Genral & Laproscopic Surgery Laparoscopy Surgery Department

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The Department of General and Laparoscopic Surgery at Popular Hospital is manned 24x7 by an experienced and dedicated team of consultants that aim to provide modern surgical treatment and advice to the patients. The department is committed to the principles and practices of 'Safe Surgery Saves Lives', to provide ethical & evidence-based surgical options to the patients.

Laparoscopic Surgery is a technique wherein surgical procedures like removal of gallbladder can be successfully done with small keyhole incisions in place of opening up of the abdomen with large incision. Carbon dioxide gas is used to inflate the abdomen so as to open up space for putting in instruments and then performing required surgical procedures. Patients are mobilised the same evening and discharged the very next day. The benefits of Laparoscopic surgery are early return to work, less pain, faster recovery & better cosmetics. With a dedicated and experienced team doing evidence-based protocol procedures, the outcomes are excellent. Safety in surgery to reduce or eliminate complications doing treatment is the main moto of the consultants.

Usp Of Genral & Laproscopic Surgery Department

  • Abdominal surgeries such as gallbladder excision, advanced laparoscopy appendectomy, intestinal surgery (open/laparoscopic surgery), obstruction & perforation
  • All kinds of hernias - Treated by both open and laparoscopic surgery, depending on the patient's condition. Anorectal diseases - Such as abscesses, fistula, fissure andpiles, prolapse, hydrocele
  • LASER Surgery for Fistula, Fissure Piles & Pilonidalsinus.
  • Trauma Surgery and care
  • Stapled Haemorrhoidectomy for piles & prolapse with many benefits to the patient such as minimal blood loss, less pain and early recovery
  • Tumours Diagnostics and treatment of soft tissues, treatment for cysts and tumours of the salivary glands, thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal, breast, lipoma and tumours of the abdomen
  • Breast lump and abscess
  • Benign breast diseases
  • Diseases of the veins such as varicose veins

Procedures

  • Gallstone Disease - Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy
  • Hernia Laparoscopic/Open Hernia Repair with Mesh
  • Appendicitis - Laparoscopic Appendectomy
  • Reflux Disease, Reflux Gastritis, Hiatus Hernia – Laparoscopic Repair
  • Diagnostic Laparoscopy
  • Thyroid and Parathyroid Tumour - Thyroidectomy/Parathyroidectomy
  • Fissure or Anal Pain
  • Piles Minimally Invasive Surgery/Stapler Surgery for Piles
  • Rectal Prolapse - Laparoscopic Rectopexy
  • Liver Abscess
  • Trauma/Accidental Injury
  • Acute Intestinal Perforation/Rupture
  • Acute Intestinal Obstruction
  • Torsion Testis
  • Varicocele Surgery (Laparoscopic/Open)
  • Vasectomy
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