Some people have problems with gallbladder disease and this pain causes some problems. If you have problems with gallbladder disease and you want to get a professional gallbladder surgery or other treatment, you can make it in Germany. It is best to consult an expert on gallbladder surgery in Germany.
On this page, you can see the best doctors for gallbladder surgery in Germany. International patients choose these specialists for gallbladder surgery in Germany due to the following reasons:
Innovative and gentle gallbladder surgery methods
Quick recovery after gallbladder surgery
Minimally invasive gallbladder surgery without bleeding and pain
Advantages of these specialists for gallbladder surgery:
In Germany in gallbladder surgery exist up to 95% success rate. The doctors listed below apply the latest techniques to achieve such a result.
The clinics for gallbladder surgery in Germany have international healthcare accreditations and certificates. It means that they provide the gallbladder surgery in accordance with the worldwide valid gallbladder surgery quality protocols.
The gallbladder surgery is already possible at a price from €9,000. Please send us your inquiry with a current x-ray image to get a detailed estimate cost.
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Gallbladder Surgery: Klinikum Nürnberg Nord wins the NZ-Klinikcheck
Which hospital is the best when the gallbladder needs to get out? Where is the breast cancer surgery particularly good? In its large hospital check, the Nürnberger Zeitung compares the treatment quality of the hospitals in Nuremberg and the region.
Galleinsteine are actually harmless. Three quarters of all patients do not even realize that they have any. Every tenth man and even every fifth woman is affected. "Only when gallstones begin to migrate, then it becomes dangerous," says Prof. Dr. med. Stein, Head of the Department of General, Visceral and Thoracic Surgery at the Nuremberg Clinic North. Every year, more than 700 gallbladders are removed, making the hospital third in Germany. "We all have a lot of experience with this procedure," says Stein. That's why his team is doing very well in this - and is at the top of the podium in this year's ranking of the big NZ clinic check.
For the third episode this year, health managers have evaluated 29 clinics in the region that are removing the gallbladder. Second place is followed by the Hallerwiese clinic in Nuremberg, followed by the Anreiomed Klinik Ansbach in third place. The Google Map below shows all the ranks of houses.
Dr. Hubert Stein strongly recommends visiting the doctor for severe pain in the right upper abdomen, colic, feeling of fullness and nausea. These are typical symptoms of gallstone disease. In the ultrasound, the culprits are then usually easy to recognize and with four small cuts, the gallbladder can be removed minimally invasive. Patients can get up and eat again the evening after the operation.
This happens during a gallbladder operation
Previously, gallbladder removal required a long incision on the abdomen. Today, the procedure is performed much gentler thanks to keyhole technology. The doctors follow their procedure on the monitor. We were at the surgery.
Minimally invasive cholecystectomy is the name of the following intervention in the jargon. Translated: Gall bladder removal by keyhole technique. Where previously a long abdominal incision was needed to get inside the patient.
About every fifth German has gallstones, but many do not know about it. Stern was seeing surgeons removing the gallbladder with state-of-the-art camera technology and minimal incisions. Because in about a quarter of the affected gallstones make problems at some point.
Professor Christian Müller shows the procedure. At the beginning, the doctor cuts the patient's abdomen with tiny slices. Then he fills it with one and a half liters of carbon dioxide. So he has more space and a better view. Müller uses metal tubes to get inside the patient. Through this he pushes a camera and instruments into the abdominal cavity. Trocars are called these tubes in the jargon.
Müller and his assistant only look at screens during surgery. Millimeter by millimeter uncover it. Müller uses a hook electrode for this purpose. This is a metal rod that cuts through tissue by means of electricity. Blood vessels and bile ducts must not be injured.
It takes almost half an hour before the surgeon asks the surgical nurse for the so-called rescue bag. These plastic bags push the doctors through one of the trocars into the stomach. Then they inhale the gallbladder and pull out the sac with the organ again. The stones are examined, the bladder passed on to the pathology.
Medical professionals recommend a healthy body weight and exercise to prevent gallstones. If the stones are already diagnosed, Professor Müller advises not to delay an operation for long.