Department of General & Laparascopic Surgery N2
In the department of General and Laparoscopic Surgery N2 are created all the conditions for the successful performance of surgery. Operating theatres meets the international standards for sterility maintaining. Contemporary equipping of the Department allows specialists to carry out the surgery intervention of any complexity, improves the quality of care, reduces the risk of complications, and shortens the patient’s stay in hospital. In the Departments the planned surgical interventions in patients with anterior abdominal and esophageal hiatal hernias, pathology of stomach, gallbladder, pancreas, kidneys, adrenal glands, colon and rectum are performed. Also emergency surgical intervention is provided during 24 hours a day. Great attention is paid to the laparoscopic method of performance of surgical procedures. Modern and minimally invasive methods are used in surgical treatment by ensuring minimum damage to the organs during surgery and quick postoperative recovery of the patients.
In the Departments of General and Laparoscopic Surgery N2 the following surgical procedure are performed:
- Gastrointestinal tract oncologic and general surgery (stomach, small intestines, colon, rectum, pancreas, liver, biliary tract) by using both traditional and laparoscopic and minimally invasive methods.
- Treatment of adiposis dolorosa by using laparoscopic technique (gastric banding, sleeve gastrectomy, gastric bypass and intragastric balloon placement).
- Interventions of endocrine pathologies (right and left laparoscopic adrenalectomy, minimally invasive interventions of the pancreas).
- Surgical treatment of Crohn’s disease of the small intestine.
- Interventions of pathologies of the esophagogastric junction by using traditional and laparoscopic methods (esophageal hiatal hernia, gastroesophageal reflux disease, esophageal achalasia).
- Traditional and laparoscopic surgery of anterior abdominal and inguinal hernias.
- Interventions of splenic pathologies.
- Laparoscopic interventions of the parasitic and nonparasitic cysts of the liver and spleen.