LAPROSCOPY

OVERVIEW

Laparoscopy is a type of surgery. It is used to detect and treat many health problems. Over the past 20 years, laparoscopy has become fairly common.

It often can be performed as an out-patient procedure. Most patients recover from laparoscopic surgery within days. Laparoscopy is a way of doing surgery without making a large incision (cut).

A thin, lighted tube–known as the laparoscope–is inserted into the abdomen through a small incision. The laparoscope is a small camera that allows your doctor to see the pelvic organs.

If a problem needs to be fixed, other instruments are used. These instruments are inserted either through the laparoscope or through other small cuts in your abdomen.

WHY FORD

Out- Patient Department : Keeping the view of providing effective treatment to the patients. We are running multiple OPD in the hospital Like, General Medicine, General Surgery, Plastic Surgery, Eye, Dental, Orthopedic, Neurology, Cardiology, Urology, Nephrology, ENT, OBS &  Gynae,  Psychiatric, Pediatric, Skin, Physiotherapy and more.

In- Patient Department : The indoor facilities includes a general ward, semi private ward & single room (air cooled, air conditioned, deluxe & super deluxe) rooms providing admission facilities to patients of all socio economical strata. All the rooms are well ventilated with independent toilets and access to sunlight. We have total 105 IPD beds mentioned as per category: ICU-18, ICCU-18, Pvt Room- single bedded-12, Semi-Pvt Room-3, Gen ward-40, Emergency-4, NICU-10)

Advanced Intensive Care Unit : Ford Hospital has 24 hours 36-bedded I.C.U. back up with an anesthetist/intensivist and is the most advanced intensive care unit in the state. Our I.C.U. is equipped with Ventilator, NIBP/IBP monitors, Pulse Oximeter, Defibrillators, Infusion pump, Syringe-Pump Multi positioning patients beds, Bi-Pap, C-Pap, Bed side X-Ray, Bed side ECHO and central gas line with compressor on all beds. A 2:1 nursing staff to bed ratio is maintained in the I.C.U. The ICU back up gives us the confidence to deal and operate difficult Surgical Emergencies.

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit : State of art and well modern equipped with Neonatal Ventilator, Pulse Oxymeter, Open Care Incubator, C PAP, Transport Incubator, Under Surface Photo Therapy, Upper Surface Photo Therapy, Slow Suction, O2 Hood, Baby Trolley, Big Suction machine, 20 bedded Intensive care unit under the supervision of super specialist consultant Dr.Shashi Bhushan Kumar MD(Ped), Round the clock Anesthetist and RMO present, well trained Nurses and Paramedics.

CONSULTANT