What is the bowel adhesion to surgical mesh by Dr. Iraniha?
How Dr. Iraniha managed this mesh complication?
Surgical mesh is an implant used for repairing the hernia defect. The mesh is designed to create exaggerated scar tissue in the location of hernia defect to strengthen that region. The correct placement of the surgical mesh behind the muscle and away from the intra-abdominal structures is critical to prevent the unwanted attachment of loops of bowel to the mesh, called adhesions. The bowel adhesions to the surgical mesh can create narrowing or kinking of the loop of bowel causing bowel obstruction or blockage of intestine. This complication related to the surgical mesh can happen immediately or many years after the hernia surgery and needs to be managed surgically. At Surgical Oasis institute Orange County Hernia Repair, Dr. Iraniha, has the expertise to place the mesh in the locations away from the intraabdominal structures to prevent this complication.
At Surgical Oasis Institute an Orange County Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgery center Dr. Iraniha has the expertise to perform all complex laparoscopic and robotic surgical procedure to minimize the patients’ postoperative pain and improve their outcome. For more information about the laparoscopic surgery or robotic surgery, please contact Dr. Iraniha at 949-646-8444.