Aims and objectives: To study the pain felt by patients operated with conventional cholecystectomy (laproscopic)comparing with single-port cholecystectomy(laparoscopic).
Materials and Methods:42 patients were studied in the group 1 who underwent routine laparoscopiccholecystectomy and 38 patients were in group 2 who underwent the single port cholecystectomy. VAS was used as the scale for measurement of post-operative pain at 3 different time points. A value of p<0.05 was considered to be statistically significant.
Results:In the results, Intergroup analysis did not show any significant difference in VAS scores between the two groups at any of the 3 time points studied. Conclusion:we concluded thatthere is no significant difference inthepainpost-operatively between the two study groups.
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