The surgical diseases of the luminal gastrointestinal system unit offer the highest level of surgical care to patients with Gastroenterological diseases involving cutting edge contemporary care for cancers of stomach, oesophagus, pancreas, colon, gall bladder and liver. Using many advanced skill-sets and multidisciplinary approach, our team delivers comprehensive treatment for complex abdominal operations.
At Yashoda hospital, our highly talented and well-acclaimed GI surgeons deliver Advanced Minimally Invasive Laparoscopic, robotic and conventional operations for GI Cancers treatment, weight loss and other challenging procedures.
Gastrointestinal surgery is a type of surgical procedure which is used to treat chronic diseases of those parts of the body which are involved in digestion. In the digestive tract, the surgery is performed to remove various benign and cancerous growth. This involves the entire digestive system comprising of stomach, large intestine, small intestine, liver, oesophagus, gallbladder, pancreas and rectum.
Some of the significant symptoms of gastrointestinal disease which may warrant surgery are as follows:
Upper GI complaints include:
Lower GI complaints include:
What Are The Types of Medical Conditions We Treat Under Gastrointestinal Surgery?
Some of the key conditions we treat with Gastrointestinal Surgery include:
Other diseases include:
Are You A Candidate For Gastrointestinal Surgery?
Our doctor will examine the patient current medical condition to assess whether the patient will benefit from the gastrointestinal surgery or not. The doctor may suggest you to go for surgery if you experience any of the following conditions:
A person is eligible for bariatric surgery if he/she has:
What Are The Several Diagnosis Tests Required Prior To Gastrointestinal Surgery?
A doctor will examine you before recommending you for surgery. Some of the following tests are:
What Is The Expected Procedure For Gastrointestinal Surgery?
Before the surgery, the doctor will examine the patient medical condition and counsel him/her for the possible risks/complications that may arise during the Gastrointestinal Surgical procedure/ Laparoscopic Surgery.
To reduce the risk prior to the procedure, the doctor may also prescribe relevant medications. The patient will be advised not to eat anything the night before the surgery.
Operative Steps for Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgery
Are There Any risks Involved with the Procedure?
Any surgery has some with mild complications, such as:
However, our expert and trained doctors will ensure that you do not suffer from any complex problems