Objective To analyze the application value of laparoscopic and conventional surgery in the treatment of acute incarcerated inguinal hernia. Methods A total of 68 patients with inguinal incarcerated hernia who were treated in the hospital from January 2018 to December 2019 were taken as the research objects. They were randomly divided into two groups, 34 patients in the control group underwent conventional surgery, and 34 patients in the observation group with laparoscopic surgery, and the surgical indicators and the incidence of postoperative complications were compared between the two groups. Results The length of surgical incision, operation time, time to get out of bed, and hospital stay in the observation group were shorter than those in the control group, and intraoperative blood loss was less than that in the control group. The difference was statistically significant(t=11.803, 8.294, 15.294, 10.903, 8.071,P<0.05). The complication rate in the observation group was 2.94%, which was significantly lower than 23.53% in the control group. The difference was statistically significant(χ^2=4.610, P <0.05). The treatment satisfaction rate of the observation group was 94.12%, which was significantly higher than the 76.47% of the control group(χ^2=7.902, P<0.05).Conclusion Laparoscopic surgery for patients with incarcerated inguinal hernia has the advantages of high safety,definite results, and quicker recovery after surgery.
Incarcerated inguinal hernia