Laparoscopic Appendicectomy

About Treatment

For patients with appendicitis, our laparoscopic appendicectomy treatment provides an advanced surgical option. With many benefits over open surgery this minimally invasive method involves making small incisions in the belly to remove the inflamed appendix.   Whether patients have been diagnosed with appendicitis or are exhibiting symptoms, our Laparoscopic Appendicectomy service provides a safe, efficient, and patient-focused method of treating appendiceal problems and facilitating an immediate recovery. Get in touch with us right now to arrange a consultation with our skilled surgical team and to find out more about this advanced surgical option.

Frequently Asked Questions

A laparoscope, a thin tube with a camera, and surgical equipment are inserted into the belly through a number of tiny incisions made during the surgery. Next, one of the incisions is used to identify, detach, and remove the appendix.
The majority of individuals with simple appendicitis are good candidates for laparoscopic surgery. Nonetheless, a number of criteria, such as the patient’s general health and the severity of the ailment, influence the decision.
Though it varies, recovery time is usually quicker than after open surgery. After the surgery, most patients are able to return to their regular activities in a week or two.
Little incisions are created during laparoscopic surgery, leaving little scars. These scars typically lighten and become less apparent with time.
Generally speaking, laparoscopic appendicectomy is safe to perform when pregnant, particularly in the first and second trimesters. The severity of the appendicitis and the stage of pregnancy, however, will determine whether or not surgery is performed.

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