Woman who has breast tumor could be helped by conducting lumpectomy surgery procedure. Lumpectomy surgery will take about 15-40 minutes. The surgeon may perform surgery with a sort of electric scalpel that uses heat to minimize bleeding.
Most surgeons use a curved incision (such as a smile or a frown) that follows the natural curve of the breast so as to allow the healing process better. If the tumor can be seen or felt, the surgeon will lift it with the edge of the surrounding healthy tissue.
Sometimes, though not always, when operating a rubber hose, called drain will be inserted into the breast or underarm area to collect excess fluid that can accumulate in the space where the tumor. Drain connected to a plastic tube that will perform suction to help remove fluid. Once all is completed, the surgeon will stitch to close the incision and dressing wounds.
After the lumpectomy surgery is completed, the patient will be moved to the recovery room (recovery room), in which medical personnel will monitor heart rate, body temperature, and blood pressure of the patient. Usually patients do not need to stay in the hospital if only perform a lumpectomy alone, unless removed lymph nodes involved.