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Surgical treatment of anal incontinence and recto vaginal fistulas

Surgical Treatment of Anal Incontinence and Recto Vaginal Fistulas

The severity of bowel incontinence can range from leaking a small bit of faeces while exhaling to completely losing control of the bowels. It is typical among women as a potential pregnancy problem. Surgery is occasionally the sole option for treating an underlying ailment when other treatments have failed, even when it is not a dangerous condition. For most people, rectovaginal fistulas require surgery to be closed or repaired.

Complexities in Oesophagectomy Gastrectomy and Colectomies

Risks associated with oesophagectomy include infection, bleeding, coughing, leaking from the surgically connected oesophagus and stomach, hoarseness, acid or bile reflux, respiratory issues like pneumonia, and difficulty swallowing (dysphagia). Complications from a gastrectomy include infection, bleeding, and leaking from the stitched-together region. A gastrectomy may also result in issues like anaemia or osteoporosis because of a decline in your capacity to absorb vitamins. A hernia, internal bleeding, infection at the site of the skin incision, blood clots in the legs or lungs, or a colonoscopy can all result in these complications.

Number of Cases

Our success rate for combined esophagectomy, gastropexy, and colectomies is somewhere in the neighbourhood of 8 lakh cases. Visit Manipal Hospitals to know more about Anal Incontinence treatment in India.

Infection Control Protocol

Since infections are common following oesophagectomy, gastroplasty, and colectomy procedures, our infection control mechanisms kick in to put a stop to them. During this sensitive stage of recovery, patients receive cosy care and concern.