The Paediatric Surgery Department at Acme Hospital: Where Your Child’s Health and Safety Come First
At the Paediatric Surgery Department at Acme Hospital, we offer a wide range of surgical procedures for newborns, infants, older children and adolescents. We cover both routine and highly complex cases that require expert care and attention. We use the latest techniques and technologies to ensure accurate diagnosis, treatment and follow-up care for your child.
Our surgical team consists of senior and experienced medical professionals who have trained in leading hospitals in India and abroad. We have dedicated consultants, surgical clinical associates, paediatric surgeons, paediatric anesthetists, paediatricians and support staff and resident doctors who aim to provide quality and internationally standardized tertiary level care.
We do not limit the scope of our services to surgery and care alone, but go beyond that to provide a holistic healing experience for both patients and parents. We understand the emotional and psychological needs of children and their families, and we provide them with support, guidance and education throughout their journey.
At Acme Hospital, we have a team of highly qualified and experienced rheumatologists who are committed to providing you with the best care in rheumatology. We offer a range of services and facilities for rheumatology patients, such as:
Some of the special care for pediatric surgery may include:
- Prenatal counseling for mothers whose babies have been diagnosed with certain birth defects during pregnancy, such as esophageal atresia, diaphragmatic hernia, or gastroschisis. This may involve discussing the possible surgical options, risks, benefits, and outcomes for the baby and the mother
- Preoperative evaluation and preparation of the child, which may involve physical examination, laboratory tests, imaging studies, and consultation with other specialists. The child may also receive education and psychological support to help them cope with anxiety and fear before the surgery
- Intraoperative care and monitoring of the child, which may involve using advanced techniques and equipment to perform the surgery in a minimally invasive way, such as laparoscopy, thoracoscopy, or robotic surgery. The child may also receive anesthesia and pain management tailored to their age, weight, and condition
- Postoperative care and recovery of the child, which may involve intensive care or hospitalization for several days or weeks, depending on the complexity and severity of the surgery. The child may also receive follow-up visits, wound care, nutrition support, rehabilitation, and medication management to prevent complications and promote healing