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anyone know anyone who as had to go into hospital for a operation to have a gall bladder out and has severe COPD?

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9m, 6d agoPosted 9 months, 6 days ago
Gall bladder removal with severe COPD..
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9m, 6d agoPosted 9 months, 6 days ago
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#1
explore the possibility of having it under local!?
#2
it's usually laprascopic cholecystectomy. i. e 3 ports one for the camera..one for gas. other for the actual removal . so less scarring..I suppose from an anesthetic point of view
a bit risky to put under GA but depends if said patient has other comorbidities I. e diabetes. heart issues etc...the anaesthetists are the decision makers in this case...
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fijwood
explore the possibility of having it under local!?
Thank you.. The opp is at 7:am tomorrow..
#4
afnoor
it's usually laprascopic cholecystectomy. i. e 3 ports one for the camera..one for gas. other for the actual removal . so less scarring..I suppose from an anesthetic point of view
a bit risky to put under GA but depends if said patient has other comorbidities I. e diabetes. heart issues etc...the anaesthetists are the decision makers in this case...
Thanks that is exactly what she is having..No heart problems or diabetes just COPD they said there will be a team on hand just in case.. I'm just a bit worried about it, the opp is at 7:am tomorrow..
#5
anaesthetists don't take risks im sure they've explored the options. my mum had it done last year given She doesn't have copd she was just very bloated after!! im sure she will be fine
#6
fijwood
anaesthetists don't take risks im sure they've explored the options. my mum had it done last year given She doesn't have copd she was just very bloated after!! im sure she will be fine
Thank you.. we have had a couple of appointments before so I think they have it covered..It was supposed to have been done last Thursday but after a nine hour wait they said threr was no bed in IC which they said she would need to keep a eye one her after the opp.. Again thanks..
#7
I had mine removed years, I had a GA and a cut lower abdomen 5cm long to remove the Gall bladder, similar ependix operation. It took 1 month recovery. I hope she will have scopic done as this is less painful and no scaring. Good luck.
#8
pobello
I had mine removed few years, I had a GA and a cut on my lower abdomen about5cm long to remove the Gall bladder, very much similar to ependix operation. It took me 1 month for recovery. I hope she will have scopic done as this is less painful and no scaring. Good luck.
#9
pobello
I had mine removed years, I had a GA and a cut lower abdomen 5cm long to remove the Gall bladder, similar ependix operation. It took 1 month recovery. I hope she will have scopic done as this is less painful and no scaring. Good luck.
Thank You .. Glad it worked out OK for you.. :):)

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