How serious is ulcer surgery?

What are the risks of the operation? 

One expects that the average patient in good general condition who does not require an emergency operation and is in good hands should sail through the operation. The risk of the procedure in these circumstances is 2 percent or less. You have every right to be very optimistic. Of course, the situation is different in the sick individual with advanced or long-neglected disease who requires emergency surgery for a serious complication.

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