EFFICACY OF CLOSED HAEMORRHOIDECTOMY IN THE TREATMENT OF THIRD DEGREE HAEMORRHOIDS
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Introduction: Haemorrhoids is a common surgical condition. According to some estimate it affects
one quarter of all adults. Surgical intervention is usually required in low-grade haemorrhoids refractory
to non-surgical treatmen and high-grade symptomatic haemorrhoids.
Objective: To determine the efficacy of closed haemorrhoidectomy in the treatment of third degree
Materials and methods: This case series study was conducted in surgical department Hayatabad
Medical Complex Peshawar from 10th march 2017 to 10 sep 2019 after obtaining approval from
Hospital ethical and research commitee. A total of 263 patients were included in the study.
Results: A total of 263 patients undergoing closed haemorrhoidectomy were included in the study.
Average age was 37.15 years+9.81SD with range 20-60 years. The efficacy of closed
hemorrhoidectomy in term of postoperative pain was observed in 193(73.38%).
Conclusion: We concluded that closed haemorrhoidectomy in term of postoperative pain was
effective in patients with third degree hemorrhoids.