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Elective surgery

Elective surgery is a procedure planned in advance that involve medical urgency
Why choose us for elective surgery?
Why choose us for elective surgery?
Leading centre for laparoscopic procedures
Quick recovery
100% safe and precision-driven procedures
Combined experience of over 5000 surgeries
State-of-the-art operating theatres

At the Department of GI, Minimal Access & Bariatric surgery, we offer a comprehensive range of elective surgical options. Our surgeons have several years of combined experience and expertise. We offer safe and high-precision surgeries to treat a wide range of conditions. We perform traditional open surgeries as well as advanced laparoscopic surgical services in a safe and comfortable environment.

Our surgical experts
Our surgical experts

About elective surgery
About elective surgery

Elective surgery is the one that does not need urgent medical intervention. These surgeries are performed for certain conditions that are not necessarily life-threatening. Elective general surgeries are planned and scheduled in advance. Elective surgeries, however, are not considered optional.

Common elective surgery procedures
  • Hernia surgery
  • Kidney stone removal
  • Appendectomy
  • Warts and moles removal
  • Bariatric surgery
  • Gallstone surgery
  • Laparoscopic Colon Resection
Elective surgery eligibility

Elective surgery involves procedures that can be scheduled later and do not pose an immediate threat to the patient’s life. If the procedure can be delayed for at least 24 hours, it is considered elective surgery.

Elective surgeries are divided into three clinical categories based on the urgency:

Admission required within 30 days – These patients have a condition that may deteriorate quickly if not treated within this time period.

Admission required within 90 days – These cases are considered semi-urgent and it is unlikely for their condition to deteriorate very rapidly.

Admission required in a year – Patients in this category are entirely non-urgent and have close to no risk of the condition deteriorating.

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