Hernia is a surgical disease characterized by the exit (protrusion) of the internal organs of the abdominal cavity from its normal position. The most common disease among adults and children is abdominal hernia. In medical practice, it is common to distinguish several types of abdominal hernias (abdominal cavity):
External signs of abdominal hernia are very obvious: uncharacteristic of the anatomical structure of the human body subcutaneous protrusions in the hypochondrium, groin.
Herniology is a field of medicine that deals with the study and treatment of hernias of the anterior abdominal wall. Hernioplasty is a surgical intervention aimed at eliminating a hernia by suturing it and strengthening weak areas of the abdominal wall. Hernia removal operations at the New Life Clinic are performed by a top category herniological surgeon with 30 years of experience in Ukraine and the USA (Loma Linda University Medical Center, California) .
Davyd Noga is the founder and chief physician of the New Life Clinic, has 22 scientific works, 3 patents for inventions (including one patent of the international PCT standard) and patent rights for 2 useful models in medicine.
Open hernioplasty allows access to the contents of the hernia and the hernial gate through an external incision, while the incisions made are minimal, the tools used are minimally traumatic, and the suture material is made of ultra-thin modern materials. Thus, when performing operations, we care not only about the physical result and elimination of the disease, but also about the aesthetic wishes of our patients. Surgeons at New Life use a unique method of immersion sutures > (Invention Patent of Ukraine No. 49856, dated 10.15.2002), thanks to which the patient has an almost complete absence of scars and scars.
When using this technique, surgical intervention is performed not through one large incision, but through two or three small punctures up to 0.5 cm each. A special endoscopic tool is inserted into the holes and all the necessary manipulations are performed, as well as the insertion of a surgical mesh. Thus, endoscopic hernioplasty gives better results, since the location of the mesh on the side of the abdominal cavity more reliably protects the defect of the inguinal canal or the abdominal wall with increased intra-abdominal pressure.