Dr. Aggarwal’s Wellness Multispeciality Hospital consists of a team of surgeons who are adept with general and laparoscopic surgery of all kinds. Modern technology and well-equipped operation theatres facilitate a wide range of surgical procedures at our center. Laparoscopy surgery is a minimally invasive procedure and is also known as band-aid surgery or keyhole surgery. Laparoscopy allows diagnostic and therapeutic intervention through small incisions and gives better cosmetic outcomes.

Benefits of surgery from our center:

    • Modern technology to achieve bloodless surgery: Our surgeons are adept with advanced surgical procedures with the latest technology to attain a bloodless surgical field.
    • Air filters and latest sterilization instruments: Latest sterilization instruments allow high-efficiency infection control and cross infection in an operation theater.
    • Ultra-modern operation theatres: Our operation theatres are specially designed from the smallest surgical tools to each piece of equipment to aid in patients’ comfort
    • Less Hospital Stay: Our up-to-date procedures and equipment facilitate a significant reduction in hospital stays.

    Precautions To Be Taken Before The Surgery:
    • Stop drinking and eating for a certain period of time before the time of surgery
    • Bathe or clean, and possibly shave the area to be operated on. Undergo various blood tests, X-rays, electrocardiograms, or other procedures necessary for surgery
    • Sometimes a patient may be asked to take an enema the evening before surgery, to empty the bowels. Please check with your physician.
    • Do not wear makeup on the day of surgery
    • Do not wear nail polish
    • Do not wear your eye contacts
    • Leave valuables and jewelry at home
    • Advise the medical staff of dentures or other prosthetic devices you may be wearing

    Step by step approach to General surgery:
    At Dr. Agrawal’s Wellness Multispeciality Hospital, our ultimate goal is to provide comprehensive surgical care with preoperative and postoperative surveillance.

    Proficient and qualified surgeons perform complex surgeries on a routine basis state of art facilities.

    Laparoscopic surgery is a minimally invasive technique in which a laparoscope is inserted inside the abdomen or pelvic region through a small incision.

    A laparoscope is a small tube with a light source and high-resolution camera that relays images of the working field onto a television monitor.

    Laparoscopic surgery is a treatment of choice as it avoids large incisions. it is a preferred technique to treat infertility, abdominal and pelvic diseases, reproductive and other cancers, barometric surgery, removal of fibroids, removal of scar tissue, and removal of organs like kidneys.

    Laparoscopy surgery ensures the fastest recovery, less scarring, and excellent cosmetic outcome as compared to traditional open surgery. 

    Laparoscopic surgery is less traumatic as compared to general surgery, as there is less injury to surrounding soft tissues like muscles, blood vessels, etc.

    Laparoscopic surgery avoids large open wounds, pain, and discomfort postoperatively.

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    Emergency surgeries are always done quickly. Since emergencies cannot be planned, scheduled surgeries are sometimes delayed. When you and your surgeon agree that you are going to have surgery, the surgeon puts you on their case list. Some surgeons have more patients waiting for surgery than others. Patients and physicians, including your family doctor, now have access to information which provides the names of the five surgeons most likely able to perform your surgery sooner than others.

    Ask your surgeon before surgery day what to expect during recovery, and how you will know that you are better.

    The surgeon will ask you many questions about symptoms, past or recent illnesses and past surgeries. The surgeon may do a physical exam, depending on your symptoms and illness

    General surgeons consider your health history and care preferences in determining whether surgery is right for you. Some conditions may benefit from watchful waiting. Ongoing testing helps us detect changes that may signal the need for surgery.