The Solution for Hernia, The Hernia Centre
At hernia operation, general or regional anaesthesia techniques can be used. Which anaesthesia will be applied to which patient is in the common decision of the patient and the anaesthetist.
At open operations, all anaesthesia forms can be used. These methods are the general anaesthesia, the local anaesthesia, spinal and epidural anaesthesia.(...)
At modern surgical operation, the goal is to treat hernia on the most comfortable and reliable way fort he patient, to provide that the patient gains his/her normal life back in shortest time. That the post-operational period is painless, has the lowest complication ratio, the lowest risk of re-incur are the greatest advantages of the tension free method. The loss of working (...)
The advantages of the Closed Method can be count as follows:
It is realized with very tiny cuts. That the cuts are short reduce also the wound complications. Infections, early term post-surgery pains, and in long term chronic skin sensibilities are seen less. That the cuts are short provide also an advantage in cosmetic aspects. After a short time, it gets impossible to find the locations of the cuts.