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Study of Haemorrhoids, Comparison between Electrotherapy Rubber Band and Haemorrhoidoctomy in Patients of Andrapradesh Population


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1 Department of General Surgery, Nimra Institute of Medical Sciences, Nimra Nagar, Jupudi(v) Ibrahimpatnum (M) Krishna (District) Andrapradesh, India
     

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90 adult patients (48 males and 42 females) aged between 25 to 50 years were studied pre-operative clinical manifestation were 35(38.8%) had protruded hemorrhoids, 18(20%) had bleeding, 17(18.8%), had painful hemorrhoids, 11(12.2%) had hemorrhoids with discharge 9(10%) had hemorrhoids with pruritis. In the comparison of grade-II with grade-III MXSP mean value of grade-II was 102 and grade-III was 120 (p<0.01) and t test was–109, MSP of grade-II mean value was 73 and grade-III was 96.5 (p<0.01) and t test was–147. In RBL study before and after treatment all parameters like MXRP MXSP MRP MSP, VFS MXTV were highly significant (p<0.01). In monometric study of electro therapy before and after electro therapy all the parameters viz MXRP, MRP, MSP, VFS, MXTV. Were found to be highly significant p value (p<0.01). In the study of haemrroidectomy before and after haemorroidectomy all the parameters viz, MXRP, MRP, MSP, VFS, MXTV were found to be highly significant (p<0.01).Post operative conditions of haemorroidectomy, RPL and electrotherapy were compared. Post operative pain was severe (6%) at haemorroidectomy moderate (4%) at RBL and mild (2%) at electrotherapy. Thrombosized external haemorroids was 1% at haemorroidectory, 2% at RBL and nil at electro therapy. Urinary retention was highest (5%) at haemorroidectomy, 1% at RBL and nil at electro therapy. Post–operative discharge was 3% at haemorroidectomy, 2% at RBL and nil at electrotherapy. This comparative study has pragmatically proved that, electro therapy approach for grade–II and grade–III haemorroid treatment is safer than other method

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RBL= Rubber Band Ligation, Electro Therapy, Haemorroidectomy Manometer.
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Ravi Dasyam
Department of General Surgery, Nimra Institute of Medical Sciences, Nimra Nagar, Jupudi(v) Ibrahimpatnum (M) Krishna (District) Andrapradesh, India

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90 adult patients (48 males and 42 females) aged between 25 to 50 years were studied pre-operative clinical manifestation were 35(38.8%) had protruded hemorrhoids, 18(20%) had bleeding, 17(18.8%), had painful hemorrhoids, 11(12.2%) had hemorrhoids with discharge 9(10%) had hemorrhoids with pruritis. In the comparison of grade-II with grade-III MXSP mean value of grade-II was 102 and grade-III was 120 (p<0.01) and t test was–109, MSP of grade-II mean value was 73 and grade-III was 96.5 (p<0.01) and t test was–147. In RBL study before and after treatment all parameters like MXRP MXSP MRP MSP, VFS MXTV were highly significant (p<0.01). In monometric study of electro therapy before and after electro therapy all the parameters viz MXRP, MRP, MSP, VFS, MXTV. Were found to be highly significant p value (p<0.01). In the study of haemrroidectomy before and after haemorroidectomy all the parameters viz, MXRP, MRP, MSP, VFS, MXTV were found to be highly significant (p<0.01).Post operative conditions of haemorroidectomy, RPL and electrotherapy were compared. Post operative pain was severe (6%) at haemorroidectomy moderate (4%) at RBL and mild (2%) at electrotherapy. Thrombosized external haemorroids was 1% at haemorroidectory, 2% at RBL and nil at electro therapy. Urinary retention was highest (5%) at haemorroidectomy, 1% at RBL and nil at electro therapy. Post–operative discharge was 3% at haemorroidectomy, 2% at RBL and nil at electrotherapy. This comparative study has pragmatically proved that, electro therapy approach for grade–II and grade–III haemorroid treatment is safer than other method

Keywords


RBL= Rubber Band Ligation, Electro Therapy, Haemorroidectomy Manometer.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.37506/v10%2Fi12%2F2019%2Fijphrd%2F191950