Cholecystectomy is the surgical removal of the gallbladder. The operation is done to remove the gallbladder due to gallstones causing pain or infection.
Sharp pain in the upper right part of the abdomen that may go to the back, mid abdomen, or right shoulder
Nausea and feeling bloated
Jaundice (yellowing of the skin) if stones are blocking the common bile duct
laparoscopic cholecystectomy—The gallbladder is removed with instruments placed into small incisions in the abdomen. Open cholecystectomy—The gallbladder is removed through an incision on the right side under the rib cage
Stone retrieval by endoscopy
For Gallstones without Symptoms
Watchful waiting for all patients
Benefits and Risks of the Operation
Gallbladder removal will relieve pain, treat infection, and, in most cases, stop gallstones from coming back.
Possible risks include—
Bile leak, bile duct injury, bleeding, infection of the abdominal cavity (peritonitis), fever, liver injury, infection, numbness, raised scars, hernia at the incision, anesthesia complications, puncture of the intestine, and death.
Risks of not having an operation—
The possibility of continued pain, worsening symptoms, infection or bursting of the gallbladder, serious illness, and possibly death.
Before your operation—
Evaluation usually in cludes blood work,urinalysis, and an abdominal CT scan,orab dominal ultrasound. Your surgeon and anesthesia provider will review your heal this story, medications, and options for pain control. The day of your operation—You will not be allowed to eat or drink while your being value ted for an emergency appendectomy.Your recovery—If you have no complications, you usually can go home in 1or 2 days after a laparoscopic or open procedure.Call your surgeon if you are in severe pain, have stomach cramping, a high fever, odor or increased drainage from your incision, or no bowel movements for 3days.
The day of your operation—
You will not eat for 4 hours but may drink clear liquids up to 2 hours before the operation. Most often, you will take your normal medication with a sip of water. You will need someone to drive you home.
If you do not have complications, you usually will go home the same day after a laparoscopic procedure or in 1 to 2 days after an open procedure.
Call your surgeon
if you have severe pain, stomach cramping, chills, a high fever (over 101°F or 38.3°C), odor or increased drainage from your incision, your skin turns yellow, no bowel movements for three days, or vomiting and the inability to keep fluids down..
Laparoscopic Gallbladder Surgery in Ahmedabad
At Arham Surgical Hospital, we provide Laparoscopic Gallbladder Surgery, to solve Gallbladder stone problem or for Gallbladder removal. Dr Chirag J. Shah is well known Gallbladder Surgery Doctor in Satellite, he is performing these surgeries of the patients of Ahmedabad and nearby places almost every month. He is a stone specialist doctor with years of experience.
If you are searching for a gallstone surgery doctor in Vastrapur, Shivranjani, Ambawadi, Prahlad Nagar, Ramdev nagar and Bodakdev, then Arham Surgical Hospital would be very near to you. You may get best Laparoscopic Gallbladder Surgery in Ahmedabad only at Arham Surgical Hospital, Satellite.