Children have unique surgical needs, Our Surgeons utilize their expertise in providing in surgical care for all problems and conditions affecting children that require surgical intervention focusing on child’s well-being first. Our surgeons use latest technologies and procedures for the best possible results .
Our dedicated pediatric anesthesiologists and specialized nurses are at the forefront of managing pediatric patients
When your child needs medical treatment, you want him or her to have the very best care available. So it stands to reason that if your child needs an operation, you will want to consult with a surgeon who is qualified and experienced in operating on children.
Surgeons who specialize in general surgery often provide surgical care for children, and they are fully qualified to perform many operations on children.
In more urbanized areas of the country, another kind of surgeon â€” the pediatric surgeon â€” is also available to provide comprehensive surgical care for children.
Pediatric surgeons operate on children whose development ranges from the newborn stage through the teenage years. In addition to completing training and achieving board certification, pediatric surgeons complete three additional years of training exclusively in children's surgery. They then receive special certification in the subspecialty of pediatric surgery.
Pediatric surgeons are primarily concerned with the diagnosis, preoperative, operative, and postoperative management of surgical problems in children. Some medical conditions in newborns are not compatible with a good quality of life unless these problems are corrected surgically.
These conditions must be recognized immediately by neonatologists, pediatricians, and family physicians. Pediatric surgeons cooperate with all of the specialists involved in a child's medical care to determine whether surgery is the best option for the child
Pediatric surgeons utilize their expertise in providing surgical care for all problems or conditions affecting children that require surgical intervention. They participate in transplantation operations, and like most surgeons today, they use laparoscopic techniques for some operations.
They also have particular expertise in the following areas of responsibility:
Neonatal - Pediatric surgeons have specialized knowledge in the surgical repair of birth defects, some of which may be life threatening to premature and full-term infants.
Prenatal - Pediatric surgeons, in cooperation with radiologists, use ultrasound and other technologies during the fetal stage of a child's development to detect any abnormalities. They can then plan corrective surgery and educate and get to know parents before their baby is born. Prenatal diagnosis may lead to fetal surgery, which is a new forefront in the subspecialty of pediatric surgery. Application of most fetal surgical techniques is still in the experimental stage.
Trauma - Because trauma is the number one killer of children in the United States, pediatric surgeons are routinely faced with critical care situations involving traumatic injuries sustained by children that may or may not require surgical intervention. Many pediatric surgeons are involved in accident prevention programs in their communities that are aimed at curbing traumatic injuries in children.
Pediatric Oncology - Pediatric surgeons are involved in the diagnosis and surgical care of children with malignant tumors as well as those with benign growths.
Pediatric surgeons practice their specialty in a variety of medical institutions, including children's hospitals, university-related medical centers with major pediatric services, and large urban community hospitals.
Pediatric surgeons specialize in the surgical care of children. They are surgeons who, by training, are oriented toward working with children and understanding their special needs. In addition, they work with various specialists who are also oriented towards the next century. Pediatric surgeons are able to save whole lifetimes, and have the opportunity to follow their patients through a productive young life into adulthood.
Pediatric Surgical Procedures
We refer the lists of surgical procedures done in the Department of Paediatric Surgery are enormous as given below.
We refer the lists of surgical procedures done in the Department of Paediatric Surgery are enormous as given below
A. Head and Neck
B. Respiratory tract & Chest (Extra cardiac)
C. Gastrointestinal tract
D. Genitourinary tract
H. Pediatric tumors
G. Pediatric Trauma
Our general pediatric consultants will advise you of the proper diagnosis and guide you with regards to treatment, We provide assistance and guidance with routine testing or investigations as well as refer your child to other specialties / child care specialists when necessary. Treatment and follow up o acute illnesses; as well as primary and secondary care of chronic illness.
Our Services :
We manage high-risk deliveries and extend timely and advanced Neonatal care in close coordination with perinatologist and Obstetricians The care of prematurely born and low birth weight is a delicate task, Needing advanced technology. Life support devices and high skilled nursing our neonatal intensive care unit is managed by experienced neonatologist and trained nurses round the clock
Our Services :
The main focus on PICU is to bring the most sophisticated care for critically ill.We are equipped with world class technologies we provide an unsurpassed patient experience in a family centred environment that integrated efficient innovative and latest health care systems A team of Dedicated and experienced Doctors,Nurses and paramedics lead by experienced pediatric intensivist care 24hr a day and 7 days a week for these children.
Our Services :
We provide for the specialized needs of intensivists as well as the broader needs of practicing anesthesiologists. Wellness Team includes anesthesiologists who actively practice critical care, and a significant number of anesthesiologists who practice post anesthesia care unit management or acute care management, respiratory therapy, cardiovascular, neurosurgical, and transplant anesthesia.
The risk to a woman or the infant during the time of pre- natal,natal and postnatal stage is called High-Risk Pregnancy.
A pregnancy is labeled high risk when a pre-existing condition or problem diagnosed during pregnancy puts the mother or fetus (or both) at an increased risk for complications risks we diagnose,monitor and manage include: