Abdominal or Laparotomy Surgery

Abdominal surgery is a broad classification for various surgical actions performed in the abdominal area to diagnose or treat an illness. This action uses a variety of techniques depending on which abdominal organs will be dissected, such as stomach, liver, or kidney, and others. Almost all of these actions usually require large incisions to tear the stomach and are usually called abdominal opening surgery or laparotomy, which is included as one major surgery and will require a long rest and rest period. However, newer techniques make laparoscopic surgery workable, where action requires only smaller incisions, which will provide smaller scars and less severe postoperative pain. Laparoscopic surgery using a flat pipe to be inserted through a small incision made in the patient’s body. In this flat pipe will be plugged in a video camera that can display images of the inside of the stomach as a direction to perform surgery. The surgical tool used is also designed to be used with the flat pipe so that large incisions do not need to be made. As a result, patients can recover from action faster and also do not lose much blood, as well as smaller scars. This action also minimizes the risk of infection. These low-risk stomach operations are increasingly popular these days as laparoscopic technology is growing. Surgical process of stomach surgery can not be done carelessly, surely with surgeons who already have experience in Gynae Singapore.


You can freely consult anything with our best Doctors and get high-quality care. Stomach surgery is recommended for patients with ailments that attack the inside of the stomach. Patients who may require stomach surgery are those who suffer from these diseases; Appendicitis, miscarriage / fetal failure, symptoms that affect the inside of the stomach, bleeding in the abdominal area. Almost all patients who experience certain symptoms will consult a doctor. Symptoms include pain, diarrhea, constipation, and changes in bowel movements. Abdominal surgery aims to reduce pain due to symptoms of a stomach injury, such as pain caused by inflamed or ruptured intestines or to control possible bleeding. Abdominal surgery also needs to confirm the underlying cause of the symptoms experienced to determine the appropriate treatment. Where possible, the underlying cause of the symptoms should be addressed in the same surgery, to avoid the possibility of further surgery in the future. Abdominal surgery will make changes to the pain suffered by the patient, defecation, breathing, and diet for a while.