cholecystitis is an inflammation of the gallbladder, an organ that is responsible for concentrating bile used in digestion. people with cholecystitis experiencing pain in their upper right abdomen, and they can also develop symptoms such as nausea. treatment for this condition varies depending on the cause, but most classic gallbladder is removed from the patient.
People with this condition usually have to be hospitalized. they usually given antibiotics and medicines to deal with inflammation. in some cases, medication used to break up gallstones and loose condition. in other cases it may be necessary to perform a cholecystectomy, where gallbladder removed. If the patient is not stable enough for surgery, the tube is inserted to drain the gallbladder and the patient will be given supportive care until he or she stabilizes and more long-term cholecystitis treatment can be offered.
after a gallbladder removed, a patient will be given care instructions so that he or she understands how to live without the gallbladder. patients usually need to make dietary changes, and they may need to take certain medications to manage without their gallbladders. bile is still available in the digestive system, because it is produced by the liver, but certain digestive problems activities can be hampered by the lack of a reservoir of bile normally held in the gallbladder.