LASER ABLATION OF PILES
Piles disease is associated with the theory of arterial blood hyperflow causing swellings in piles andconsequently hyperplasia and venous congestion. This technique helps in obliteration of terminals of the superior rectal arterial branches withno need for anaesthesia by electrofulguration with diode fibre LASER.
WHO NEEDS THIS SERVICE? & SYMPTOMS TO TAKE THIS SERVICE?
This laser ablation serviceis ideal for patients with largeprolapsing piles. Laser surgery, however, is less invasive. The affected area is treated with laserlight in a precise and focused manner and the problem is solved in a few minutes. Patients can resume their normal lives right after surgery.
The main complaints of this could be bleeding during or after defecation, pain, prolapse and peri-anal soiling. Diagnosis is made by examining the anus, anal canal, and it’s important to detect more serious causes of bleeding, like rectal cancer.
Sometimes the symptoms of enlarged piles are so bad that treating the symptoms alone is no longer enough. If the piles that are persistently painful, protrudeor return after minimally invasive procedures, patientswill probably need surgery.
PROCEDURE WE FOLLOW @ LASER PILES INDIA WITH IMAGES
Piles laser procedure is a new laser treatment for outpatient patients withpiles in which the arterial flow feeding the piles plexus is stopped by laser coagulation.
Laser (Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation) is a beam of light with some special properties. The intense beam of light interacts with tissue and can be used to 'Cut, coagulate or ablate the tissue.
Total or submucosal ablation of small pile masses can be done by a high powered diode laser or a CO2 in focussed mode or Nd: YAG laser with ablating delivery system.
Postoperative pain is significantly less in laser treatment compared to the surgical procedure (p<0.05). Duration time is also significantly shorter in laser procedure (p<0.01).
ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY WE USE IN THIS PROCEDURE
The pilesis vaporized or excised using carbon dioxide or NdYag LASER.The smaller LASER beam allows for precision and accuracy; and, usually, rapid, unimpaired healing. It is painless. LASER therapy may be used alone or in combination with other modalities. In a study of 750 patients undergoing LASER treatment for piles, 98% successful result was reported. Patient satisfaction was 99%. It is an outpatient procedure reserved mostly for first-, second- and some third-degree piles.
BENEFITS THAT PATIENTS GET AT LASER PILES INDIA IF THEY TAKE SERVICE WITH US (EG: PAINLESS TECHNOLOGY)1.Average operative time is less than conventional surgical procedures.
2.Intraoperative as well as postoperative bleeding is significantly less.
3.Postoperative pain is considerably less.
4.Good and rapid healing of operated area with minimal inflammation.
5.Quicker recovery and early return to normal lifestyle.
6.Many procedures can be done under local or regional anaesthesia.
7.Complication rate is much less.
COST OF THE SERVICE
1. Go when you need to go
This sounds like common-sense advice, but too many people ignore it. If you delay using the bathroom, your stool may become hard and dry in your bowel, which makes it harder to pass. If you strain to pass stool, your risk for developing piles increases.
Speaking of straining, don’t force a bowel movement when you don’t need to go either. Straining increases the pressure on your venous cushions, which leads to piles. In particular, straining can turn internal piles into external ones.
2. Don’t turn the bathroom into a reading room.
The more time you spend on the toilet, the more likely you will strain for bowel movements. Also, the seated position puts extra stress on your anal blood vessels. Both of these factors boost your risk of piles.
3. REASSESS YOUR DIET
A lack of fiber is the most common culprit. For example, if you find yourself constipated, try getting more fiber from green vegetables, fruits and 100 percent whole grains. If need be, ask your doctor about taking fiber supplements, but start by trying to get fiber through your diet. Fiber can help you avoid constipation, and constipation — which leads to straining — is a risk factor for piles.
Drink plenty of water with the fiber. Fiber without water makes stools hard.
4. GET MOVING
Moderate exercise helps improve or prevent many bowel and digestive issues, including piles. When you are sedentary, everything slows down, including your bowels.
Exercise helps keep waste moving through your intestinal tract. In turn, this helps you avoid constipation and dry, hard stool. Walking, running short distances, biking, yoga - take your pick, but choose an active lifestyle.
One note of caution, though if you have piles: Avoid heavy-duty weight-lifting squats and similar motions that increase abdominal pressure. If you’re trying to prevent piles, these exercises can do more harm than good.
5. SEE YOUR DOCTOR
If your symptoms change or the bleeding increases, see a doctor and get your symptoms evaluated. Not all piles treatment options are surgical and you may need as assessment to rule out other diseases.