November 4, 2010

Salpingotomy Thailand – An Advanced Process That Fight With Pregnancy Problem!

Salpingotomy is most suitable process for the tubal pregnancy. Comparisons to other pregnancy related process the salpingotomy is quick pain relief process that help the patients to quick recover from the critical process.

How one can learn more about the process?

Now days due to online service of every sectors are introduced their online address so any one can draw their required information about any subject with few clicks. Also information salpingotomy process related sites are available on the Internet. In this regard many Thailand hospitals are describing the entire process and its advantage in brief to aware the patients about the process. Due to advanced facility and high class customer service the world over patients are visiting the sites for their surgery. Though the laparoscopic salpingotomy is preferred conservative surgery of your choice in the patients desirous of the future fertility, management of the ectopic pregnancy has also changed extensively. Some other modalities such as medical management with the Methotrexate are to bereviewed for the conservative management of tubal pregnancy. Objective(s): To compare intratubal Methotrexate instillation with the laparoscopic salpingotomy for the conservative management of the tubal pregnancy.

Methods: The literature review was been conducted by using the search engines Google, and Highwire press. The success rate after the treatment & future reproductive outcome were all analyzed. Conclusions: Laparoscopic salpingotomy was superior to with the Methotrexate as the conservative treatment of the ectopic pregnancy. Thirty-four women with the unruptured tubal ectopic pregnancy were assigned randomly to undergo the salpingotomy without any tubal suturing or else salpingotomy with the tubal suturing. Reproductive performance of the patients was compared with around 24 patients who underwent the salpingectomy for EP. By m making use of life table analysis, cumulative probability of the intrauterine pregnancy at 12 & 24 months was around 45% to 45% after salpingotomy without any tubal suturing & 21% to 47% after salpingotomy with the tubal suturing, and respectively. Cumulative probability of the IUP after salpingectomy was lower than after the salpingotomy with and without the tubal suturing.

There was not any difference in cumulative probability of the EP after salpingotomy with and without tubal suturing, however it was higher than after the salpingectomy. In around 18 women who underwent laparoscopy and laparotomy, no important difference was all found between degree of the adhesions after salpingotomy with and without the tubal suturing. The findings suggest IUP after conservative treatment is much higher than after the salpingectomy, however recurrent EP is as well higher.