Minimal Invasive Hernia Surgery is one of the most effective treatment of Inguinal Hernia condition. In minimally-invasive hernia repair, a surgeon uses a laparoscope—a thin tube with a tiny video camera at its tip—and small tools to fix a hernia. During all kinds of laparoscopic surgery, the surgeon is guided by images projected on a television monitor. Most inguinal hernia operations are performed on an outpatient basis, which means that you will return home the same day of your surgery. In many cases, patients recover more quickly from minimally-invasive hernia repair than they do from open hernia repair. The technique leaves only small scars, and may cause less pain than open hernia repair.
Before laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair surgery, you will be given general anesthesia to reduce any discomfort. During the procedure, your surgeon will make several very small incisions, usually just below your belly button. Then, a laparoscope (a small tool that allows your doctor to view the inside of your body and internal organs), is inserted into your abdomen by your doctor. Using the laparoscope to guide the repair, your physician will then repair the hernia, and reinforce the abdominal wall to prevent recurrence of the condition.
All treatments and therapies are performed by our associate Baby Memorial Hospital, Kozhikode, Kerala, India. BMH holds the responsibility of the treatment effectiveness and other services mentioned above.
After submitting your enquiry, you will be receiving a consultation over the phone, email or chat from an expert from BMH. The exact treatment procedure, patient qualification guidelines for the surgery, effectiveness of the surgery, do’s and don’ts before and after treatment, etc are communicated to you by the expert.
Before booking, you will be communicated the terms and conditions of the associate, which you have to agree for proceeding with the confirmation.