When your gallbladder is not functioning properly, the gallbladder surgeon can perform the surgical treatment needed to remove your troubled gallbladder. The gallbladder is an organ that helps in the process of digesting food with the aid of an enzyme called bile. Symptoms of a malfunction or imbalance of the gallbladder can be identified by the gallbladder surgeon. Hard fragments called gallstones can develop if the gallbladder is not functioning properly. Dr. Dasari performs gallbladder removal surgery in Las Vegas and is affiliated with Spring Valley Hospital, Desert Springs Hospital, Valley View Surgery Center, and Flamingo Surgery Center to provide his patients the best inpatient and outpatient surgical care closest to them.
If a patient is feeling intense pain in the upper right abdomen then it can be a sign of an attack in the gallbladder or gallstones. Another sign of an issue related to the gallbladder or gallstones can be extreme pain in the middle part of the abdomen, beneath the breastbone of the patient. In rare cases, vomiting and nausea can also be a cause of an underlying problem related to gallbladder or gallstones. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, it is important to schedule an evaluation with an experienced gallbladder surgeon in Las Vegas.
There are two kinds of gallbladder removal surgery a gallbladder surgeon can choose from :
Cholecystectomy: Also known as laparoscopic gallbladder surgery, the gallbladder surgeon utilizes air or carbon dioxide for a clearer vision, The next step is then to make many incisions in the abdomen of the patient to get rid of the gallbladder or gallstones. A laparoscope camera with a light attached to it is immersed in one of the incisions of the patient to help the surgeon remove the gallbladder
Open Cholecystectomy: Overweight patients or people who are in the later period of their pregnancy may be prescribed an open cholecystectomy. The surgeon makes an incision (4 to 6 inches long) in this surgical procedure. Patients are given anesthesia during treatment to avoid pain.