General surgery department @ REVATHI MEDICAL CENTER performs all Major Abdominal and Cancer Surgeries. Most of Abdominal surgeries are performed Laparoscopically. Minimally invasive surgery is one of its strengths with several advanced procedures being done routinely. The surgeons are adept in performing complex abdominal surgeries through the laparoscope. The hospital’s centrally air-conditioned operation theatre complex has state-of-the-art equipment, adjoined by a sophisticated surgical intensive care unit, using the latest life support systems. The department also has an upper and lower GI endoscopy unit.
The well-equipped emergency unit follows internationally recognised advanced trauma life support protocols. With a team led by a qualified Surgeon in the hospital, 24 hours a day, trauma and other emergencies are dealt adroitly. It also ensures that continuous and quality patient care is rendered.
Life threatening complication of diabetes is gangrene of toes and foot, usually this is being treated by amputation. Saving foot could not have been possible had it not been the team efforts of the Diabetologist and Surgeons. To revive, they do repeated small surgeries (debridements) and personal care to improve the quality of life of patient
Piles are being treated by Injection sclerotherapy, Open surgery and Stapled haemorrhoidectomy.
All diseases related to breast ( non- cancerous and cancerous) are treated in this department. These include Lump Breast or Cancer of Breast. We have ONCOLOGY TEAM which comprises of ONCOSURGEON, MEDICAL AND RADIATION ONCOLOGIST
Many Cosmetic and Dermatological Works are done.It Includes the following procedures
It is protusion of intestines through a defect in abdominal wall, due to natural weakness from birth or due to any operation on abdomen, child birth or lifting of heavy weights. Due to this defect intestine tries to come out of abdominal cavity and may get twisted, obstructed and gangrenous. These humans are treated both laparoscopically and by an open method and where indicated using a specialised technique of retro-muscular mesh placement. This results in lesser pain, short hospital stays, less drain days and almost 0% recurrence rates which no other hernia repair including laparoscopic surgery promises.
One of the most commonly treated surgical condition in north India. The surgery is done with Laparoscopic technique (keyhole) and by open method if the condition warrants to.
DR. S. N.MAHESH