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General Surgery

Our General Surgery Department is dedicated to providing comprehensive and compassionate surgical care for a wide range of medical conditions. Our team of highly skilled and experienced surgeons is committed to delivering the highest quality of patient-centered care, utilizing the latest advancements in surgical techniques and technology.

Highest standards of surgical care.

Cutting-edge surgical facilities.

Patient-friendly environment.


General Surgery: Everything You Need to Know

The Department of General Surgery provides surgical interventions that focus on the endocrine system, gastrointestinal tract, liver, colon, and other major parts of the human body.

Some of the common procedures include appendix, gallbladder removals, colonoscopies, thyroidectomies, hernia, and bariatric surgeries. The Department also offers proper management to patients suffering from diseases involving skin, soft tissue, breast, hernia, and trauma.

The Department of General Surgery at Aakash Hospital provides its patients with services employing cutting-edge surgical care. The department also specializes in Laparoscopic and robotic surgeries (also known as key-hole surgery or minimally invasive surgery), which helps provide patients with a variety of treatments in the fields of gynecology, gastroenterology, and urology.

Using such advanced techniques helps in the speedy recovery of the patients with a minimal amount of tissue damage, minimal blood loss, reduced risk of developing infection, and hence, minimal pain and discomfort. The general surgery team has its expertise in providing complete patient safety and satisfaction by using all the latest diagnosing and surgical techniques.

Our specialities

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Accessory Breast Tissue Excision

Fissurectomy

Fissurectomy

Gallstones surgery

Gallstones Surgery

piles-surgery

Hemorrhoidectomy

Hernia Surgery

Hernia Surgery

Fistula Treatment surgery

Anal Fistula

Gallstones surgery

Perianal Abscess

Vascular treatment

Vascular

Gynaecologist

Obstetrics & Gynaecology

circumcision surgery

Circumcision

Hydrocele treatment

Hydrocele

Lipoma Removal

Lipoma

Why Choose Us

We Truly Care For Our Patients

Best Surgeon in Delhi

Our team of board-certified surgeons brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the operating table, ensuring the highest standards of surgical care.

State-of-the-Art Facilities

We are equipped with cutting-edge surgical facilities and technology to provide the best possible outcomes for our patients.

Collaborative Care

We work closely with a multidisciplinary team of healthcare professionals to ensure comprehensive and integrated care for our patients.

Patient-Centered Approach

Your well-being is our top priority. We strive to create a patient-friendly environment where you feel heard, supported, and confident in your surgical journey.

Whether you require a routine procedure or a complex surgical intervention, our General Surgery Department is dedicated to delivering excellence in surgical care. Trust us with your health, and let us guide you through a successful and comfortable surgical experience.

FAQs

Questions Our Patients Have Before The Surgery

What happens during the first visit?

Typically, you would approach a general surgeon with a diagnosis in hand. The surgeon examines the details of the case and makes a surgical plan based on scans and imaging. Then a date is set for surgery and any preparation or pre-surgical conditions that need to be met, are explained to the patient.

What are the different methods of surgery?

Surgery can be performed through:

  • The traditional open surgery method: A single large incision is made to get a full view of the organ. E.g., open-heart surgery.

  • Minimally invasive or keyhole method: Smaller multiple incisions are made, and specialized tools are inserted through these incisions to perform the surgery. Laparoscopy, endoscopy, arthroscopy, bronchoscopy, etc. are some keyhole surgery techniques.

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What are the advantages of open surgery?

Open surgery is performed through a single large incision and is currently less commonly performed due to more advanced minimally invasive surgical techniques. However, some surgeries can only be performed using traditional open surgery and have several benefits including: 

  • A clearer view of the entire organ or tissue to be removed 

  • Placing an implant or a device that requires a larger area

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What are the benefits of a minimally invasive procedure?

Benefits of a minimally invasive procedure include:

  • Smaller incisions and therefore, minimal scarring, fewer chances of complications, less loss of blood, shortened hospital stay, and speedy recovery.

  • The procedure is less traumatic to the patient as well as for the surgeon.

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Are there any complications to a surgery?

Surgery complications depend on the type of surgery and techniques used to perform surgery. A minimally invasive technique offers a low risk of complications and speedy recovery. Generally, some common complications of any surgery may include:

  • Infection, discharge, or bleeding from the surgical incision site. 

  • Hemorrhage or bleeding from the incision site.

  • Deep vein thrombosis or blood clots in the deeper vein can travel to the heart and clog an artery. 

  • Pulmonary complications like chest pain.

  • Temporary urine retention

  • Reaction to anesthesia

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What happens post-operation?

Depending on the type of surgery, and the nature of the underlying condition that made the surgery necessary, a surgeon will prescribe a period of time where the patient must be under observation. Minimally invasive surgeries heal quite quickly and do not cause much discomfort, larger incisions, however, can take much longer to heal.