02 Dec 2022
30 Nov 2022
One hundred patients with hemorrhoids were collected, which were removed by Ligasure, and the purpose of the research was to know the complications that this method generates after the surgery. The process is reduced by about half, and a final definition or a complete description of the subject has been reached as follows, and since the usage of the Ligasure technique results in significantly less immediate postoperative pain after hemorrhoidectomy without any adverse effect on postoperative complications, recovery, and incontinence-rate, this technique is superior in terms of patient tolerance. Moderate to severe pain after surgery remains a problem in outpatient surgery. It causes patient flow problems and delays patient discharge and is one of the main reasons for hospital readmission and thus an adequate quality indicator for these units. The use of in-house invasive analgesic techniques, in all their regimens, can be effective in managing postoperative pain in these surgical procedures and allow for inclusion in outpatient surgery programs. Hemorrhoidal tissue comprises a group of structures (veins, arteries, and muscle fibers) located within the anus that form hemorrhoids. Its function is to fill the anal canal and help maintain urinary incontinence. Hemorrhoids are a normal part of our bodies. When these structures become inflamed, crowded, or displaced from their anatomical location, hemorrhoids, or hemorrhoidal disease, occur.