What is the risk of surgery?

What is the risk of surgery?

It is unthinkable that any operation is without risk. If we examine the risk sources of surgery one by one, first of all there is what doctors call the risk of infection: which means infection with the germs. Especially very dangerous microorganisms called “antibiotic resistant hospital infectious agents” are now a major problem in our country. New hospitals of moderate size have reduced this risk to increasingly low levels by means of their modern operating room conditions. Try to be operated upon in boutique hospitals where there are operating rooms with special laminar airflow equipment; that is, even the air is micro-purified.

The risk of anesthesia is considered in the second place. Thanks to the advanced anesthetic drugs, in the hands of experienced anesthesiologists, this risk too began to fall. Patient with serious illness can now be operated using regional anesthesia, i.e. “local anesthesia”.

Third place goes to the risks originating from the surgery itself, and are currently approaching zero; thanks to the surgical techniques being used in the 21st century such as new cleaning methods, disposable items, stainless instruments, microscopes that increase the sight power of the surgeon many times, endoscopes that show the back of the corners and due to the experienced surgeons with globally accepted abilities. Three birds with one stone: zero risk, hundred percent success, and back to work as soon as possible…

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