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Sir Ganga Ram Hospital

General & Laparoscopic Surgeon
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Sir Ganga Ram Hospital Road, Old Rajender Nagar, Landmark: Near Janakidevi Memorial College & Near Metro Station,
New Delhi, Delhi - 110060
Details for Dr. Srikrishna Das
SNMC - Jodhpur
JLNMC - Ajmer
MS - General Surgery
Fellowship in Laparoscopic and Robotic Onco-Surgery
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max hospital saket new delhi
Fellowship in bariatric surgery
Professional Memberships
Internal Trauma Society
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Past Experience
3 years SR REGISTRAR at AIIMS - New Delhi
.attending consultant at Max Hospitals
senior registrar at Safdarjung Hospital
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  • MBBS, MS - General Surgery, Fellowship in Laparoscopic and Robotic Onco-Surgery, Fellowship in bariatric surgery, F.I.A.G.E.S
    General & Laparoscopic Surgeon
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  • F.I.A.G.E.S , MS - General Surgery, MBBS, Fellowship in Laparoscopic and Robotic Onco-Surgery, Fellowship in bariatric surgery
    General Surgeon
    Unlike traditional open surgery requires an 8-10 cm incision to expose the surgical area of the abdomen which needs to be operated, Laparoscopic surgery requires small incisions of about 0.5-1.5 cm are made far from the location of the operation.

    Advantages of Laparoscopy

    It has a lot of advantages over the more common, open procedure:

    1. Reduced risk of infection
    2. Reduced haemorrhaging and blood loss
    3. Less post-operative pain
    4. Shorter recovery period
    5. Smaller scars
    6. Reduced exposure to internal organs
    7. Less pain medications and analgesia requirements
    8. Faster return to normal activity

    Few things about Laparoscopic Surgery

    1. The problems that laparoscopy addresses: Conditions like ectopic pregnancy, endometriosis and pelvic inflammatory disorders are generally treated using laparoscopic surgery. Moreover, laparoscopy is also used to remove the gallbladder, appendix, patches of endometriosis or detect adhesions, fibroids and cysts. Also a biopsy of the organs inside the abdomen can be done through laparoscopy.

    2. Pain management post surgery: Laparoscopy is generally followed by a sore feeling around the cuts as well as shoulder pain. If the pain is unbearable you can ask for medication from your doctor or consider common analgesics. Recovery time for a laparoscopic surgery is only a few days, and to get through this period easily seek the help of a friend or family member to manage your medications and lift your spirits.

    3. The duration of your stay in hospital: Usually performed on an outpatient basis (release on the same day as the surgery), a laparoscopic surgery may require you to stay overnight at the hospital if your condition requires a complex or lengthy surgery. Moreover, if the doctor feels that a bowel resection or partial bowel resection needs to be performed, you may have to stay at the hospital for a few days.
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  • F.I.A.G.E.S , MS - General Surgery, MBBS, Fellowship in Laparoscopic and Robotic Onco-Surgery, Fellowship in bariatric surgery
    General Surgeon
    Ulcerative colitis is a chronic inflammatory condition whereby, tiny abscesses and ulcers are formed on the inner lining of the large intestine, or on the colon or rectum. These ulcers may burst frequently resulting in diarrhea and bloody stools. This disease may also be responsible for causing anemia as well as harsh abdominal pain.

    Ulcerative colitis normally alternate periodically from flaring up to receding quickly. These periods of remission can either last for weeks or maybe, even for years at a stretch. They are, however, not permanent and although the disease may seem to have disappeared completely, it can soon show up again in no time. Usually beginning in the rectum, it can, by and by, spread rapidly to other parts of the colon. If it is, however, limited only to the rectum, then it is more commonly referred to as ulcerative proctitis.

    Surgery is generally obligatory and mandatory when it comes to treating ulcerative colitis. If surgery is not performed, you may suffer from long-lasting side effects, including cancer and colon rupture. Here are the different types of surgery that you may undergo:

    1. Colectomy: This is done when the entire colon needs to be removed and is usually performed to eliminate the perils of acquiring colon cancer.

    2. Proctocolectomy: This concerns the total removal of both colon and rectum and is usually the standard procedure when dealing with ulcerative colitis.

    3. Ileal Pouch Anal Anastomosis: If the treatment does not require a permanent stoma, and if you can still manage to let out stool from your anus, then this surgery, also called restorative proctocolectomy would be most appropriate.

    Here, both colon and rectum are removed, but at the same time, the small intestine is utilized to form an internal reservoir, called a J-pouch, which is linked to the anus and can hereafter serve as your new rectum.
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  • F.I.A.G.E.S , MS - General Surgery, MBBS, Fellowship in Laparoscopic and Robotic Onco-Surgery, Fellowship in bariatric surgery
    General Surgeon
    Do you bleed or feel pain during bowel movements, or the skin around your anus feels sore or itches? Or maybe there's a lump in or around your anus, or you feel as if your bowels haven't emptied completely? Then you may be suffering from piles. Piles or hemorrhoids are essentially swollen veins and muscles in your anal canal or around your anus. And they may stay inside your anus or come outside depending on the severity of the affliction.

    Often, piles can be successfully treated with high-fiber diet, proper hygiene, and topical medicines or ointments. But in situations where non-surgical methods don't achieve desired results, surgery becomes the only option. And this may be particularly necessary for those suffering from large painful or bleeding hemorrhoids. The different surgical options are given below:

    Hemorrhoidectomy - In this procedure, the surgeon makes incisions around the anus to remove the piles formations. Local or general anesthesia is offered during the operation, and you can usually return home on the same day. After the procedure, the area might require stitches and commonly remains very tender and painful for quite some time.
    PPH or Procedure for Prolapse and Hemorrhoids - This method is minimally invasive and makes use of a stapler-like machine for repositioning the hemorrhoids and cutting off their blood supply. So eventually, the piles shrink and die without blood supply and your pain diminishes greatly. With this process, you can expect a faster recovery, less itching and bleeding, and minimal complications, if any.
    Laser - An accurate and special laser beam is used in this method, to burn off the hemorrhoids.
    Rubber Band Ligation - This procedure can be used for areas with fewer pain receptors. In this, a rubber band is tied around the base of hemorrhoid to stem the blood supply and destroy the affected tissue.
    Sclerotherapy - This method involves the injection of a chemical solution around the blood vessel which supplies the hemorrhoid tissues, to shrink and kill them. Though non-invasive methods are preferred by many since they create less pain, hemorrhoidectomy may provide more long-lasting benefits. Here are some other aspects you need to consider regarding piles surgery:
    Risks - Infection, bleeding, reaction to anesthesia, trouble with urination, fecal incontinence are some of the risks involved, though the surgery is usually quite safe.
    Ways of treating pain - Pain, especially during and after a bowel movement, can be an issue for several days after the surgery. But it can be dealt with by taking prescribed pain medications, stool softeners, and soaking in a warm bath. Recovery can take up to 3 to 6 weeks after the procedure.
    Avoiding recurrence - Following a high-fiber diet, maintaining good hygiene, taking lots of fluids, and avoiding straining or constipation can prevent piles from coming back.
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    Dr. Siddhant Kumar
    Dr. Das has the compassion you want in your surgeon along with the skill that puts him second to none. He treats you like family, through all the steps. His work ethic is the best I've ever seen.
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