Treatment of haemorrhoids

The safe, fast and effective treatment of haemorrhoids with the HAL-RAR method involves ligating the arteries that feed the haemorrhoidal nodes and fixing the fallen nodes. This minimally invasive treatment is indicated for all stages of haemorrhoids.

Benefits of treatment

  • No tissue removal, no open wounds and no pain
  • Surgery takes about 20-30 minutes.
  • Effectiveness proven in clinical trials
  • Fast recovery
  • Surgery successfully performed worldwide
  • Extremely low risk of complications

“The Doppler ultrasound device is gently inserted into the anus.
An acoustic signal allows the surgeon to pinpoint the arteries that supply blood to the haemorrhoidal nodes. The surgeon ligates each pulsating artery.

The procedure is not performed in the anus, but in the lower part of the rectum, where there are almost no pain nerves, making the whole procedure painless.
When the blood supply to the haemorrhoidal nodes is disrupted, the pressure in the nodes immediately drops and they begin to shrink. In just a few weeks, the symptoms of haemorrhoids disappear.

For grade III or IV haemorrhoids, the RAR (Recto Anal Repair) technique is used to bring back the fallen haemorrhoidal nodes.

First, a “running” seam is formed from top to bottom. The device allows you to do this with great precision.
The ends of the formed seam are pulled together and tied at the top, giving a lifting effect.

The innovative hemorrhoid surgery with the Trilogy system – Transanal Haemorrhoid Dearterialisation (THD) – takes about an hour and is based on a completely different principle than conventional methods of hemorrhoid treatment. A special sensor is inserted into the rectum, which uses ultrasound to identify the arteries that feed the venous dilated nodes. When the power is cut off from those arteries, the nodes collapse. This surgery takes place in a part of the rectum where there are no nerve endings, so the person does not feel any discomfort.

As the surgery is performed in the mucous-covered area of the anal canal, where there are almost no pain receptors, the post-operative period is less painful and there are no large wounds. After just a few days, the patient can return to his/her routine and, if he/she maintains a healthy lifestyle, does not risk a relapse.

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