia bag prevails within the muscular layers of the abdominal wall.
  • Spigelian Hernia: Also called a lateral ventral hernia. A Spigelian hernia develops within the muscles and the tissue that connects them.
  • Obturator Hhernia: In which pelvic or abdominal contents protrude within the Obturator foramen. The condition is common in women.
  • Hiatus Hernia: Where abdominal organ, i.e., stomach move within the diaphragm into the intermediate part of the chest.

 

Causes of Hernia

 

Hernia causes vary with the individual. Following are the causes include:

 

  • The improper and excessive lifting of heavy things
  • Troublesome coughing sessions
  • Acute accidental punches to the abdomen or stomach
  • Incorrect body posture while sitting, sleeping
  • Overweight
  • Constipation or strain to have bowel discharge
  • Chronic lung disorders
  • Week muscular strength due to lack of nutrition

 

Symptoms of Hernia

 

  • A person with a hiatus hernia experience indigestion, acute pain, belching, and bleeding.
  • In case of an inguinal hernia, gives discomfort at the time of bending or while lifting weights.
  • A small lump in the groin area.
  • Prolonged nausea and vomiting or abdominal pain.
  • Swelling, skin becomes blue or red.
  • Inefficiency to urine discharge.
  • Children have a fever.

 

Diagnosis of Hernia

 

Following are the essential steps performed to diagnose hernia.

  • Primary physical examination
  • Ultrasonography
  • Endoscopy

 

Available Treatment of Hernia

 

Laparoscopic method

 

  • Laparoscopic repair takes help of a laparoscope a surgical device.
  • In this, surgeon prepares two to four small cuts in the abdomen and hence called keyhole surgery.
  • Through these holes, they pass the laparoscope attached to a light at the end of the abdomen.
  • Then surgeon fills the stomach with carbon dioxide gas. The gas gives the space to handle the internal organs.
  • Covers the hernia hole with mesh within the abdomen and fix it as a patch.

 

Endoscopic Exta peritoneal Repair (TEP)

 

  • It is a minimum access system produces a tiny cut adjacent to the umbilicus.
  • The surgeon inserts a camera into a place after the abdominal muscles & in front of the peritoneum.
  • Then ties the hernia sac and put a mesh over the hernia hole.
  • The TEP technique is not useful in managing large hernias.

 

Endoscopic Extaperitoneal Repair (TEP) – Transversus Abdominis Muscle Release (TAR)

 

  • The surgeons use a new technique concerning the treatment of ventral hernias.
  • The method is helping the surgeon in meeting the hernia globally.
  • The method has a reasonable success rate.

 

Advantages of Laparoscopic Hernia Surgery

 

  • It gives less surgical pain compared to another method
  • It involves fewer cuts or scars
  • It requires less recovery time
  • It is single day procedure

 

Pre-Surgery and Post-Surgery Instructions

 

Pre-Surgery Instructions

 

  • Before admitting, you need to go through clinical tests to check your body fitness for surgery including a heart trace and chest x-ray.
  • Continue the exercise and keep moderate weight.
  • Take vitamin and nutritional complements before surgery.
  • Take fasting instructions from the doctor.
  • Wear comfortable clothes suitable for your operation.
  • Start laxatives 1-2 days prior to surgery.

Post-Surgery Instructions

 

Follow the basic instructions after surgery.

 

  • Take medications as per doctor’s guidelines.
  • Wear the abdominal binder that reduces swelling and pain.
  • Do not remove dressings unless taking firm instructions.
  • Shower after the removal of dressings.
  • Avoid vigorous exercise.
  • Keep the wound area clean and dry.
  • Have a healthy diet and drink plenty water

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