Surgery

SURGERYS PERFORM’S IN HOSPITAL

WE ARE ONE OF THE BEST CENTER WHICH PROVIDE THE LOW COST SURGERY IN LUCKNOW

What Is the Purpose of Surgery?

Surgery, whether elective or required, is done for a multitude of reasons. A patient may have surgery to:

  • Further explore the condition for the purpose of diagnosis
  • Take a biopsy of a suspicious lump
  • Remove an obstruction
  • Remove diseased tissues or organs
  • Reposition structures to their normal position
  • Redirect channels
  • Transplant tissue or whole organs
  • Implant mechanical or electronic devices
  • Improve physical appearance

Depending on the diagnosis, a patient has several surgery options:

Optional or elective surgery

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A procedure you choose to have, which may not necessarily be essential to continue a good quality of life. An example would be to have an unsightly mole or wart removed.

Required surgery

A procedure which needs to be done to ensure quality of life in the future. An example would be having kidney stones removed if other forms of medication and treatments are not working. Required surgery, unlike emergency surgery, does not necessarily have to be done immediately.

Urgent or emergency surgery

This type of surgery is done in reaction to an urgent medical condition, such as acute appendicitis.

What Are the Different Methods of Surgery?

With technical advances today, surgery does not necessarily mean large incisions, as in the past. Depending on the type of surgery, there are several surgery methods that may be performed:


Open surgery

An "open" surgery means the cutting of skin and tissues so that the surgeon has a full view of the structures or organs involved. Examples of open surgery are the removal of the organs, such as the gallbladder or kidneys.

Minimally invasive surgery

Minimally invasive surgery - minimally invasive surgery is any technique involved in surgery that does not require a large incision. This relatively new approach allows the patient to recuperate faster with less pain. Not all conditions are suitable for minimally invasive surgery.

GENERAL SURGERY

  • Appendectomy
  • Breast biopsy
  • Cesarean section
  • Cholecystectomy
  • Debridement of wound, burn, or infection
  • Dilation and curettage (also called D & C)
  • Free skin graft
  • Hemorrhoidectomy
  • Inguinal hernia repairs
  • Low back pain surgery
  • Mastectomy
  • Partial (segmental) mastectomy

SURGERIES PACKAGE

  • CYST
  • NORMAL DELIVERY
  • DRAIN ABCESS
  • CIRCUM CISION
  • HYDROCELE

HYDROCELE SURGERY

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Surgery to repair a hydrocele is often done at an outpatient clinic. General anesthesia is used so you will be asleep and pain-free during the procedure. In a baby or child: The surgeon makes a small surgical cut in the fold of the groin, and then drains the fluid. The sac (hydrocele) holding the fluid may be removed

MAJOR SURGERIES OPEN

  • HYSTERECTOMY
  • CHOLECYSTECTOMY
  • INGUINAL HERNIA
  • APPENDECTOMY
  • CRAESAREAN SECTION

Hysterectomy

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Hysterectomy is one of the most commonly performed abdominal surgical procedures. The majority of patients referred to my practice for care of a gynecologic malignancy, pre-cancerous condition, or complicated benign pelvic problem will require a hysterectomy as part of a treatment plan.

Cholecystectomy

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Cholecystectomy is surgery to remove the gallbladder (a pear-shaped sac near the right lobe of the liver that holds bile). A gallbladder may need to be removed if the organ is prone to troublesome gallstones, if it is infected, or becomes cancerous.

Inguinal Hernia

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Inguinal hernia repairs are protrusions of part of the intestine into the muscles of the groin. Surgical repair pulls the intestine back to its original location.

Appendectomy

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Appendectomy is the surgical removal of the appendix, a small tube that branches off the large intestine, to treat acute appendicitis. Appendicitis is the acute inflammation of this tube due to infection.

Craesarean Section

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Caesarean section, also known as C-section or caesarean delivery, is the use of surgery to deliver one or more babies. A caesarean section is often necessary when a vaginal delivery would put the baby or mother at risk. This may include obstructed labour, twin pregnancy, high blood pressure in the mother, breech birth.

MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY

LAPROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY

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TURP

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TURP is the most common operation for an enlarged prostate (benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH). BPH, sometimes known as benign prostatic hypertrophy, benign prostatic obstruction, is an overgrowth of cells of the prostate that blocks the flow of urine, making it difficult to pass urine.

PCNL

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Percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL) is a minimally-invasive procedure to remove stones from the kidney by a small puncture wound (up to about 1 cm) through the skin. It is most suitable to remove stones of more than 2 cm in size and which are present near the pelvic region.