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Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   hi good morning
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User :   can you suggest the name of a very good laporoscopic surgeon in bangalore
Doctor :   Laparascopy for?
User :   bilateral hernia
Doctor :   Have come to this website for the same question previously
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User :   no
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   WHich area do you stay
Doctor :   and do you mean Inguinal hernia
User :   irrespective of area pl give the name of a very expeirienced surgeon
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User :   according to you which is better open or laporoscopic
Doctor :   It depends on the level of expetness of the surgeion
Doctor :   but laparoscopy is better than
Doctor :   the otomy approach
User :   who is ideal for laporocopy
Doctor :   General surgeon or Surgical Gastroenterologist trained in Laparoscopy are ideal
Doctor :   We will help you in getting the best one
User :   i mean the patient
Doctor :   Usually young patients with hernia
User :   but iam 56 years
Doctor :   There are two procedures
Doctor :   called TAPP and TEP repair
Doctor :   So usually all the patients are approached for the laparoscopy
Doctor :   if not possible
Doctor :   the surgeon goes for laparotomy
User :   iam 56 years with bp/140/90. what is laporotomy
Doctor :   as such the recovery is easy in laparoscopy
Doctor :   but the repair takes longer and has some complications of injuries to some organs
Doctor :   Lapartomy is open method which is conventional and traditional that is practised largely
Doctor :   in India
Doctor :   Recurrence is also a drawback
Doctor :   in laparoscopy
Doctor :   As your age is 56 you might need a mesh to place over the possible sites
User :   how much time is for open and laporoscpic operation approximately
Doctor :   Open is about 45 minutes each side if with out any complication
Doctor :   but the time given is only tentative
Doctor :   The surgeon only knows after he opens it
User :   for laporoscpy how muh time
Doctor :   So in your case the surgeon who examines you decides what approach shall be good
Doctor :   It takes a bit longer in Laparoscopy
User :   a bit means
User :   lastly say which is more safe
Doctor :   I havent witnesed
Doctor :   a laparoscopy hernia
Doctor :   I assisted only the open procedur e many times
Doctor :   So it is generally said that it take more time than the open one
Doctor :   In your case i would say a open way is better
Doctor :   this is again as I XXXXXXXX not examined you
User :   how many days of hospitalisation is required
Doctor :   For the laparoscopy it is 2-3 days and for open 5 to 7
User :   thank you very much for your help
Doctor :   Ok bye
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