Surgical Gastroenterology

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Introduction

The Department of Surgical Gastroenterology was established in April 2018 with the goal of providing surgical services to patients with complex benign and malignant gastrointestinal and hepatobiliary-pancreatic diseases. In addition to providing comprehensive patient care, the department is dedicated to research and training in this field. In the January 2020 session, the department began an M.Ch course in Surgical Gastroenterology. We received approval for two M.Ch seats per year. For performing complex GI surgical procedures, the Department is equipped with state-of-the-art instruments such as a 4k laparoscope, intraoperative ultrasound (BK Medical), and energy sources such as Harmonic (Ethicon Gen 10) and Cavitron Ultrasonic Surgical Aspirator (CUSA) (Sonoca 300, Soring GmBH). The department currently has one associate professor and one assistant professor, as well as four M.Ch students, four non-academic senior residents, and two junior residents. We offer OPD services on all working weekdays and surgical services four days a week. It also provides emergency services around the clock, with 1 Senior Resident and 1 Junior Resident on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in the ward. The department has a dedicated surgical gastroenterology ward with 30 beds and an adequate nursing staff. The department has 8 ongoing research projects and 22 publications in the last year.

  • The department has a dedicated surgical gastrointestinal ward (B4B block) with 30 beds and an adequate nursing team, as well as an exclusive OPD block on the 4th floor with 8 rooms.
  • The Department has one state-of-the-art Modular Operation Theatre on the 5th floor of the OT complex, where surgeries are currently performed four days a week.

The department of Surgical Sastroenterology offers outpatient clinic services on all working weekdays, elective surgical services four days a week, and emergency services 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The department currently employs four M.Ch SRs, four non-academic SRs, and two JRs. In our department, we have a dedicated 1-hour schedule of various teaching and learning activities (Audit, Journal club, Seminar, Mortality meet).

SL No.Name of FacultyDesignation
1.Dr. Utpal AnandAssociate Professor & Head
2.Dr. Kunal ParasarAssistant Professor

OPD services on all working weekdays
Elective surgical services: four days a week
Emergency services: 24 hours a day, seven days a week

Major liver resections, pancreatic surgeries, and portal hypertension shunt surgeries are among the procedures performed in the department.

  1. Radical Cholecystectomy for Cancer gallbladder
  2. Gastrectomy for Gastric Cancer
    1. Radical Distal (Subtotal)
    2. Total Gastrectomy
  3. Whipple’s Pancreaticoduodenectomy(periampullary cancers)
  4. Proximal Splenorenal shuntfor portal Hypertension
  5. Right Hemicolectomy (right colon cancer)
  6. Total colectomy with Ileorectal anastomosis
  7. Subtotal colectomy
  8. Pancreatic pseudocyst
    1. Cystogastrostomy
    2. Cystojejunostomy + cystogastrostomy
  9. Diversion sigmoid colostomy
  10. Hartmann’s Procedure
  11. PTBD for unrescetable biliary cancers
  12. Lap Cholecystectomy (Chronic Calculus Cholecystitis)
  13. GIST excision for Gastrointestinal stromal tumors
    1. Gastric GIST
    2. Jejunal GIST
  14. Heller’s Cardiomyotomy for Achalasia Cardia
  15. Open Cholecystectomy
    1. Chronic Calculus Cholecystitis
  16. Exploratory Laparotomy
    1. EL and resection and /or anastomosis.
      1. Ileal mass
      2. Jejunal Stricture
      3. Multiple jejunal stricture + duodenal web DJ + JJ + Ileal bypass
      4. Jejunal stricture with malrotation RA + Ladds
    2. EL with ileostomy
      1. Ca stomach with ileal perforation
    3. EL and Open Adhesiolysis
      (Cocoon abdomen)
    4. EL + Ileotransverse bypass
  17. Hydatid Cyst
    1. Lap Deroofing
    2. Open deroofing
  18. Laparoscopic Appendectomy
  19. Roux-en-Y Hepaticojejunostomy
    1. Choledochal Cyst
    2. Benign Biliary Stricture
  20. Gastrojejunostomy
    1. CA Stomach
    2. benign
  21. Hernioplasty for incisional hernia
  22. Ileostomy reversal
  23. Feeding Jejunostomy
  24. SEMS for Cholangiocarcinoma
  25. Coiling/Embolisation of Pseudoaneurysm
  26. ERCP for cholangitis
  27. Pyloric stenting for GOO
  28. PCD
    1. Appendicular lump
    2. Acute Necrotising pancreaitis

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