General surgery is mostly concerned with the abdominal organs, the breast, the thyroid gland, and hernias. Key-hole surgery is used to do operations on the oesophagus, stomach, colon, liver, gallbladder, and bile duct (Laparoscopically). General Surgeons also do procedures such as varicose vein therapy, circumcision, vasectomies, and skin cancer excision. The entire duty for trauma treatment falls within the purview of general surgery as well. Comprehensive general surgical service with three units providing integrated all-around surgical treatment and supported by specialised anaesthesia and critical care teams.
- On all weekdays, OP Services are available.
- Emergency surgery is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
- All general surgical operations, both major and small.
- All laparoscopic operations, both basic and advanced
- All gastrointestinal procedures (both open and laparoscopic)
- Surgery on the head and neck
- Clinical examination, FNAC, mammography, breast surgeries, mastectomy, breast conservation, and reconstruction are all part of integrated breast care programmes.
- Hemorrhoid treatment includes open surgery, stapler haemorrhoidectomy, banding, and infrared coagulation.
- Thyroid, parotid, and neck node surgery are all part of head and neck surgery.
- Traditional mastectomy/breast reconstruction/breast conservative surgery/oncoplastic breast surgery/medical and radiation oncology
- Comprehensive diabetic foot care
- Varicose vein removal surgery
- Hernia surgery, both open and laparoscopic
- Pilonidal sinus surgery, including excision and numerous Z plasties
- Obesity clinic; nutritional counselling, exercise training, psychotherapy, and cosmetic surgery
- Dedicated bariatric surgical team
Why choose CDAS?
Based on a multidisciplinary approach, the Department of General Surgery at CDAS Hospital provides advanced surgical treatment and assistance for patients with acute sickness or injury. The staff here, composed of highly skilled surgeons, is capable of managing even the most difficult situations. They adhere to worldwide treatment standards while providing evidence-based medical care with unmatched competence and cutting-edge technological assistance. The Department offers contemporary surgical operation theatres equipped for major open and minimum access procedures. Furthermore, the Department is one of the best in the area, providing outpatient, inpatient, and emergency care 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
What occurs on the first visit?
In most cases, you would go to a general surgeon with a diagnosis in hand. The surgeon analyses the case facts and develops a surgical strategy based on scans and imaging. The patient is then given a surgery date and any preparatory or pre-surgical requirements that must be fulfilled are communicated to them.
How risky is surgery?
Every surgical treatment has some level of risk with it. Some surgical procedures are more dangerous than others, and contemporary operating rooms are well prepared to handle even the most severe problems. Certain medical problems, however, increase the surgical risk.
What happens after the operation?
Depending on the kind of surgery and the severity of the underlying illness that necessitated the surgery, a surgeon will prescribe a period of monitoring for the patient. Minimally invasive procedures heal fast and without much pain; bigger incisions, on the other hand, may take considerably longer to heal.
Is surgery entirely avoidable?
Doctors usually do not suggest surgical treatments when a safer option is available. However, surgery is occasionally required since it is the best effective therapy available.