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Gastroenterologists in Pune are surgeons with expertise in different areas of surgery. Dr. Nikhil Jillawar is the Best Trauma Surgeon in Pune, who has been successful in managing cases that may be considered unusual or difficult.
Dr. Nikhil Jillawar is the Best Trauma Surgeon in Pune, who has been successful in managing cases that may be considered unusual or difficult. He has also been trained in laparoscopic surgery and is an expert when it comes to colon cancer surgery.
We are a team of qualified and experienced surgeons who specialize in various areas like laparoscopic surgery, colorectal cancer surgery, liver transplantation, etc.
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Trauma surgery is the branch of surgical medicine that deals with treating injuries caused by an impact. Trauma is the injuries suffered when a person experiences a blunt force or a penetrating trauma.
You may also hear trauma referred to as “major trauma.” Many trauma patients are the victims of car crashes, stabbings, and gunshot wounds. Trauma can also be caused by falls, crush type injuries
Traumatic injuries can affect internal organs, bones, the brain, and the other soft tissues of the body. No area of the body is immune to trauma, but trauma can range from minor (hitting your finger with a hammer) to major (being hit by a car traveling at a high rate of speed or falling off of a building).
Trauma cases are often complicated, and treating them requires quick thinking that is based on a core of deep knowledge and extensive experience.
Anyone who experienced injury due to trauma can immediately see a trauma surgeon for a consultation, often upon arrival at the hospital emergency room. As mentioned earlier, there are different specialties in the field of trauma surgery. Depending on the type of injury that the patient has sustained, the hospital can delegate the consultation to practitioners that can best provide the patient with the most appropriate medical care. Factors to consider are the extent of the injury, and which injured body part threatens the patient’s life and function the most.
Craniotomy – Opening the skull in surgery to remove a clot and lower brain pressure.
Craniotomy – Removing a part of the skull bone to give the brain more room to swell. This type of surgery may also be done when a clot is removed.
Gastrostomy – Surgery to make an opening into the stomach to place a feeding tube. This surgery is often done at the bedside. The feeding tube is usually temporary. It may be removed by the doctor when the patient is able to eat food.
Jejunostomy – Surgery to make an opening into the small intestine for placing a feeding tube. This feeding tube is often temporary. It may be removed by the doctor once the patient is able to eat food.
Laparotomy – Surgery that opens the abdomen. When it is opened, doctors can examine and treat organs, blood vessels or arteries.
Tracheostomy – Surgery that makes an incision in the throat area just over the trachea to insert a breathing tube. When complete, the breathing tube in the mouth will be taken out.