About Surgical Department

The department of surgery is an important specialty unit of the hospital.services provided include 24 hour cover for the Accident and Emergency Department with facilities to perform major surgical procedures around the clock, including management of the patient with peritonitis and polytrauma and laparoscopic procedures.
The department is also geared to perform a whole range of major elective general surgical procedures including gastrointestinal surgery, head and neck surgery of the limbs (eg. Varicose veins), breast surgery.All operation are performed in two fully equipped modern operating theaters.

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Major Elective General Surgical Procedures


gastrointestinal surgery

Gastrointestinal surgery is a treatment for diseases of the parts of the body involved in digestion. This includes the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, and rectum. It also includes the liver, gallbladder, and pancreas.
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head and neck

Also called Otolaryngology. It is the surgical specialty of the head and neck – or ear, nose and throat (ENT).
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surgery of the limbs

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The department also includes a surgical intensive care unit (SICU) for the care of seriously ill patients. Outpatient services are available daily and many minor procedures can be performed in the OPD and day care ward to shorten the patient stay in the hospital. Among such procedures are banding injection of haemorrhoids (piles) and excisions of small swellings. The Department of Surgery at sr.aklesia general hospital leads the way in improving patient outcomes with leading-edge surgical care.

After successful surgery, the patient is kept in the recovery room for observation till he/ she recovers fully from the effect of anesthesia and can be sent back to the ward for anesthetist to provide medication for acute pain relief.
The anesthetist has a major role to play in the intensive care unit especially in the care of surgical patients and for those who requires mechanical ventilation and other invasive procedures.