Original Research Paper
Evaluation Of Hernioplasty Done By Desarda Technique
Dr Dusmanta Barman, Prof Dr Shyamal Halder
Introduction: It is estimated that 5 percent of the population will develop an abdominal wall hernia and of these, 75 percent are inguinal hernias. Men are 25 times more likely to develop an inguinal hernia than are women. The right side is affected more commonly than the left(1).Inguinal hernia repair is one of the most common treatable surgical procedures and several different surgical techniques are available .Open inguinal hernia repair is done by two methods. The conventional method uses a prosthetic mesh for strengthening the defect but has been associated with complications. Another new method uses a strip of the external oblique aponeurosis to do the same. Aims and Objectives: Our purposes to follow up 232 cases repaired by desarda technique. And this technique is as good as mesh repair, and sometimes better in terms of early recovery , post operative pain, recurrence rate and cost effective. Material and Methods: The study was a retrospective in small town at Malda , conducted for last five years from April 2014 to March 2020. The data was collected from the register of the General Surgery Operation theatre and Hospital files and from private hospitals.194 cases was elective and rest was obstructed or strangulated hernia. Results: Until date, no recurrence found and postoperative pain was minimal.
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