Friday, 28 October 2016

Hernia Pain Troubles You ? Choose Robotic surgery for faster recovery

A Hernia is a bulge or protrusion of an organ through the muscle or tissue creating an opening. There are several types of hernia. Those are Inguinal, femoral, Hiatal, Umbilical, strangulated and pregnancy hernia. Hernia turns life-threatening problem if not treated properly at the right time.
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Know the causes of hernia:
Muscle weakness and excessive strain are the core causes of hernia formation. Congenital anomalies in the abdomen, prolonged coughing, persistent sneezing, constipation, heavyweight lifting, obesity, and pressure in the abdomen during pregnancy are the reasons of tuning muscles weak.

Possible symptoms of Hernia:
  • Bulging or lump
  • Bulged area does have aching or burning sensation.
  • Pain is experienced in the affected site.
  • Symptoms of hernia vary depending on the hernia type.
  • Ruptured feeling in the problematic area.

Some hernia types do not have any symptoms. After a prolonged period only, the symptoms would have experienced by the affected persons.

Robotic surgery for hernia:
Robotic surgery for Hernia is the latest and advanced surgical treatment with a minimally invasive procedure. Robotic surgery is a method of performing surgery with very small tools attached to a robotic arm. Both camera and mechanical arms are attached with surgical tools. The surgeon sits at a computer console and controls the robotic arms. The Console is the controlling centre of the device that helps the surgeon to view the surgical site through a 3D endoscope. With the help of such advanced Robotically Assisted Surgical (RAS) devices, surgeons use multiple surgical instruments such as scissors, graspers, retractors and suction irrigators. Robotic surgery is protective for all types of hernia. Under anesthesia, Robotic surgery for Hernia is performed.

Hernia Management Center offers best Robotic Hernia Surgery In Chennai with the help of dedicated team of doctors and other staff.
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Mail us:herniamanagementindia@gmail.com

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