Laparoscopic Splenectomy | Spleen removal | ALSA| ITP| Hemolytic Anemia Dr. Tahir Yunus
What is Laparoscopic Splenectomy?
Laparoscopic medical procedure has become the standard treatment for both kindhearted and dangerous illnesses of the spleen that require splenectomy. All through the about most recent three decades, various methodologies have been portrayed. By and large terms, signs for the laparoscopic approach are equivalent to for open medical procedure, with the exception of in horrendous cases, where the utilization of this methodology stays disputable. The negligibly intrusive way to deal with the spleen has demonstrated to be protected and practical, and not just gives the effectively notable favorable circumstances of this strategy, yet in addition has indicated preferable results over open medical procedure. Three patient-positions (foremost, semi lateral, full horizontal) have been portrayed for the exhibition of laparoscopic splenectomy and we adopt them at ALSA. Every one of them has their favorable circumstances and burdens and the decision of one over the other will rely upon the inclinations of the specialist.
Laparoscopic Splenectomy | Spleen removal at ALSA
Negligibly obtrusive splenectomy has become the standard treatment for sicknesses of the spleen that require careful treatment. Laparoscopic splenectomy not just gives the known favorable circumstances of the insignificantly obtrusive methodology, yet in addition has indicated preferable results over open medical procedure. The lateral way to deal with laparoscopic splenectomy has the benefit of better perception of the splenic hilum and the tail of the pancreas, along these lines maintaining a strategic distance from injury and upgrading analyzation of the ligaments. If there should be an occurrence of need of transformation to open medical procedure, a subcostal entry point might be utilized. The lateral position gives shorter employable time, less perioperative and postoperative intricacies and short hospital stay as compared to anterior approach.
Conditions in which Spleen is removed
- Auto-immune thrombocytopenia purpura (ITP)
- Hemolytic Anemia
- Hereditary conditions
Benefits of Laparoscopic Splenectomy
- Quite less operating pain
- Really short hospital stay
- Patient can quickly get back to normal solid diet
- Cosmetically pleasing
- Very few incisions
- Less chances of hernias
HOW IS LAPAROSCOPIC REMOVAL OF THE SPLEEN DONE?
At ALSA, You will be put under general sedation and be totally snoozing. A cannula (empty cylinder) is set into the midsection by our specialist Dr. Tahir Yunus and your mid-region will be expanded with carbon dioxide gas to make a space to work. A laparoscope (a little telescope associated with a camcorder) is gotten through one of the cannulas which extends a video image of the inside organs and spleen on a TV screen. A few
cannulas are put in various areas on your mid-region to permit your specialist to put instruments inside your tummy to work and expel your spleen. A quest for frill (extra) spleens and afterward expulsion of these additional spleens will be done since 15% of individuals have little, additional spleens. After the spleen is cut from all that it is associated with, it is put inside a unique bag. The bag with the spleen inside is pulled up into one of the little, however biggest incisions on your midsection. The spleen is separated into little pieces (morcelated) inside the exceptional bag and then totally removed from body.
Frequently Asked Questions
Splenectomy is an absolutely safe procedure particularly as compared to the open surgical procedure for removing spleen as it is minimally invasive and also give better results than the open one.
You will be sent home within one week after surgery of the open surgical procedure of splenectomy but after the laparoscopic splenectomy you can go home sooner and will recover fully in 2 weeks.
After the removal of spleen liver will take over the job and you will be able to cope with many infections easily.