Department of General & Laparascopic Surgery
About General & Laparascopic Surgery
SLG Hospitals is well-known for its expansive range of surgery procedures, and seamless post-operative care for the patients. The SLG team of surgeons is well-acclaimed for their estimable skill and expertise in performing difficult surgeries with very high success rate.
We are equipped with multiple operation theatres, most of which can cater to super specialty surgeries. At SLG, we are available 24 hours a day, making sure that you receive all-round support from our side, whenever you need.
Conditions Treated & Services Offered
Advanced Knee / Shoulder Package
Knee Osteoarthritis Package
Back Pain Package
Bone Health Package
General and laparoscopic surgery engages in carrying out a diverse range of surgical interventions to treat various types of diseases and health conditions. It focuses on the surgical management of the endocrine system, liver, pancreas, gastrointestinal tract and rectum. Surgery procedures involve treatment for medical conditions such as, ulcers, appendicitis, gallbladder stones, hernia, piles, swellings, and fistula. The scope includes performing both pre- and post-operative care and management other than the surgery itself.
Minimally invasive laparoscopic surgeries are marked as significant milestones since they require small incisions, thus helping in faster and more precise surgery procedures. Moreover, the risks of post-surgery complications are low, while assuring a speedy recovery.
This technique can be used to operate on diseases related to the gallbladder, hiatal hernias, epigastric hernias and so on.
Surgery, whether optional or obligatory due to an emergency situation, is performed for several reasons. A patient may have to undergo surgery to:
Transplant tissue or whole organs | Implant mechanical or electronic devices | Remove or repair diseased tissues or organs | Remove an obstruction | Redirect blood vessels (bypass surgery) | Take a biopsy of a suspicious lump | Further explore the condition for the purpose of diagnosis | Reposition structures to their normal position | Improve physical appearance
Open Hernia Repair Laparotomy |Cholecystectomy (gallbladder removal) |Basic Laparoscopic Surgery Procedures:
Lap Appendectomy | Lap Cholecystectomy | Diagnostic Laparoscopy | Lap Adhesive Lysis
Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery Procedures:
Lap Fundo Plication | Lap Splenectomy | Lap Inguinal Hernioplasty (TAPP & TEP) | Lap Incision Hernia Meshplasty | Lap Hysterectomy | Whipple Procedure | Gastrectomy |Colorectal Surgery |Fissure Surgery | Surgery in high risk cases like Cardiac, Renal & Endocrine Diseases
Laparoscopic surgery procedures have scores of benefits over traditional open surgery, such as: Smaller incisions | Lower risk of infection after surgery | Less pain | Shorter hospitalization (1-2 days against 5-7 days) | Fast recovery
Most people get released within a week after the surgery, of course depending on the procedure performed. It’s quite normal that one will feel some amount of pain and discomfort around the incision point. The pain will gradually decrease; however, you may still need to take oral pain relievers, and follow a set of restrictions as preventive measures as per the post-operative instructions. You will have to undergo post-surgery check up that will track improvements in your condition.
With a team of experienced surgeons and a specially trained support team, SLG Hospitals is ready to undertake a diverse range of surgical procedures to efficiently manage various critical conditions. Our surgical expertise includes:
General Surgeries: Swellings, lipoma, sebaceous cyst, abscess, ulcers, non-healing wounds
Minimal Access & Laparoscopic Surgeries: Cholecystectomy, appendicectomy, hernioplasty, bariatric surgery, metabolic surgery
Surgical Gastroenterology: Hepatobiliary surgery, colorectal surgery
Benign Ano-rectal Pathologies: Equipped with hi-tech Laser machines for pain free treatment of haemorrhoids, fistula, pilonidal sinus, fissure, perianal abscess
Emergency & Trauma: Abdominal trauma surgery, chest trauma surgery, laparotomy
Podiatry: Diabetic foot
Vascular Surgery: Varicose veins
Head & Neck Surgeries: Thyroid surgery, parotid gland surgery, lymph node biopsy, abscess