Surgical Gastroenterology offers cutting-edge treatment for individuals with gastrointestinal disorders that need surgical intervention. We provide sophisticated laparoscopic surgical methods to individuals suffering from gastrointestinal problems such as cancer. Patients may have oncologically sound procedures using minimally invasive techniques, resulting in a quicker recovery and return to regular life.

Gastro procedures: Appendicitis Surgery is performed to remove the inflamed and infected appendix.

Cancer of the colon: Surgery is the most successful and widely used way of treating colon cancer. The kind of surgery is determined by the stage of the cancer as well as the severity of the disease.

Gallbladder dysfunction: Gallstones are the most frequent gallbladder problem. In extreme cases, the gallbladders must be removed. A cholecystectomy is the medical term for this kind of surgery.

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G.E.R.D. (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease): If the medicine does not work, laparoscopic antireflux surgery is used to treat the gastroesophageal reflux. An efficient valve mechanism is constructed at the bottom of the oesophagus as a result of the operation.

Hiatal hernia: Hiatal hernias are repaired surgically by narrowing the diaphragm hole and pushing the stomach back into the abdomen.

Rectal prolapse: Rectal prolapse is treated surgically by pulling the rectum back into position. The rectum is reattached to the pelvic wall with the assistance of a mesh sling. Cancers of the intestine. Surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy are the most common treatments for gastrointestinal malignancies. Surgery is performed to remove a portion of or the whole stomach.

Why choose CDAS?

CDAS hospital is  one of the few departments in the country that provides a multimodality approach to liver cancer treatment. Complex liver operations have been performed using intraoperative ultrasound guidance, making these procedures safer and more successful. Patients suffering from liver cancer or chronic liver disease are also offered the option of a liver transplant.


When should you consult with a gastroenterologist?

If you have unexplained blood in your stool, trouble swallowing, or are suffering stomach discomfort, your primary care doctor may send you to a gastroenterologist. People over the age of fifty should see a gastroenterologist as a preventative step. People over the age of fifty are more likely to get colon cancer.

What are the general gastrointestinal surgery options?

Several surgical methods, depending on the circumstances of each patient, may be used, including:

  • Endoscopic surgery: Endoscopic surgery involves the surgeon inserting an endoscope via the mouth, nose, or other natural bodily openings to reach the treatment region.
  • Laparoscopic surgery involves the physician making a tiny incision on the body and inserting a thin, flexible tube known as a laparoscope to conduct surgery. A lit camera is also included with the laparoscope.
  • Robotic surgery: Robotic surgery provides more precision, control, and accuracy than human hands. As a result, it may be utilised for complicated and sensitive operations. In addition, the surgeon uses a console that offers a high-definition, magnified image of the operative site.

What should you do to be ready for your gastrointestinal procedure?

Follow the doctor’s or nurse’s instructions: Before the operation, your doctor will usually inform you of what you should and should not eat or drink. They may also advise you to discontinue some of your medications prior to surgery. You must adhere to all instructions given to you while preparing for surgery.

Plan ahead of time for the day of surgery and the days following: Ascertain that you have someone who can drive you to the operation and return you home once it is over. The period after surgery is also crucial. Have someone assist you during this period to ensure a quick recovery.

Make preparations to handle the following items in your home space: It is critical to prepare ahead of time if you will be able to walk the stairs, use the restroom, or make meals. You may also need physical rehabilitation after surgery. Make a plan for where you’ll be doing it.

What can I anticipate during my recuperation after gastrointestinal surgery?

The amount of time it will take you to recuperate depends on the operation and how extensive it was. If it was a minor operation, such as a colonoscopy, you may resume your normal activities immediately. If you have an invasive surgery, you will need some time to recover and manage your pain. However, it is best to consult with your doctor about what to anticipate throughout the healing process.

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Management of patients with extensive clinical requirements
Chronic Disorders Management
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