Steps to take before the procedure
Our doctor at Medanta will thoroughly prepare you for the surgery. The preparatory period may include several physical examinations and tests. Your doctor may recommend you a few new medications, and changes in your diet plan, and might also ask you avoid medicines that you have been taking.
What happens during the procedure?
Your surgeon will use a laparoscope during the surgery. Multiple surgical incisions will be made around the surgical site. The laparoscope will be inserted through one small incision. Your surgeon will treat the site with the help of the laparoscope and will remove the pus and debris around it. The dead tissue will be removed, and then the surgical cut will be stitched. Sometimes, doctors can restore normal blood flow to the organ. Skin grafts may be done for tissue repair.
Your doctor will give you antibiotics to prevent infection around the surgical wound. You are likely to be discharged early. Your doctor will do a physical examination and perform imaging tests to evaluate your response to the surgery. This will help assess if further treatment is required.