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General Surgery Hernia Gallbladder Lap Surgery

Paras Hospitals Gurgaon launches Special Packages for Short Stay Surgery. The unique packages include special medical plans to ensure that you are discharged from the hospital within 48 hours. Each surgery will be performed by laparoscopic surgeons of national and international repute. The objective of the ‘Short Stay Surgery’ is to provide the best surgical and medical outcomes to the patient ensuring that the length of stay in the hospital is minimum.

Benefits of Enrolling for Short Stay Surgery Program:

Short Stay Surgeries involve specialized surgeries and procedures that are performed laparoscopically and ensure that the patient is discharged within 48 hours of admission.  The benefits of the program are:

  • Savings on Hospitalization
  • Quick discharge from the hospital
  • Faster recovery
  • Option for Room Upgrades
  • Priority In Admission and Discharge
  • Lesser medication and blood loss
  • Scarless surgery option
  • Less or no chances of infection

Special Surgeries under Short Stay Surgery Program:

Laparoscopic Hernia Repair

Laparoscopic Hernia Repair can be defined as the surgical procedure performed to treat all types of Hernia – Hiatal Hernia, Umbilical Hernia, Femoral Hernia, Incisional Hernia, Abdominal Hernia, Obturator Hernia, Epigastric Hernia, Ventra Hernia, Sports Hernia, Recurrent Hernia, Bilateral Hernia, Unilateral Hernia, Inguinal Hernia, to list a few.

This procedure is used to treat ‘Hernia’ which can be defined as a bulge or tear that can happen in the inside layers of the abdominal walls. One can find a ballooning or a sac like shape formulated due to the same. This loop of intestine or abdominal tissue can cause severe pain in the abdomen and can strain the abdominal walls. Men and women of all ages can have hernias. Eighty percent of all hernias are located near the groin. Hernias might also be found below the groin (femoral), through the navel (umbilical), and along an earlier incision, or cut (incisional).

The Hernia Repair Surgery is done Laparoscopically and can be defined as Hernioplasty. In numerous cases to repair the hernia, a mesh is inserted in the area, this surgery is called Hernia Mesh Surgery. The other procedures that are performed are – Herniotomy, Herniorrhaphy, Tension-Free Hernia Repair.

Laparoscopic Appendectomy

A Laparoscopic appendectomy is a commonly performed emergency surgery for removal of the appendix. It is done to treat inflammatory conditions of the appendix. 1 in every 2000 people ends up needing a Laparoscopic appendectomy in their lifetime. The infected appendix is removed with the help of an incision in the right lower abdominal wall.

Depending on the situation of the appendix and the extent of the infection, the type of surgery to be performed is decided. The other types of appendix complications are – Peritonitis, Ruptured Appendix, Puss in Appendix, Catarrhalis Appendicitis, Phlegmonous Appendicitis, Gangrenous Appendicitis, Perforated Appendix, Acute Appendicitis And Recurrent Appendicitis.

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

It is the latest procedure to remove gall baldder stones by making small 5-8 inch long incisions in the abdomen. This procedure includes the use of a laparscope – an instrument that is put inside your abdomen to remove the gall bladder. A cholecystectomy is required when the gall stones may block the flow of bile in the body. In some cases, one large incision may be used to remove the gallbladder. This is called an open cholecystectomy. This procedure may be performed to treat.

  • Gallstones in the gallbladder (cholelithiasis)
  • Gallstones in the bile duct (choledocholithiasis)
  • Gallbladder inflammation (cholecystitis)
  • Pancreas inflammation (pancreatitis) due to gallstones
Fissurectomy

Fissurectomy can be defined as an advanced surgery to treat anal fissures. The same is similar to a sphincterotomy, however in a Fissurectomy, the edges of the anal fissures are also surgically removed. This is done to remove any skin tags that could have formulated due to chronic tears. To seal the same a cauterizing tool is used to close the wound area and the muscle is not cut. This is a much less common procedure than a sphincterotomy and is preferred in patients looking for immediate pain relief. The reoccurrence of an anal fissure post a Fissurectomy is less common.

Breast Lumpectomy

The surgery performed to remove the lump from the breast is called Breast Lumpectomy. This is called as Breast Conserving Surgery as through the same the lump is only removed and least damage is done to the breast. This procedure is performed to remove localized cancer in the breast and is recommended if the cancer is small in size, in a lump form, at a specific location in the breast and in only one area of the breast. This breast lump removal surgery is also known as breast conserving surgery, partial mastectomy, breast-sparing therapy or quadrantectomy. A lumpectomy is also done to treat breast fibrosis, cysts in the breast, breast tumor, fibrocystic breasts and breast fibroadenoma.

Shoulder Arthroscopy

Shoulder Arthroscopy can be defined as a surgical procedure performed with the help of a tiny camera which helps in examining and repairing the tissues inside or around the shoulder joint. The camera also known as an arthroscope is inserted in the shoulder muscles for rotator cuff repair, shoulder instability or for surgery for impingement syndrome. It is usually done to inspect and repair the rotator cuff – which is a group of muscles and tendons that hold the arm in the shoulder joint and help in its movement. These tendons can wear out, be overused, injured or torn.

Knee Arthroscopy

Knee arthroscopy is a surgical technique that can diagnose and treat problems in the knee joint. During the procedure, your surgeon will make a very small incision and insert a tiny camera — called an arthroscope — into your knee. This allows them to view the inside of the joint on a screen. The surgeon can then investigate a problem with the knee and, if necessary, correct the issue using small instruments within the arthroscope. Arthroscopy diagnoses several knee problems, such as a torn meniscus or a misaligned patella (kneecap). It can also repair the ligaments of the joint. There are limited risks to the procedure and the outlook is good for most patients. Your recovery time and prognosis will depend on the severity of the knee problem and the complexity of the required procedure. This procedure is needed for:

  • Torn anterior or posterior cruciate ligaments
  • Torn meniscus (the cartilage between the bones in the knee)
  • Patella that’s out of position
  • Pieces of torn cartilage that are loose in the joint
  • Removal of a baker’s cyst
  • Fractures in the knee bones
  • Swollen synovium (the lining in the joint)
Hemorrhoid or Piles Surgery

Hemorrhoids or piles are swollen veins inside or outside the rectum. Internal hemorrhoids or piles may cause no discomfort and may be characterized with bleeding along with stools. Heavy bleeding can also be reported. External hemorrhoids or piles can cause discomfort as they are externally located and may be associated with bleeding post a bowel movement/stool discharge. These external hemorrhoids or piles can itch and be painful. These external hemorrhoids or piles can also lead to the formation of blood clots inside the vessel causing sharp and severe pain. Some types of hemorrhoid surgery can be done in your doctor’s office without anesthetic. The common surgeries and procedures that are used to treat hemorrhoids or piles are - hemorrhoids or piles banding, Sclerotherapy, Coagulation therapy, Hemorrhoidal artery ligation. The other surgeries that are performed in an operation theatre with anesthesia for hemorrhoids or piles treatment are – Hemorrhoidectomy and Hemorrhoidopexy

Cyst Surgery

Cysts can be defined as the capsule and sac like structures that can have liquid, gaseous or semisolid material caused due to an infection, genetic predispositions or any other reason. To treat a type of cyst it is essential to know the underlying cause of the same. Usually cysts are not associated with symptoms, however those located on the top of the skin, such as a bump or a lump can be at times painful. Some cysts can also cause issues with the organs - liver, pancreas, or kidneys. The majority of cysts are benign, but a few may contain malignant cells. The following lists some of the cyst types that may be found in the body- Epidermoid (sebaceous) cyst, Breast cyst, Ganglion or synovial cyst, Dermoid cyst, ovarian cyst, Baker cyst, Bartholin cyst, Arachnoid cyst, Epididymal cyst, Labial cyst, Pilonidal cyst, Nabothian cyst, Pineal cyst, Thyroglossal cyst, Synovial cyst, Branchial cleft cyst, Choroid plexus cyst, Hydatid cyst, Pancreatic cyst, Testicular cysts, Thyroid cysts, Liver or hepatic cyst, Kidney or renal cyst, Sinus cysts, Choroid plexus cysts, Lumbar synovial cyst, Pilar cyst, Tarlov cyst, Anechoic cyst, Perianal or pilonidal cyst, Hemorrhagic cyst, Arachnoid cyst, Maxillary cyst, Kidney or renal cysts, Aneurysmal cyst, Acne cysts, Boils.

Stent Removal and Cystoscopy

Commonly, the ureteral stent are removed by cystoscopy, an outpatient procedure which takes only a few minutes. A stent is placed if your Urologist thinks that urine might not drain well through the ureter. This may be caused by a blockage or as a reaction to surgery. The purpose of a stent is to hold the ureter open and maintain drainage of urine. It usually is used temporarily, although in some cases a blockage of the ureter is managed long-term with a stent. Cystoscopy is a procedure that allows your doctor to examine the lining of your bladder and the tube that carries urine out of your body (urethra). A hollow tube (cystoscope) equipped with a lens is inserted into your urethra and slowly advanced into your bladder. Cystoscopy can be done to investigate the signs and symptoms associated with an ailment of the urinary bladder, to diagnose diseases of the bladder, to treat bladder diseases and to diagnose prostate enlargement. Cystoscopy can also be used to detect and treat kidney stones, bladders stones, to list a few.

Tonsillectomy

Tonsillectomy is the surgical removal of the tonsils, two oval-shaped pads of tissue at the back of the throat — one tonsil on each side. A tonsillectomy is usually performed for sleep-disordered breathing but may still be a treatment when tonsillitis occurs frequently or doesn't respond to other treatments.It may also be necessary to treat breathing and other problems related to enlarged tonsils and to treat rare diseases of the tonsils.Recovery time for a tonsillectomy is usually at least 10 days to two weeks.

Ear Infections & Surgical Treatment

Ear infections can cause pain, formulation of ear fluid and other issues. The same can be effectively treated with the help of medicines, however complicated and chronic cases may need surgical intervention. The commonly performed ear surgeries are – Myringoplasty (operation to repair hole in the ear drum), Tympanoplasty (to inspect the ear spaces for infection and improve hearing), Mastoidectomy (surgery to clear the mastoid space – area connecting the middle ear space), Meatoplasty ( operation to remove a portion of the ear cartilage).

Cost Of Treatment / Estimate Of Treatment

To know more about cost for hernia operation, cost for appendix operation, cost for piles surgery, cost for hemorrhoids surgery, cost for piles operation, cost for cyst surgery, cost for lumpectomy operation, cost for gall bladder surgery, cost for kidney stone surgery, cost for gall stone surgery, cost for shoulder arthroscopy, cost for knee arthroscopy, cost for ligament surgery, cost for rotator cuff tear, cost for Fibroadenoma, cost for Appendicitis, cost for Laparoscopy surgery appendix, cost for fistula surgery, cost for pancreatitis surgery, cost for gallstones surgery, please share your request and reports at contact@parashospitals.com

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