How are hernias repaired? What precautions should be taken after undergoing a hernia repair surgery?
The expression “hernia repair” refers to a surgical procedure performed to correct a hernia. Hernia repairs can be done with open or laparoscopic surgery.
You and your surgeon will discuss which type of hernia surgery is indicated for you. Laparoscopic repair is less invasive compared to traditional procedures. Both procedures are done under general anesthesia. The recovery period after the laparoscopic surgery is shorter, and the patient may return home on the day of the surgery.
Minimally invasive hernia repair with the Da Vinci® Surgical System
Our surgeons are trained and have vast experience performing hernia repairs with the Da Vinci® Surgical System, a new robotic platform designed to expand the surgeon’s capabilities and offer minimally invasive facilities for hernia repairs.
With minimally invasive surgery, the risk of complications or side effects is lower, the recovery is much faster, and the patient will experience less discomfort after the procedure.
Precautions you should take after your hernia repair
The most important is to follow your doctor’s indications to have a quick and smooth recovery.
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