Why you should not delay in Appendicitis Surgery?
Medicines can provide only temporary relief
Surgery is the only permanent solution
The Appendix might rupture, which can be life-threatening
It can form an appendix Lump, which can cause adhesions and bowel obstruction
What are the benefits of Laparoscopic Appendix Surgery?
Painless and Bloodless Procedure
Minimal stitches, no scars
30 min procedure
Resume work few days
No risk of recurrence
Why you should not Fear Appendix Surgery?
Easiest and Simplest Procedure
No major complications
No major risk of infection
What are the advantages of Laparoscopic Appendix Surgery?
|Open Surgery||Laparoscopic Surgery|
|Cuts and Wounds||Yes||No|
|Rest after surgery||3-4 weeks||3-4 days|
|Hospital Stay||3-4 days||1 Day|
Why choose Citi Vascular Hospital?
Complete recovery in 1-2 days
7000+ Successful procedures
100% Insurance coverage. Zero money from your pocket.
0% EMI facility.
Dedicated Care Buddy. Personal Care
Free Pickup and Drop
No Cuts or Wounds
What is Appendicitis?
- Appendicitis are the inflammation of the appendix.
- An appendix is a finger-shaped pouch that projects from your colon from the right side of your abdomen.
Why does Appendicitis develop?
- Appendicitis develops when the inside of your appendix is blocked due to various infections or by stool stone fecolith.
What are the symptoms of Appendicitis?
Symptoms of Appendicitis may include:
- Sudden pain that begins on the right side of the lower abdomen
- Sudden pain that begins around your navel and often shifts to your lower right abdomen
- Pain that worsens if you cough, walk or make other jarring movements
- Nausea and vomiting
- Loss of appetite
- Low-grade fever that may worsen as the illness progresses
- Constipation or diarrhea
- Abdominal bloating
How Appendicitis is detected?
An expert can diagnose appendicitis through a combination of tests and observations, including:
- Physical exam
- Blood tests
- An imaging test such as an Ultrasound, CT, MRI
What are the treatment options to treat Appendicitis?
Appendicitis treatment usually involves surgery to remove the inflamed appendix. Before surgery, you may be given a dose of antibiotics to treat the infection.
Medicines: There are no effective medications except for symptomatic.
Laparoscopic Appendix Surgery, the doctor makes a small incision and inserts a laparoscope that has a tiny video camera mounted on top and surgical tools and the surgeon performs the surgery while looking at a TV monitor to remove the Appendix, Called Laparoscopic Appendectomy.
Open Surgery: Instead of tiny laparoscope, doctor make a big cut in the skin, wide open the area and removes the appendix called Open Appendectomy
Pigtail Catheter Drainage: If your appendix has burst and an abscess has formed around it, the abscess may be drained by placing a tube through your skin into the abscess. Appendectomy can be performed several weeks later after controlling the infection.
Each type of surgery has its advantages and disadvantages. The best approach will be decided by the patient’s surgeon.
What is the Cost of Appendix Surgery?
The Appendix Surgery cost depends on various factors like
- Type of Surgery
- Technique and equipment used
- Room Category
- For best estimation – consultation by the surgeon is required.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’S)
1.Does Insurance cover Appendix Surgery Cost?
Typically yes. Our Team will help you.
2.What is the recovery time after Appendix Surgery?
You can start walking after 8 hours.
3.What is the Appendix Surgery Cost?
The cost of Appendicitis Surgery depends upon multiple factors and ranges from Rs. 50,000 to 1,50,000.
4.What is the best Appencitis Surgery Procedure?
The Laparoscopic Appendix Surgery is the latest and most advanced painless procedure.
5.Which is the best hospital for Appendix Surgery?
Citi Vascular Hospital is the best hospital for Appendix Surgery, doing the highest number of Appendix treatment procedures.
6.Who is the best doctor for Appendix treatment?
Dr. Parvez Khaja and Dr. Venkat Katta are the best the doctor for Appendix Surgery in Hyderabad.
7.What are digestive / health problems caused by Appendix removal?
The Appendix does not produce any digestive juices or help indigestion. It’s a vestigial organ in the body. After an appendectomy, there are no digestive problems or need to change food habits. This is well documented as appendectomy surgery is one of the commonest surgeries done worldwide and there is a huge amount of scientific data to support this.