GENERAL SURGERY

At Futureace hospital, we are proud of our track record of successful general surgeries and our commitment to patient satisfaction. Patient safety and comfort are paramount to us. Our surgical team follows rigorous protocols and employs the latest techniques to minimize the risks and promote a smooth recovery process. We believe in providing clear and transparent communication, keeping you informed about your procedure, expected outcomes, and any potential risks or complications.

SPECIALIZATIONS


- LASER FISTULOTOMY

- FISTULOTOMY OPEN

- PERIANAL ABSCESS

- PILONIDAL SINUS

- STAPLER CIRCUMCISION

- LAP CHOLECYSTECTOMY

- LAP INGUINAL HERNIA

- LAP UMBILICAL HERNIA

- OPEN HERNIA

- LAP APPENDECTOMY

- LASER SPHINCTEROTOMY

- STAPLER HEMORRHOIDECTOMY

- MODIFIED RADICAL MASTECTOMY (MRM)

- LASER HEMORRHOIDECTOMY

- LAP. EPIGASTRIC HERNIOPLASTY

- EPIDIDYMAL EXCISION

- DEBRIDEMENT AND SKIN GRAFTING

- BREAST LUMP EXCISION

- VENTRAL HERNIA REPAIR

- LAP. MESHPLASTY

- LAP. FUNDOPLICATION

- IGB INSERTION AND REMOVAL

- COLECTOMY

- LAPAROSCOPIC ILEAL POUCH RECTAL ANASTOMOSIS

Faqs

How do I prepare for general surgery?

Preparing for general surgery involves various steps, including fasting for a specific period before surgery, undergoing preoperative testing, discussing medications with your surgeon, and following specific instructions provided by your surgical team. Your surgeon will guide you through the preparation process.

What can I expect during the recovery period after general surgery?

The recovery period after general surgery varies depending on the type of surgery performed and individual factors. It may involve pain management, wound care, activity restrictions, and follow-up appointments. Your surgeon will provide detailed post-operative instructions and monitor your progress.

Are there risks associated with general surgery?

Like any surgical procedure, general surgery carries some risks, such as bleeding, infection, blood clots, adverse reactions to anesthesia, or complications specific to the surgery performed. However, modern surgical techniques and advancements have significantly reduced these risks.

How long will it take to recover from general surgery?

The recovery time varies depending on the specific surgery, individual healing capabilities, and overall health. Some procedures may require a shorter recovery period, while others may require weeks or months. Your surgeon will provide an estimated recovery timeline based on your specific surgery.

Will I have scars after general surgery?

Scarring is a normal part of the healing process after surgery. However, general surgeons strive to minimize visible scarring by using techniques such as minimally invasive surgery, laparoscopy, or making incisions in inconspicuous areas. Your surgeon will discuss scar management options with you.

Can I resume normal activities after general surgery?

The ability to resume normal activities depends on the type of surgery performed, your overall health, and your surgeon's recommendations. Some surgeries may require a period of rest and limited activity, while others may allow for a quicker return to normal activities. Your surgeon will guide you on activity restrictions and gradual resumption of regular activities.