Lipopastry or better known as liposuction is a surgical procedure of removing excess fats through suctioning with the use of cannula through incisions. But do you know who invented liposuction? The history of liposuction may not be a common knowledge since patients are only interested on the effectiveness and efficiency of the procedure. It was Giorgio Fischer who invented liposuction in 1974. He is a gynaecologist form Rome Italy. But it was Dr. Illouz who first made a purely cosmetic use for liposuction in 1978 or four years after it was introduced by Dr. Giorgio Fischer. As part of the history of liposuction, it is but necessary to inform the users who amazingly invented the most used technique, which is the tumescent technique. The tumescent technique was invented by Dr. Patrick Lillis in 1985.
After learning the history of liposuction, you have to learn also the procedure of the surgery, how it is properly done and some of the effects after surgery and how the many technique invented created a raise to economic status when we talk about business. Prior to the surgery, the surgeon flush a lidocaine solution to the target area to numb that area for the purpose of minimizing the pain. Saline and epinephrine are also flushed to reduce bleeding during surgery.
The doctor then inserts a hallow device called cannula through small incisions in the skin. The cannula will be pushed and pulled around through the fatty acids to break up the cells which then suctioned out by the vacuuming device attached with the equipment used. After the procedure is done, the patient may not be advice to get back to his or her regular routine to avoid more bleeding and to give time for the healing process. An after procedure garment is usually worn for few days.
Since liposuction was first discovered in 1974, there have been many techniques invented giving a way to tremendous development not only to the history of liposuction but also to the industry itself. Each technique is determined by the amount of fluid injected to the area to be treated. History of liposuction also reveals that “dry technique” was not safe to use anymore. It has been prohibited because of the danger equipped with the procedure like blood loss due to the absence of fluids that mitigate bleeding and more bruising. Most of the liposuction deaths reported is related to “dry technique”. This is in reverse with wet techniques where the surgeon injects a certain amount of fluids that usually contains small amount of epinephrine and lidocaine that helps in minimizing bad effects such as bleeding.
Based on the history of liposuction, there are however complications related to this surgery such as internal bleeding and infections. But then the patients are obliged to commit themselves to exert effort to make sure that the procedure is adoptable by their body and that their surgeon are qualified to conduct the procedure.