At Eternal Hospital, we have a highly motivated and quality-driven surgical unit covering all aspects of surgical interventions under one roof. The state-of-the-art facility is equipped with cutting-edge technology and specialized machines to provide our patients with the best surgical care. Backed by the immense expertise of our team, we've carried out the most complex surgical procedures with utmost proficiency.
Our multidisciplinary team of surgeons and technicians work in conjunction with specialists from other fields specialties to perform a wide variety of routine and special surgical procedures. We are also equipped to handle a wide variety of non-invasive and minimally invasive surgical procedures that helps in the speedy recovery of the patients with a minimal amount of tissue damage, blood loss and discomfort.
What is General Surgery?
General Surgery is a surgical speciality that focuses on the ailments of abdominal contents, including Oesophagus, Stomach, Small Intestine, Large Intestine, Liver, Pancreas, Gallbladder, Appendix and Bile Ducts. These procedures require a significant sized incision to operate upon the affected area. Depending on the complexity of the procedure, the patient may need a postoperative stay of a minimal 3-7 days or more.
Types of General Surgery we offer:
- Emergency surgery, including polytrauma
- Inguinal, incisional and ventral hernia repairs
- Surgeries of the liver and gallbladder
- Esophageal resections and reconstruction
- Gastric (stomach) surgery
- Surgeries on the small and large intestine
- Splenectomy (spleen removal)
- Anorectal conditions(Piles,Fissure & Fistulas)
- Pancreatic surgery
- Varicose veins of the lower limb
- Wound care for diabetic foot and venous ulcers
- Thyroid surgeries
- Parathyroid surgeries
- Breast surgeries
- Wound Debridement
- Parotid Gland Surgery
- Submandibular Gland
- Soft Tissue Tumor Surgery
What is Laparoscopic Surgery?
Laparoscopic Surgery is a minimally invasive procedure in which a ¼ -1/2 inch incision is required instead of a 2-3 inch abdominal incision. In comparison to conventional traditional general surgery, these surgeries are performed via a laparoscope. Hence, they require precision, skill and experience to ensure surgical brilliance.
These surgeries are also called key-hole or band-aid surgery due to their small size of the external surgical wound. In addition to the tiny surgical incisions, they dramatically reduce the postoperative hospital stay of the patient and better outcomes in terms of lesser bleeding, infections and complications.
It's a corrective, outpatient-based procedure that usually allows patients to continue the routine after 1-2 days with certain precautions. Types of laparoscopic surgery we offer:
- Diagnostic Laparoscopy
- Inguinal hernia repair
- Incisional and ventral hernia repair
- Treatment of hydatid disease of the liver
- Fundoplication for heartburn
- Cardiomyotomy for achalasia cardia
- Treatment for varicocele
- Sleeve gastrectomy for morbid obesity
Why Eternal Hospital?
Surgical care requires an environment of excellence in all areas, including world-class facilities with comprehensive care methods. Backed by our advanced healthcare technologies and equally skilled medical professionals, we have maintained the same standard with our surgical procedures, especially with laparoscopic treatments.
We're one of the few facilities that specialize in performing a specialized laparoscopy technique called Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery or SILS. It's a novel technique that ensures maximum patient comfort, early discharge, early mobility and the least amount of pain. The surgery is usually performed through a single tiny incision on the navel, and the patients can get discharged on the same day.
Advantages of Laparoscopic Surgery:
- Faster Recovery
- Easy Mobility
- Early Discharge
- Smaller Incisions
- Less Pain: Less tissue trauma and less postoperative pain
- Less Dependence on pain relievers
- Low risk of infection
Areas of Specialization:
- Liver surgery for benign and malignant diseases
- Surgical procedures for pancreatic cancer and chronic pancreatitis
- Surgery for reflux and hiatal hernia
- Gastric cancer surgery
- Surgery for Crohn’s Disease
- Surgery for Ulcerative Colitis