Comparative study of open versus stapled haemorrhoidectomy
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2022, Volume 9, Issue 3, Pages 493-500
Stapled hemorrhoidectomy has a number of advantages over excision hemorrhoidectomy, including less postoperative pain, a shorter stay in the hospital, and a faster recovery. Furthermore, stapled hemorrhoidectomy is linked to a reduced rate of hemorrhoidal recurrence during long-term follow-up.
The study included 100 patients, 50 of whom received open and 50 of whom underwent stapled haemorrhoidectomy. Averages, standard deviation, unpaired student t test, Mann Whitney U test (for non-parametric skewed distribution), and Fischer exact test were used to assess significance levels. If the p-value ˂ 0.01 or 0.001, the difference is extremely significant. The difference is significant if the p-value ˂0.05.
In terms of postoperative pain, operative time, and return to normal activities, the stapled method for haemorrhoids is preferable than the Milligan Morgan haemorrhoidectomy. It's simple and obvious to learn. Early functional and symptomatic results have been positive, and they appear to be comparable to or better than those obtained using conventional approaches. However, long-term assessment of these parameters is required.
I conclude that both treatments were effective for hemorrhoidectomy treatment, however Stapler hemorrhoidectomy had advantages in terms of shorter operative periods, less intra- and post-surgical bleeding, and a lower incidence of various post-operative sequelae. Patients with haemorrhoids frequently avoid surgery for fear of enduring excruciating pain after a haemorrhoidectomy.
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