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Surgery & Case Studies: Open Access Journal

Research Article(ISSN: 2643-6760)

Inguinal Hernias Repair by Laparascopy. Repair of Inguinal Hernias by Laparascopy

Volume 3 - Issue 2

Olga Caridad Leòn Gonzàlez2, Pedro Rolando Lòpez Rodrìguez1*, Luis Manuel Danta Fundora3, Jorge Satorre Rocha3, Eduardo Garcia Castillo3 and Lais Angelica Ceruto Ortiz4

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    • 1Specialist I and II Degree in General Surgery, Consultant Professor and Auxiliary Researcher, General Teaching Hospital, Cuba
    • 2Specialist I Degree in General Surgery, Auxiliary Professor and Auxiliary Researcher, General Teaching Hospital, Cuba
    • 3Specialist I Degree in Genaral Surgery, Auxiliary Professor, General Teaching Hospital, Cuba
    • 4Resident of first year in General Surgery, General Teaching Hospital, Cuba

    *Corresponding author: Pedro Rolando Lòpez Rodrìguez, Consultant Professor and Auxiliary Researcher, General Teaching Hospital, Havana Cuba

Received:July 17, 2019   Published: July 24, 2019

DOI: 10.32474/SCSOAJ.2019.02.000156

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Introduction: A series of 78 laparoscopic hernioplasties performed in the General Teaching Hospital “Enrique Cabrera”.

Objective: To determine perioperative events, surgical complications and the evaluation of the pain referred by the operated patients.

Methods Between January 2012 and December 2018, 78 hernioplasties were performed laparoscopic in 60 patients; 18 had bilateral inguinales hernias. He collected the variables: age, sex, type of hernia, perioperative events and complications, and a pain scale was applied. A database was filled and processed statistically.

Results: The male sex predominated in a 5:1 ratio, the surgical time average was 53.5 minutes for unilateral hernias and 71.3 minutes for the bilateral ones. The most frequent complication in the transoperative period was bleeding lower in 27.0%, and in the postoperative period the hematoma was in 15.3%, it recurred two hernias (2.5%). At 15 days after surgery, 93.3% of theoperated did not complain of pain, but the social and labor reintegration was of only 34% of patients.

Conclusion: laparoscopic inguinal hernioplasty is a therapeutic option more, mainly in patients with bilateral and reproduced hernias.

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