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Also called minimal invasive surgery, it is a modern surgical technique. Abdominal operations are performed through small one or two inch incisions, as compared to larger incisions, needed in traditional surgical procedures. There are number of advantages to the patient with laparoscopic surgery an open procedures these includes reduced blood loss, smaller incisions, less pain and short hospital stay with early recovery.

  1. Diagnostic laparoscopy for chronic abdominal pain

  2. Laparoscopic appendectomy

  3. Laparoscopic cholecystectomy

  4. Laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair

  5. Laparoscopic ventral/ umbilical hernia repair

  6. Laparoscopic hysterectomy

  1. Hiatus hernia

  2. Colectomy

  3. Splenectomy

  4. Nephrectomy

  1. Both upper GI endoscopy & colonoscopy available

  2. Upper GI endoscopy

​It’s a procedure that uses a lighted, flexible endoscope to see inside upper GI tract. The upper GI tract includes the esophagus, stomach duodenum. Upper GI endoscopy can detect ulcers, abnormal growth, precancerous conditions, inflammation and hiatus hernia. it can be used to determine the cause of abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, swallowing difficulties, acid reflux, unexplained eight loss, anemia and bleeding in upper GI tract.

Upper GI endoscopy can be used to remove stuck objects like foot, dentures, FB and treat condition like bleeding ulcer, varices. It can also be used to take biopsy from suspected area. Its also used for PEG procedure (for feeding)

  1. Breast pain

  2. Benign mass

  3. Malignant mass

  4. Breast abscess

  5. FNAC

  6. Tru-Cut Biopsy

  1. Constipation

  2. Fissure in ANO

  3. Fistula in ANO simple & complicated

  4. Perianal abscess

  5. Hemorrhoids (Piles)

  6. Prolapsed rectum

  7. Piles are treated by stapler / laser surgery which is the most advanced technique for pile treatment with less pain, less bleeding and early recovery

  8. Injection for piles available

Limb salvaging treatment –

​Both conservative & operative modalities available for sever / complicated diabetic foot & sever PVD (peripheral vascular disease)

  1. Suprapubic Catheter/ Foleys Catheter

  2. Tracheotomy

  3. Intercostal drainage (ICD)

  4. CVP

  1. For Intestinal perforation

  2. Intestinal adhesion

  3. Other GI emergency like volvulus, Intussusception

  4. Traumatic abdominal organ injury like liver tear spleen tear Intestinal tear

  5. mesenteric injury

  1. For burn, necrotizing

  2. Fasciitis, Contracture

Basic pediatric surgeries like hernia, hydrocele, phimosis and ectopic testis are performed.