Kidney stone (open)
During open surgery, the surgeon uses an incision in the abdomen or the side of the individual to remove the kidney stones. Then a tube (catheter) is inserted near the kidney to remove urine before the kidney recovers.
Open surgeries may be undertaken before, after or in lieu of other procedures. You will discuss the risks and future consequences if you require surgery. They are going to instruct you how to plan and anesthesia that keeps you out of pain while recovery will say you. Operation is generally conducted when the stone is very high, whether you have a major infection, or if the renal blocks for a while.
Open operation eliminates very big stones or stones that cannot otherwise be replaced. Your doctor will make an incision on your hand for this operation. The stone is extracted, and your kidney or ureter is opened. Your kidney or ureter is then tucked away. The cut is often closed by sewing. Near the incision, a drain is left to extract the urine from the wound. In some situations, the ureter holds a temporary silicone tube called a stent during the procedure. The stent allows the cloth to cure and remove the urine.
Why B.P Poddar?
The new and most innovative technology for the removal of kidney stones is given by B.P Poddar Hospital, Kolkata, India. Advanced equipment complements our urological team to complete diverse and inexpensive urological operations. The cost of kidney stone surgery at B.P Poddar Hospital is one of the lowest compared to the other centres in Kolkata, India.