Department of General Surgery
Minimal Access/Laparoscopic Surgery is a surgical technique which involves small (keyhole) incisions instead of large cuts. The surgeon introduces a telescope with a video camera through this incision into the body cavity and operates by viewing the internal parts on a TV monitor. In traditional open surgery, the surgeon is unable to see directly into the patient without a large incision. The video camera efficiently becomes a surgeon’s eyes in minimal access surgery, since to perform the procedure; the surgeon uses the image from the video camera placed inside the patient’s body. When the abdomen is operated using a telescope, the procedure is called laparoscopy. On the other hand, when used in a joint, it is called arthroscopy, and when used in the chest, the procedure is called thoracoscopy
At BIMR Hospitals we have six operation theatres including modular operation theatre equipped with state-of-the-art equipments. 24*7 available emergency for trauma and emergency services. Dedicated Pre & Post-OP Wards including all departments under one roof which includes 24*7 support of Radiology and Pathology Services.
Our Best Services
At BIMR Hospitals, Surgery Department is catering to large number of routine and emergency cases which are reporting in OPD and casuality. We have fully equipped Surgical ICU, HDU and General Wards.