Who is a Paediatric Surgeon?

A paediatric surgeon is a specialist trained for operating on children. Children are not just smaller. They have problems which are unique to adults. Many of the surgical problems are due to faulty embryogenesis (process of development from a few cells to all functional organs). These may be seen during antenatal scans or at birth […]

How to prepare for surgery

Before surgery you must visit your paediatric surgeon and check all the possible treatment options, benefits and risks of each option and the outcomes expected.You must also understand all the..Before surgery you must visit your paediatric surgeon and check all the possible treatment options, benefits and risks of each option and the outcomes expected.

You must also understand all the..Before surgery you must visit your paediatric surgeon and check all the possible treatment options, benefits and risks of each option and the outcomes expected.

You must also understand all the..

Common and Complex Surgical Problems in Children

Common problems in children are Hernia, Hydrocoele, Phimosis, Undescended testis, Hypospadias, Hydronephrosis (swelling on the kidney), etcCommon problems in children are Hernia, Hydrocoele, Phimosis, Undescended testis, Hypospadias, Hydronephrosis (swelling on the kidney), etcCommon problems in children are Hernia, Hydrocoele, Phimosis, Undescended testis, Hypospadias, Hydronephrosis (swelling on the kidney), etcCommon problems in children are Hernia, Hydrocoele, Phimosis, Undescended testis, Hypospadias, Hydronephrosis (swelling on the kidney), etc

Anaesthesia in Children

A majority of the surgical procedures in children require general anaesthesia.

General anaesthesia means putting the child in deep sleep with or without taking over the respiration of the child. It also includes pain relief during the procedure.A majority of the surgical procedures in children require general anaesthesia.

General anaesthesia means putting the child in deep sleep with or without taking over the respiration of the child. It also includes pain relief during the procedure.A majority of the surgical procedures in children require general anaesthesia.

General anaesthesia means putting the child in deep sleep with or without taking over the respiration of the child. It also includes pain relief during the procedure.