Udaipur: She got rid of this problem by successfully operating on a woman weighing 135 kg suffering from an irreducible hernia at Pacific Medical College and Hospital. Minimal invasive surgeons Dr. Vishwas Johri, Dr. Shilpa, Dr. Nishigandha, Dr. Arpit Oberoi, Dr. Saurav Dey,VishnuVyas, andSuresh had the support.53-year-old Laxmi, a resident of Dungarpur, has been suffering from an irreducible hernia for the last 23 years. The family told the woman to the Minimal Invasive Surgeon Dr.Vishwas Johri inPMCH, and then its treatment was possible only through the operation. Due to the patient's overweight, it was very challenging to perform the surgery. Still, it was likely due to the high-level team of doctors and world-class technical facilities at Pacific Hospital.Dr. Vishwas Johri said that when any part of the body comes out of its containing capacity, i.e., its shell or membrane, it is called a hernia. This is usually due to the weakness of the muscles in any part of the body and the constant pressure there. The patient has severe pain, difficulty in walking, and vomiting may also occur. Thepatienthadtheproblemofanirreducible hernia; in this type of hernia, the organ does not move in after coming out of the cavity. The patient was treated for this disease by performing a surgery called Laparoscopic IPOM Plus.