Necrosectomy

What is Necrosectomy?

Necrosectomy is a surgical procedure performed to remove dead tissues from the human body. It is recommended when an organ is at risk and it is not advisable to remove the whole...

How does it help?

Necrosectomy is done to avoid removal of the organ so that the patient is not at risk of experiencing any health complications. Only the dead tissues are removed, leaving rest o...

How is it done?

What are the benefits and risks of this procedure?

The surgery has revolutionised medical procedures, but it also has a few risks associated with it, which a person must be aware of.

The advantages of the procedure are:

  • Use of lap ensures less surgical scars and faster recovery.
  • Only dead tissues are removed from the body, and not the whole organ.
  • Improves the quality of life.
  • Reduces the chances of stroke

The risks associated with the procedure are:

  • Embolism (bubbles of air trapped in blood vessels)
  • Bleeding.
  • Organ failure and perforation in the organ.
  • Allergic reaction to sedative or anaesthesia

There is a chance of necrosectomy failure. Your doctor will inform you about the associated risks or complications which might arise post-surgery

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