DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2349-2902.isj20181990

Comparison between stapler hemorrhoidectomy and open hemorrhoidectomy in the management of grade III and IV hemorrhoids: a prospective randomized study

Shailendra Pal Singh, Somendra Pal Singh, Vipin Gupta, Kutubuddin Quadri, Mohit Gupta

Abstract


Background: Haemorrhoids are one of the most common anorectal disorders. Haemorrhoids or piles are dilated veins of the anal canal and are more common in obesity, constipation and pregnancy. Classically they occur in the 3, 7 and 11 o'clock position with the patient in lithotomy position. Symptoms of haemorrhoids are per rectal bleeding and prolapse. Bleeding is bright red in colour and which is painless. The aim of the study was to compare the early results in 60 patients randomly allocated to undergo either stapled or open hemorrhoidectomy.

Methods: Out of 60 patients, 30 (50.0%) patients underwent hemorrhoidectomy by Open Milligan-Morgan’s method were classified as Group A while rest 30 (50.0%) patients underwent hemorroidectomy by Stapler method after anal stretching, these patients were classified as Group B.

Results: Pain score of majority of patients of Group A was ≥7 (76.7%), only 6.7% had pain score <3 and rest 16.7% had pain score 3 to 6. On comparing the difference of pain in passage of first stool among patients of Group A and Group B statistically was found to be highly significant. Pain in follow up at 3, 7 and 15th day was also significantly higher in group A in comparison to group B.

Conclusions: Of the 60 patients in the current study, 32 are still in the follow up with the maximum follow up period of 11 months. There was no case of recurrence of haemorrhoids in this study. The factor of cost was not evaluated in the study since the hospital stay as well as stapling instrument was totally free in U.P, UMS, Saifai.


Keywords


Ferguson, Hemorrhoids, Milligan Morgan, Stapler

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