|Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Jeevan Kurrana - May 24th, 2020 7:34 am.|
|Hello, sir! I hope you are well.
I have a dear friend who underwent a laparoscopic hysterectomy in January. A recent physical exam revealed that there are now abdominal adhesions, which are causing the organs to "stick together." The exam itself, was very painful.
She was first prescribed Dilaudid just after her surgery. Less than a month later, she stopped taking this medication but has since realized that she must
use it, again.
What instrument(s) is used to cut the adhesions? In a surgery video, I saw what appeared to be a laser being used. If my interpretation is correct, is that the only way? Is the traditional scalpel ever used?
re: Adhesion after laparoscopic hysterectomy by Dr. Ashish Sehgal - May 24th, 2020 8:03 am
Dr. Ashish Sehgal
|I have not seen the video of surgery so I can not tell what exactly was used in this surgery. To perform hysterectomy nowadays Ligasure or Harmonic Scalpel is used. These two instruments are FDA approved and World wide used. As far as adhesion is concerned it can develop in any patient. Adhesion can also develop if any energy is not used in laparoscopic hysterectomy.|
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