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Mesh needs fixation in Laparoscopic Groin Hernia Repair: An Observational Study

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Dr. Ishant Chaurasia1 (Assoc. Prof.), Dr. D. Paramhans2 (Prof. & Head) & Dr. Vighna Rajan R3 (Resident Surgical Officer)


Abstract: Background & Method: The aim of this study is to Mesh needs fixation in Laparoscopic Groin Hernia Repair. 40 cases were operated with Laparoscopic groin hernia repair. The cases were evaluated through proper history taking, clinical examination, operative procedure and post-operative follow ups. Result: Post-operative complications in laparoscopic repair was port site infection2.5%,seroma collection-2.5%, The duration of stay in hospital was 4 days for Laparoscopic repair. The recurrence rate nil recurrence with Laparoscopic repair. The return to daily activities was 7 days in Laparoscopic repair, The patient’s feedback was good with Laparoscopic repair. Conclusion: Less complication and 0 recurrences in Laparoscopic repair. Cost was reduced as we used a single fixation device and closure was done using barb sutures / vicryl. The short term results clearly favour laparoscopic repair regarding post-operative pain, sick leave and resumption of normal physical activities.

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