Hemorrhoid ring stapler
Supplier: Persian Arsa
Varicose veins or dilation of the vessels in the anus area is called hemorrhoids. This common disease affects about half of the people in the society and has a wide spread among the people. Treatment of hemorrhoids with a stapler or hemorrhoidopexy (PPH) or stapled hemorrhoidectomy is one of the various methods offered to treat this disease. The purpose of this treatment is to close the hemorrhoidal tissue. By cutting off the blood supply to the damaged vessels, this method causes drying and destruction of these vessels. This method, like the treatment of hemorrhoids with a rubber band, treats the disease without the use of incisions and surgical blades, but compared to that, the patient suffers much less pain.
This method is often used for advanced and internal hemorrhoids. In fact, it can be said that the stapler is used to treat grade 2 and 3 hemorrhoids that have suffered anal prolapse or intestinal tissue protrusion. But this method is more effective for grade 3 and 4 hemorrhoids than others. In fact, stapler surgery is more effective for prolapsed hemorrhoids that return to their original place by hand (grade 3) and hemorrhoids that do not go back with hand pressure (grade 4).