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Foreskin, the skin that covers the tip of the penis, is removed during a circumcision procedure.
A long-standing custom with roots in religious rituals is circumcision. For religious or other reasons, a lot of parents today circumcise their sons. It might have to do with customs passed down through families, personal hygiene, or healthcare foresight. The foreskin may be too tight to be drawn back (retracted) over the glans, for example, and a medical necessity for circumcision may arise. For older boys or men, circumcision is advised in some situations, such as in some regions of Africa, to lower the risk of certain infections that can be transferred sexually.
If left unchecked, circumcision may result in new issues. It will cause discomfort, soreness, and other unpleasant effects.
The disposable circumcision anastomat device known as the "Circumcision Stapler" is of the new generation. It was just made available in India, and it is based on an advanced circumcision method.
The stapler circumcision method is very straightforward and secure. Local anaesthesia is applied after the region has been cleaned. A topical anaesthetic spray alone may be sufficient in some cases. The plastic tube is used during the process to cover and bind the glans penis. It is pulled over the plastic tube with the additional foreskin. The foreskin is then strangled in a 360-degree circular motion by the anastomat, which is attached to the plastic tube over it. In addition to there being no bleeding, there is also no pain because the nerve supply has been severed. A precise cut is made to remove the superfluous foreskin that is on the tube above the anastomat.
Dr Vishwanathan Venkatesan is a vibrant and confident Fistula surgeon directing our team at Healing Hands Clinic, Bengaluru. His 21+ years of journey in treating patients makes the consultation experience with Dr VV, smooth where all the patients walk out of the clinic being rest assured that they will be fine.
He has aided his medical services in the armed forces and was serving as the on-call doctor during the Kargil war; the discipline and diligence still evident as he leads a civilian life today.
Dr Kishan is an accomplished and energetic Fistula surgeon and Gastroenterologist heading our team at Healing Hands Clinic, Indiranagar, Bengaluru. He has done his MBBS and MS from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences. He has undergone a fellowship in Gastrointestinal Surgery from Rajiv Gandhi University. Being a board-certified in general surgery and Gastrointestinal surgery, the patients know that they will walk out of the clinic with happy faces.
Dr. Bhaskar hails from Bengaluru, Karnataka. He has managed to carve a place for himself at Healing Hands Clinic through his sincerity and consistent efforts. Dr. Bhaskar has completed his Bachelors in Medical and Surgery from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Services Karnataka and Master’s degree in Surgery from NITTE. Also, he has cleared FIAGES fellowship in 2021. Dr Bhaskar is currently working at Healing Hands Clinic, Sahakar Nagar.
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Yes, it compresses the additional foreskin (prepuce) in a 360-degree circle, and it is almost bloodless. All of the blood arteries, including tiny blood capillaries, become blocked as a result of this compressive impact. There is therefore no possibility of bleeding both during and after the procedure.
Sensations to the brain that are transmitted by the nerve supply are inhibited by the 360-degree compression. Pain following surgery is therefore minimal.
Basically, the purpose of getting sutures is to stop any internal bleeding. With this technique, the superfluous foreskin is compressed by a gadget (prepuce). The process is nonetheless bloodless due to this compression. As a result, stitches are no longer necessary.
Since the device stays in place for a predetermined amount of time, it counts as a closed wound technique (not open to the atmosphere) and keeps bacteria from getting into your bloodstream. The likelihood of infection is therefore quite low. In other techniques, the wound is exposed to the outside environment, allowing bacteria to get into your bloodstream and potentially infect you.
NOT AT ALL! FOR EACH PATIENT, ONE DEVICE. Since the device is disposable, we use a brand-new one for each person. The risk of spreading any latrogenic (procedure-induced) infections is eliminated as a result.
It's almost SCARLESS! The anastomat strangles the additional foreskin in 360 degrees, causing the squeezed foreskin to be removed normally without cuts or stitches and producing outcomes with no visible scars.
Dressing is completely absent. There is no need for a dressing because it is a closed wound procedure (not exposed to the atmosphere) that doesn't include blood or stitches.
A single follow-up visit is all that is necessary to remove the anastomat because there is no dressing involved in this surgery due to the anastomat.
Due to the range of sizes this gadget offers, circumcision surgery is feasible for people of any age.
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