Appendicectomy, also referred to as appendectomy or appendisectomy, is the surgical removal of appendix, which has no known role in the human body. Due to unknown reasons, it gets inflamed and filled with pus and this problem is called appendicitis. The main symptom of appendicitis is that the pain that travels to the right within the appendix area. Other symptoms like nausea, constipation and nausea may occur. These signs should be paid heed as the appendix may rupture if it is left untreated. The inflammation can worsen in the lining and blisters can develop posing a threat of infection.
For looking into the cavity the identification for appendicitis is performed. If the pain is imagined to be appendix pain, then it is eliminated as soon as possible. With the introduction of laparoscopy in the surgery for appendicitis, misdiagnosis is negligible. Additionally, it enables to create incisions and dissect the appendix within the body. The appendix surgery involves administering anesthesia and making an incision through the skin to expose the appendix. After the blood vessels are tied with stitches the organ is removed. There is a drain left to remove fluids and pus which is collected until the incision is attained, and every tissue layer is fixed.
The complication in the appendix surgery in Singapore increases when the appendix ruptures and the blisters are formed. The tubes are left to drain fluids and the pus and then the incision is closed. Doses of antibiotics resolve the inflammation. If there is any chance of appendicitis laxatives should be avoided. Though is a safe operation, there might be as a result of accidental release of thing during the surgery into the peritoneum. Of the infections prevented and are treated by antibiotics.