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Minimal Invasive Surgery In Proctology

Minimal Invasive Surgery in Proctology



LASER, Doppler Guided HAL & RAR, VAAFT & EPSit

Hemorrhoids (Piles) Fistula In Ano Fissure In Ano Perianal Abscess Pilonidal Sinus Varicose Veins



All the above surgeries are performed with ENDOSCOPE & LASER

Karan Hospital was established in the year 1995. Keeping in pace with the fast changing surgical techniques for the various procedures, latest equipment has been added from time to time. Once again it gives us immense pleasure to inform that we at KARAN HOSPITAL have introduced “Latest Techniques in the Management of Ano Rectal Disorders”.

This is the First centre in Northen India after Delhi to offer Minimal Invasive Surgical Techniques like LASER and Doppler Guided Hemorrhoidal artery ligation & Recto Anal Repair for Hemorrhoids (Piles), LASER for Anal fissure, Perianal sinus/Abscess, Video assisted Anal Fistula Treatment(VAAFT) and Endoscopic treatment for Pilonidal Sinus(EPSit). All these procedures are done endoscopically without giving any incisions.

The advantages of these techniques over conventional surgical procedures are:


Laser Treatment EVLA (Endovenous Laser Ablation) for VARICOSE VEINS

LASER treatment EVLA (Endovenous Laser Ablation) for the management of Varicose Veins is available at KARAN HOSPITAL. It is a most recent surgical technique for the treatment of Varicose Veins.

Laser Treatment EVLA (Endovenous Laser Ablation) for VARICOSE VEINS

Introduction Treatment Advantages Faqs


IRC (Infra Red Coagulation)

Infrared Ray Apparatus/Infrared Photo-coagulator is the Nonsurgical & Noninvasive method for coagulating blood vessels for immediate relief from pain or bleeding. Infrared Photo-coagulator is used mainly in the field of Hemorrhoids (Piles) Dermatology for treating Common Warts, Condylomas, Tatoos, Heamangiomas etc. In the field of ENT for treating Chronic Rhinitis, in the field of Gynaeocology for treating Cervical Erosions etc.



World's most case famous case of Hemorrhoids

If Napolean had been treated with "IRC", He may have won the battle of Waterloo.

Painful hemorrhoids lept Napolean in his tent instead of in battle. How the course of history may have changed if his doctor had owned an IRC.

Even if you don't have any famous generals in your patient population, the everyday battles of life can be better served without the discomfort of hemmorhoids.

That's why the IRC makes sense.

Advantages of IRC



Treatment Overview

Infrared photocoagulation (also called coagulation therapy) is a medical procedure used to treat small- and medium-sized hemorrhoids. This treatment is only for internal hemorrhoids.

During the procedure, a device is used that creates an intense beam of infrared light. Heat created by the infrared light causes scar tissue, which cuts off the blood supply to the hemorrhoid.

Infrared photocoagulation is done as a OPD procedure. The patient may feel heat and some pain during the procedure. Afterward, there may be a sensation of fullness in the lower abdomen. Or feeling as if the patient may need to have a bowel movement.


What To Expect After Treatment ?


Why It Is Done?

Doctors recommend coagulation therapy in cases where small internal hemorrhoids continue to cause symptoms after home treatment.

How Well does It Work ?

Infrared photocoagulation works for about 7 to 10 out of 10 people who have it. But improvements may not last. And 2 out of 10 people may need surgery.


Is there any risk associated with procedure?

Risks of coagulation therapy include: