No. Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is a safe proven procedure with an experienced surgeon. The complications of gallstone disease are much more difficult to treat.
Yes. Acute cholecystitis is inflammation of the gallbladder typically due to a persistent obstruction of the tube leading from the gallbladder, the cystic duct. Standard treatment is urgent surgery within 24-48 hrs. However, if treated with IV antibiotics and bowel rest, as many as 90% of people will get better. Nevertheless, surgery is eventually necessary, leading to the preference to operate.
Antibiotic. Antibiotic, pain medication, then gallbladder surgery.
Pateint with acute cholecystitis but he take treatment and now is well his operation postpond for 2 months. For how long he should take antibiotic?
7 to 10 days. If the symptoms have improved I would finish the present antibiotic prescribed. However, there is no need to take the antibiotic longer than that.