We Care India, the best medical tourism company have the tie-ups with the renowned hospitals in India and outside India which treats a variety of pediatric conditions occurring throughout infancy and childhood. Pediatric Surgery India is performed by highly skilled and experienced surgeon for children from the day of their birth to 18 years of age. The common problems which are treated by the surgeons in India by that Pediatric Surgery India are as follows:

•    Congenital and developmental anomalies

•    Infectious conditions

•    Trauma and injuries

•    Solid tumours

•    Cancers

We Care India is the medical tourism company with the team of experienced and a professional surgeon at the best hospitals manages the entire spectrum of pediatric surgical problems and specialize in neonates as well.

Procedure for Pediatric Surgery in India

The following are some common procedures of Pediatric Surgery in India which is offered by the hospitals under We Care India, the medical tourism company and these are:

a)    Appendectomy: This is a procedure of Pediatric Surgery in India where the surgeon will remove the appendix when a child displays symptoms of appendicitis. This is going to be a large and complex operation; however, with the advancement in medical science performing the minimally invasive surgery now allows the appendix to be removed in pediatric patients by making three small incisions.

b)    Antegrade Colonic Enema (ACE): This is a procedure of Pediatric Surgery in India which provides a way for the parent of caregiver to easily flush the stool out of the colon each day. There are a few people who deal with complex medical problems or other conditions suffer from chronic constipation.

c)    Gallbladder Removal: The surgeons at the hospitals under We Care India perform this procedure for the patients who experience the pain due to gallstones in their gallbladder, the organ that stores digestive fluid from the liver.

d)    Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia (CDH): The surgeons at the hospitals under We Care India perform CDH operation to correct the conditions which occur when the diaphragm (the muscle which separates the chest from the abdomen) does not form properly during fetal development.

e)    Fundoplication: There are some of the pediatric patients who suffer from gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), which is a severe form of heartburn and this condition can be life-threatening in some children.  The surgeons at the hospitals under We Care India perform the minimally invasive techniques; to wrap the stomach around the esophagus which helps in preventing the reflux from occurring.

f)    Inguinal hernia repair: This is a common procedure of the Pediatric Surgery in India to correct an inguinal hernia, a hernia which occurs in the groin region. According to study, the surgeon may have many different approaches to the common problem of an inguinal hernia in the pediatric age group and the new technique of Eversion is one of the best minimally invasive methods of repair.

g)    Funnel chest repair: This is the minimally invasive Pediatric Surgery in India which is also known as the Nuss procedure. With the help of the Nuss procedure, the condition of the sunken chest can be corrected by using a technique which involves the insertion of a bar to splint the chest in a more appropriate position.

h)    Pyloromyotomy: This is the minimally invasive Pediatric Surgery in India which is used to correct pyloric stenosis, a thickening in the muscle at the end of the stomach. This condition affects the small babies, and the thickening of the pylorus muscle prevents the food from leaving the stomach and can cause vomiting.  With the help of using minimally invasive techniques with the use of small instruments can allow the surgeon to open the pylorus for babies so that they can to enjoy eating again.

i)    Surgery for ovarian masses: The surgeons at the hospitals under We Care India, the medical tourism company will perform the Pediatric Surgery in India for the ovarian masses to remove large cysts and solid masses of the ovaries. With the help of minimally invasive surgery, the surgeon uses the instruments which are only 2 mm in diameter and allows laparoscopic operations on patients even as small as infants. This procedure helps the new-born babies who are dealing with the feeding difficulties due to the large ovarian cyst, which will be removed with laparoscopic surgery.

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