General Laparoscopic Surgery

Department Of Surgery

In Meerut, Nutema Hospital is a top hospital for general and advanced surgery. The Department of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Unit (ICU) have excellent services before and after surgery. The department has a team of general and laparoscopic surgeons who are very skilled and have extensive experience. They are backed up by nurses and residents who work around the clock.

Our team of surgeons like Dr. Vinod Sharma and Dr. Sandeep Singh are very skilled in Laparoscopic and minimally invasive surgeries, which they use to treat different subspecialties of gynaecology, gastroenterology, and urology. So, to cut down on problems and make sure patients are happy, the Department of Surgery has a modular operating room and modern surgical tools like high-definition Endo vision and a vessel sealing system.

When Nutema Hospital became a famous hospital in Meerut, the Department of Surgery was one of the first things to be added. The department has made steady progress over the years and has senior consultants.

Dr. Vinod Sharma OPD
General Laparoscopic Surgery OT

The department has been interested in minimally invasive surgery from the beginning. Aside from regular laparoscopic gall bladder surgeries, advanced minimally invasive surgeries are done for hernias, Appendicitis (Appendix Removal), Hydrocele Surgery, Gallbladder Removal Surgery, and Intestinal Obstruction. There are also major open surgeries that are done.

Neurosurgery, Plastic Surgery, Pediatric Surgery, and Maxillofacial Surgery all work together to perform complex surgeries on aneurysms, brain tumours, surgery on new-born’s, the re-implantation of amputated limbs, and cosmetic surgery. Urological procedures like pyeloplasty, nephrectomy, TURP, and PCNL, which are less invasive, are often done.

Following are some standard procedures and treatments by the Nutema Hospital Department of Surgery:


When a piece of tissue or an organ pushes through one weakened muscle wall surrounding the abdominal cavity, this is called a hernia. The fatty lining of the colon or a piece of intestine is inside the sac that grows through a weak spot in the groyne or abdominal wall.

If a hernia happens through the diaphragm, a group of muscles separating the stomach from the chest, the sac may have some of the stomachs in it. The stomach is where they appear most often, but they can also appear in the groin, belly button, and upper thighs. Most hernias don't cause death, but they don't go away on their own, either. They might need a hernia operation or surgery to avoid problems that could be dangerous.

The best hospital in Meerut for hernia surgery is Nutema Hospital. Our hernia specialist in Meerut has been treating them for many years.

Appendicitis (Appendix Removal)

Appendicitis (Appendix Removal)

The first step in determining if someone has appendicitis is to get a thorough history and physical exam. Patients often have a high temperature, and when the doctor pushes in the right lower abdomen, there is often moderate to severe pain. When inflammation has spread to the peritoneum, it is common for the pain to come back. Rebound tenderness is when the pain gets worse when the doctor quickly pulls their hand off the tender spot on the abdomen after gently pressing on it.

The following tests are usually used to make the diagnosis:

• A computed tomography (CT) or ultrasound examination to detect appendix enlargement.
• A check of your blood for infection markers.
• A diagnosis of bladder infection can be ruled out with a urine test.

Appendicectomy is the medical term for removing the appendix with surgery. The appendix is an old organ on the right side of the abdomen. It is at the beginning of the large intestine. The appendix doesn't do anything for the body. It must be taken out when it gets infected (also called "Appendicitis"), swollen, or has a hole. It should be taken out as soon as possible to avoid any problems. It can be done by making an open cut in the abdomen (the "Open route") or using a laparoscope. It is done with either spinal anaesthesia or general anaesthesia. In cases of perforation, a drain is temporarily left in the abdomen after surgery to collect pus, secretions, etc., that drain from the wound. A general surgeon, a laparoscopic surgeon, or a gastroenterology surgeon does this. It is a standard procedure, and children are often the ones who need it.

Gallbladder Removal Surgery

Gall bladder surgery, also called cholecystectomy, is a surgery that takes out the gallbladder. Gallstones are small, hard deposits that can form in the gallbladder and cause pain and discomfort.

The gall bladder is a pear-shaped pouch that is relatively tiny. Specifically, it's under the liver on the right side of the belly. Primarily, it stores and concentrates the bile that the liver produces. After eating, the gallbladder lets out bile, which helps the body digest the food. Bile moves from the liver to the small intestine through the common bile ducts (CBD).

Solid masses called gallstones can develop in the gallbladder. These stones can form when bile pigments and cholesterol solidify into tiny particles.

Gallbladder Removal Surgery
Intestinal Obstruction

Intestinal Obstruction

The doctor will do a physical exam to check the pain in the abdomen and see if the patient can pass gas or not. The doctor can also tell from a physical test if there is a lump in the gut.

The patient may also need a blood and urine test. If there is a blockage in the abdomen, the doctor will send the patient for a CT scan or x-ray. The doctor will sometimes give the patient a liquid to drink that has barium in it. The fluid will go into the rectum and spread out into the bowels. Barium will make the area that is blocked look bright on an x-ray.

People who are healthy enough can have surgery. The surgeon will cut out the part of the blocked bowel and all the dead parts. The stent is another choice, which is safer for weak people. A stent is a mesh of wire put in the bowel where the blockage is. It makes the intestine open up and lets the thing go.

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