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Pediatric Surgery

Pediatric Surgery
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Pediatric Surgery

Big heroes, little patients: Pediatric surgery saves!

Pediatric surgery treats babies, children and teens. It covers everything from minor to major surgeries.


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Pediatric Surgery Treatment

To identify, manage and treat surgical conditions in children, Pediatric surgeons receive specialised training. These surgeons treat tumours, trauma, infections and congenital anomalies like cleft lip and palate, hernias and gastrointestinal malformations. Pediatric surgery uses advanced techniques and equipment to minimize surgery's impact on a child's developing body. The goal is optimal surgical outcomes with minimal complications.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Pediatric surgery diagnoses, treats and manages surgical conditions in children from birth to adolescence.

Pediatric surgery treats congenital anomalies like cleft lip and palate, gastrointestinal malformations and heart defects. Tumours, trauma and appendicitis are included.

Pediatric surgery anaesthesia depends on the child’s age, health and surgery. Sedation and regional anaesthesia are also used but general anaesthesia is most common.

Pediatric surgery is risky. Surgery usually outweighs its risks. Before surgery, your child’s surgeon will discuss risks and benefits.

By explaining the surgery to their child, parents can help them prepare. Assure your child that they’ll be safe and that you’ll be there.

Pediatric surgery recovery times vary by type and child health. Some kids recover faster than others. Your child’s surgeon will give you post-op instructions.

After Pediatric surgery, complications may include fever, pain, redness, swelling, bleeding or difficulty breathing. Contact your child’s surgeon immediately if you notice these symptoms.

Parents can help their child recover by following the surgeon’s post-operative instructions, providing pain relief and providing emotional support. Keep the child comfortable and involved in age-appropriate activities.

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