A hernia (a hernia or vomit) occurs when the abdominal organs (most common gut) penetrate through the front abdominal wall and protrude below the abdominal skin. It is due to the inherent weaknesses of the soft tissue structures or it develops throughout life. It is usually located in the holes, around the navel or at the site of an earlier surgical procedure. At the groin, it si more often obtained by men than women, while the femoral is usually more common for women. An umbilical hernia is often visible already after birth. The ones that are from the beginning big and that they are not closing until the second year of life, should be operated between the ages of two and four.
This hernia (a hernia) may develop in adults because of weakness in this part of the anterior abdominal wall or in women after childbirth. There is currently no known method for reducing or curing hernia other than surgery. Operational treatment of a hernia is called hernioplastic, and the procedure can be performed in general, regional or local anesthesia.
It is necessary to draw attention if you have coagulopathies, thyroid disease, high blood pressure, kidney or heart disease, and if you are taking anticoagulants (Aspirin, Andol, Plavix, Sintra).
- Anesthesia: The surgical procedure is performed in general endotracheal anesthesia.
- Duration: The duration of the treatment is about 60 minutes.
After treatment, there are minor pains that are bought by analgesics. They are regulated by antibiotics. After 20 days patient can return to regular activities.