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Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Mark batson - Jan 4th, 2013 11:01 am.
Mark batson
Mark batson
I was diagnosed with inflamed large bowel,by colonoscopy 2 years ago, after medication bowel settled slightly but I still have between 7-10 loose bowel movements a day, I spoke with specialist in uk who said elective colostomy would be an option for me and would help rest the bowel as it never fully recovered. Does the world laparoscopy hospital offer this service to a overseas paying customer like myself and if yes how could I go about speaking to surgeon. Thank you.
re: Ibd by Dr M K Gupta - Jan 6th, 2013 12:28 am
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Dr M K Gupta
Dr M K Gupta
Dear Mark Batson

We can perform elective colostomy for you if it is advised by your physician. In colostomy a stoma is created to offer fecal diversion for both emergent and elective procedures. It could be should have been temporary or permanent, with regards to the reason for the operation. The most important indications for emergency colostomy creation are set to colonic obstruction or colonic perforation with peritonitis. The utility of a colostomy of these conditions is to guarantee the safe evacuation of stool from the body by preventing the effects of the anastomotic leak from the high-risk primary anastomosis.

With respect to the severity of the patients illness, colostomy creation will be the only procedure performed over the operation. However, when the patients condition can tolerate an extended operation, and when it can be technically feasible, an effort to address the diseased segment ought to be made. In these instances, the diseased colon might be resected plus an end colostomy created, or possibly a primary anastomosis having a protective proximal colostomy may be performed. Definitive surgery and colostomy closure is commonly delayed first years. Elective indications for colostomy creation are most commonly due to low rectal cancers, which require an abdominoperineal resection to get rid of the tumor.

The complete anal sphincter, rectum, and the sigmoid colon are removed with the development of a lasting end colostomy. Other indications to have an elective colostomy include protection of an low colorectal or coloanal anastomosis, rectovaginal fistula, incontinence, radiation proctitis, and perianal sepsis.

With regards

M.K. Gupta
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