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What is the success rate of PELD Procedure?
Who can undergo this procedure?
As it is performed under Local anaesthesia any age group or a person with other health issues can also under go this procedure.
How long is the hospital stay?
As it is a day care procedure it usually takes 1 day
What distinguishes endoscopic from percutaneous discectomy?
Microdiscectomy, percutaneous discectomy, and lumbar discectomy. Similar to a microdiscectomy, a percutaneous (through the skin) discectomy is also known as an endoscopic discectomy. An endoscopic (small tube) is inserted into the disc's centre during a percutaneous discectomy through a very small skin incision between the vertebrae. X-ray aids in guidance.
How long is the recovery period?
As it is a day care procedure, the next day itself you can return back to your daily routine except doing hard labour and lifting weight and activities includes bending.
Can suggest a rest period of 3 to 4 weeks for the healing process
What is the risk rate for this procedure?
Comparing to other spine surgeries such as (open surgery or Minimal inversive surgery) the risk rate for PELD procedure is very low.
How long is the surgery time?
What does a percutaneous discectomy accomplish?
Discectomy by percutaneous means Interventional Spine & Surgery Group. A minimally invasive treatment called a percutaneous discectomy is used to treat injured spinal discs. A disc's inner gel material seeps into the spinal canal if it herniates or ruptures.
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