Women’s health is an essential component of every hospital’s service offering. From adolescence to pregnancy, delivery to menopause, women face plenty of health problems that must be handled on a regular basis.
Obstetricians & Gynecologists at CDAS offer the highest quality diagnostic, therapeutic, surgical, and counselling services for women. Well-equipped with sophisticated delivery rooms and gynaecology-conversant operating rooms outfitted with innovative and contemporary technology to accommodate all kinds of birthing procedures.
Among the services and treatments provided are:
- Painless birth and high-risk pregnancy treatment
- Normal and instrumental delivery management
- Several obstetric units utilise integrated labour, delivery, recovery, and postpartum rooms so that the support person, mother, and baby all stay in the same room. Some units feature separate labour rooms and delivery suites where the lady is moved after the birth.
Diagnostic and therapeutic laparoscopic surgeries
Laparoscopic surgery: Laparoscopic surgery enables a surgeon to reach the interior of the belly without creating extensive skin incisions. The cut is usually little more than half an inch long. As a result, it is also known as keyhole surgery. A tiny tube with a light source and camera, known as a laparoscope, is introduced through the incision and transmits pictures of the interior of the abdomen or pelvis to a television display.
Tubectomy: Tubectomy, also known as tubal ligation, is a surgical operation that clamps and blocks or separates and fixes the fallopian tubes to prevent eggs from reaching the uterus for implantation. It is a popular method for disinfection and conception prevention.
Diagnostic and therapeutic hysteroscopy: A scope is used to examine the uterus during a hysteroscopy surgery. The doctor may examine the endometrial lining and the fallopian tube entrance, as well as collect tissue samples. Hysteroscopy is a minimally invasive procedure that may be performed in an office or as an outpatient procedure.
Abdominal Vaginal Hysterectomy Laparoscopically: A laparoscope is used to guide the removal of the uterus, fallopian tubes, or ovaries via the vagina or birth canal. Several incisions are created in the belly during the procedure, through which metal tubes called trocars are introduced to provide a route for a laparoscope and other surgical instruments.
Non-descent Vaginal Hysterectomy: The uterus is removed via the vagina in the non-prolapsed uterus during a non-descent vaginal hysterectomy.
Transabdominal Hysterectomy: A surgical technique that removes the uterus via a lower abdomen incision.
Myomectomy and Robotic Hysterectomy: Hysterectomy and myomectomy operations are performed using robotic technology. This enables surgeons to overcome the limitations of gynaecologic surgery by providing improved visualisation and allowing for more accurate operations.
Why choose CDAS?
The department is prepared to respond to obstetric emergencies 24 hours a day, seven days a week by expert Obstetricians who provide high dependency obstetric care. Within minutes after making a choice, well-equipped labour units with intrapartum monitors, foetal care, and operational facilities are accessible. Under one roof, the obstetrics team is fully supported by a team of Perinatologists, Cardiologists, Haematologists, Neonatologists, and Intensive Care Specialists.
Oncosurgeons and colposcopists treat gynaecological malignancies as well. We have achieved enough progress in the area of infertility, and we will soon establish a separate centre for Assisted Reproduction. We have specialists in both diagnostic and surgical laparoscopy, as well as sonologists, neonatologists, neonatal surgeons, and geneticists to conduct specialised work in the area of foetal medicine. Our gynaecology staff, together with trained nurses, is dedicated to delivering a sympathetic and compassionate touch to all women’s health problems.
What is an Obstetrics and Gynaecologist?
An obstetrics gynaecologist is a physician who specialises in female reproductive health, pregnancy, and delivery. They also provide a wide variety of general health services, such as regular medical treatments and women’s preventative screenings. Obstetrics and gynaecologists, or OB-GYNs, may provide office visits, surgery, and labour and delivery assistance.
Is obstetric gynaecology considered a surgical specialty?
Obstetrician-gynecologists are experts in the medical and surgical treatment of the female reproductive system and the diseases that may arise from it. Their extensive foundation of knowledge and professional competence enables them to treat a wide range of medical problems, conduct surgery, and provide primary health care to women. Tubal ligation, hysterectomy, oophorectomy, salpingectomy, cone biopsy, and other common surgical procedures are performed.
What can you expect from your ob-gyn visit?
Typically, your doctor will begin with vital signs, prescription lists, and a background history. This is followed by a series of open-ended questions that must be answered.
Your obstetrician and gynaecologist will ask you specific questions about pelvic discomfort, menstrual cycles, sexual history, reproductive problems, bowel or bladder dysfunction, and any odd changes in your body. The physical exam will usually involve a breast exam, an abdominal check, and, ultimately, the most delicate portion, a pelvic exam.