Inguinal Hernia Repair by Desarda Technique without Mesh
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2022, Volume 9, Issue 2, Pages 400-404
Background: Inguinal hernia repair without mesh by Desarda Technique. To study the short-term postoperative mean pain-score, return to normal gait, recurrence among adult patients with primary inguinal hernias compared to other conventional methods.
Methodology: It’s an observational study with 30 patients of age group 20-40 years with primary inguinal hernia. Study was conducted in Government wenlock hospital, Mangalore. Results: Out of 30 patients included in the study, 21 right sided and 9 were left sided hernia. 28 patients were pain free by 3rd day, 2 of them were pain free by 7th day, 2 patients developed seroma collection, and 1 patient developed
wound gapping and required secondary suturing, all the patients returned to normal gait by 2nd day, no foreign body sensation, and no recurrence till now.
Conclusion: Desarda’s no mesh repair is a physiologically sound, easy to learn and simple method. It is more comfortable for the patient as pain intensity and duration is less, early return to gait and normal activity, less hospital stay, also cost beneficial (without mesh) for the patient.
- Article View: 84
- PDF Download: 144