What is general surgery, and what kinds of operations are done?
The goal of general surgery is to treat problems with the gastrointestinal tract, including the esophagus, stomach, small and large intestines, liver, pancreas, gallbladder, appendix, bile ducts, and frequently the thyroid gland.
- gastrointestinal tract surgical problems from the esophageal to the anus.
- breast conditions.
- kidney, pancreas and liver transplantation.
What Pre-Operative Preparations and Tests are Required?
Prior to the surgery, you must refrain from eating and drinking for a specific amount of time. The area that will be operated on should be cleaned or shaved. before surgery, have any X-rays, blood tests, electrocardiograms, or other testing that may be required.
We have a staff of surgeons with a varied range of talents, specialties, and expertise, whether it be general surgery or specialized surgery. Due to the wide range of problems, we treat, some of our surgeons specialize in certain conditions, and others have received training in cutting-edge surgical methods. While our surgeons are capable of treating uncommon disorders, it would be negligent of us to neglect the prevalent diseases and problems that respond well to general surgery.
Post-operative Care & Recovery Tips for General Surgery Patients
- To manage your pain, take your medication. Your physician will recommend medicine to assist manage discomfort at home.
- To care for your incision, adhere to your doctor’s recommendations.
- Start off slowly.
- Search for indications of a blood clot.
- Stay out of the sun.
- Don’t be too hard on yourself.