Centres for Excellence
- Centre for Heart
- Centre for Bone & Joints
- Centre for Neurosciences
- Centre for Renal Sciences
- Center for Trauma & Critical Care
- Centre for Digestive & Liver Diseases
- Centre for Mother & Child
- Centre for Cancer & Bone Marrow Transplant
- Centre for Minimal Access & Bariatric Surgery
- Centre for Plastic & Reconstructive & Cosmetic Surgery
- Centre for Chest & Respiratory Diseases
Be it minor surgery or server emergency operation, the Department of General & Laparoscopic Surgery at Yatharth takes care of every kind of surgical needs of patients. Yatharth hospital equips some of the best surgeons, infrastructure, and latest technology in order to provide unsurpassed general and laparoscopic surgery. It is our medical excellence and the latest means of technology which enable our team of skilled surgeons to offer quality diagnosis and finest services.
Open surgical procedures:
Open surgery is traditional type of surgery which includes an appropriate sized incision (around 8-10 cm), made using a scalpel. The surgeon conducts the surgery by inserting the other instruments. Open surgery is often compared to Laparoscopic or ‘minimally invasive’ surgery. Though minimally invasive surgery has become very popular, there are a number of medical conditions where open surgery is still preferable.
Emergency Surgery including poly trauma, 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, Pancreatic surgery, Varicose veins of the lower limb, Wound care for diabetic foot and venous ulcers, Thyroid and Parathyroid surgeries, Breast surgeries etc.
Laparoscopic surgical procedures:
Laparoscopy is a low-risk, minimally invasive procedure that requires minimal incisions. These are procedures performed via a laparoscope, a thin tube with a high-intensity light and high-resolution camera. Laparoscopic surgical procedures are performed through small surgical incisions (5-7mm) and thus, dramatically reduce the post-operative hospital stay of the patient. This surgery is also called as ‘key-hole’ or ‘band-aid’ surgery due to the small size of the external surgical wound.
Diagnostic Laparoscopy, Cholecystectomy, Appendectomy, hernia repair, Adrenalectomy, Splenectomy, Treatment of hydatid disease of the liver, Fundoplication for heart burn, Cardiomyotomy for achalasia cardia, Colectomy, Rectopexy, Nephrectomy, Treatment for varicocele, Sleeve gastrectomy for morbid obesity, etc.