Syndrome Surgery, known as carpal tunnel release, is a specialized procedure
conducted at Big Apollo Spectra Hospital, Patna, to address the discomfort and
pain arising from carpal tunnel syndrome. This condition arises due to
heightened pressure on the median nerve within the wrist, causing weakness and
discomfort in the hand.
of the Procedure:
When symptoms of
carpal tunnel syndrome manifest, nonsurgical treatments are initially employed
by the medical team at Big Apollo Spectra, Patna. These approaches include
anti-inflammatory medications, wrist splints, therapeutic exercises,
corticosteroid injections into the carpal tunnel, and ergonomic adjustments to
workspace. Should these interventions prove ineffective, the physician may
employ an electromyogram (EMG) to assess the electrical activity of the median
nerve. If the diagnosis confirms carpal tunnel syndrome and nerve impingement
leading to muscle atrophy, carpal tunnel release surgery is recommended.
an appointment at Big Apollo Spectra Hospital, Patna
to schedule a consultation
Similar to any
surgical procedure, carpal tunnel release surgery carries inherent risks,
Allergic reactions to anaesthesia or
Risk of nerve injury, including the
median nerve and its branches
Numbness and weakness around the hand
Potential harm to other blood vessels
for the Procedure:
Prior to the
surgery, specific preparations are necessary:
Disclose all medications, including
prescribed, over-the-counter, herbal, and supplement substances to your doctor.
blood-thinning medications such as aspirin, ibuprofen, and naproxen.
Seek guidance from your doctor
regarding medication intake on the surgery day.
Suspend smoking, as it can impede the
Inform your physician about any ongoing
illnesses, flu, fever, cold, or herpes outbreaks. If unwell, the surgery may be
Abstain from food and drink for 6 to
12 hours before the surgery. If medication is necessary, consume it with a
small sip of water.
Arrange for transportation after the
procedure and ensure punctuality.
release is performed on an outpatient basis, obviating the need for extended
hospital stay. At Big Apollo Spectra, Patna, the hand is anesthetized locally.
An incision is made from the palm's midpoint to the wrist base. The skin edges
are opened to expose the carpal ligament, which is delicately divided to
safeguard the nerves and tendons underneath. A precise incision within the
ligament grants access to the carpal tunnel, facilitating the release of the
median nerve. The incision is then closed using sutures.
seeking respite from carpal tunnel syndrome, the surgical team at Big Apollo
Spectra Hospital, Patna, ensures a procedure designed to alleviate discomfort
and enhance hand functionality.
0612-3540100 to arrange a consultation and explore this solution for relief.