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Dr. Binod Samal  - General Surgeon, Delhi

Dr. Binod Samal

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MBBS, MS - General Surgery, Laparoscopic, Burns & Plastic

General Surgeon, Delhi

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Dr. Binod Samal 85% (10 ratings) MBBS, MS - General Surgery, Laparoscopic, Burns & Plastic General Surgeon, Delhi
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Dr. Binod Samal is a trusted General Surgeon in Madhu Vihar, Delhi. He has helped numerous patients in his 31 years of experience as a General Surgeon. He has done MBBS, MS - General Surgery, Laparoscopic, Burns & Plastic . He is currently practising at New Life Surgery in Madhu Vihar, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Binod Samal on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - V.S.S. Medical College Odisha - 1988
MS - General Surgery - PGIMS Rohtak - 1993
Laparoscopic - RML Hospital New Delhi - 1996
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Burns & Plastic - RML Hospital New Delhi - 1994
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Liver Surgery - What You Need To Know

MBBS, MS - General Surgery, Laparoscopic, Burns & Plastic
General Surgeon, Delhi
Liver Surgery - What You Need To Know

Liver surgery or reception is actually a very serious operation that should always be done by some skilled or experienced surgeons. Due to the fact that the person with liver cancer also has some other issues besides cancer that is why surgeons need to remove enough for the liver so that all of the cancer can be removed and still has to leave a decent amount and so that the liver functions properly. Liver plays an important part in the clotting of blood and also the factors that a lot of blood passed through it and the fact that after the rejection of liver there is usually lot of bleeding so that is a primary concern.



Possible Side-effects of Risks involving Liver Resection
Surgery or liver resection is a very important operation so it is necessary that you are healthy enough to go for the surgery and the doctor is sure of the benefits compared to the risks as every surgery bears risks of its own. This surgery is no different as it also has some risks such as:

  1. Blood clots in the lungs
  2. There is action may cause some damage to the surrounding organs
  3. Pneumonia is always common risk
  4. Although bleeding is a risk with any surgery, the stake can be much higher in this case. This is due to the fact that huge amount of blood passes through the liver. As liver helps in the clotting of blood this surgery can affect this also.
  5. People who are getting liver transplant have specially a concern in the form of infection as they need to take proper medicines to repress the immune system. People who are taking medicines can be affected with serious infections and in some cases medicines also cause there own side effects.
  6. In Spite of having proper medicines to repress the new system there is always a possibility that the body Would Still reject a new liver.

What to expect after the surgery
It will take your time to do your regular day to day activities as your bowel movements will still not function properly. Eventually you can resume your regular lifestyle once you leave the hospital. You should definitely about yourself from lifting heavy things for several weeks and you should definitely follow the instructions given by your doctor.

Feeling weakness is pretty much normal and the duration of time to heal from an operation varies from one person to another. People undergoing laparoscopic hepatectomy is likely to go home sooner than the person undergoing open hepatectomy.

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Surgery For Kidneys - Know The Benefits!

MBBS, MS - General Surgery, Laparoscopic, Burns & Plastic
General Surgeon, Delhi
Surgery For Kidneys - Know The Benefits!

Surgery is basically the most important treatment for majority of kidney cancer and without undergoing surgery, the chances of survival for the patient are very small. Surgery for kidney tumor is also beneficial for the people who has cancer in different other organs of the body. People also live longer with the help of the removal of the kidney which contains cancer thus even if cancer has spread beyond just the Kidneys, the doctor might suggest kidney surgery.

The removal of kidney tumor can also be used to prevent or reduce symptoms like abnormal bleeding or pain. Some of the tissues surrounding the kidney or the entire kidney might be removed depending on the location or other factors involving the tumor for cancer.

Risks or Side-effects of the Surgery
Surgery of any type might have some risks which can be short term like abnormal bleeding, blood clots which will eventually lead to infection. Majority of people does tend to have pain after undergoing the operation which usually could be benefited with the help of pain medicines. Some other possible risks are:

  1. Some internal organs such as spleen, pancreas, large or small bowel or some blood vessels might be damaged after undergoing the operation.
  2. Internal organs might observe some bulging near the area of surgery because of the issues with the healing of the wound which is known as incisional hernia
  3. If the remaining kidney is unable to operate then there might be the risk of Kidney failure.
  4. Is the chest cavity lets in unwanted air then there is a risk of Pneumothorax.
  5. There is always a risk of urine leaking into the abdomen.

Advantages of Kidney Surgery
Transplantation surgery tends to have some benefits. Which minimises the need for dialysis and helps the patients enjoy life at its best which more freedom productivity and energy. Although majority of the patients before being first evaluated for surgery are on dialysis. But the patients who are undergoing end stage renal disease might be referred for surgery even ahead of dialysis.

A successful kidney surgery can provide you with more than just your health back. It can also provide you with an even better quality of life. There are several cases where the majority of patients return home and also good work and still lead a quality life after the transplantation therefore this treatment is preferable for several patients.

Surgery For Diabetic Foot - What All Should You Know

MBBS, MS - General Surgery, Laparoscopic, Burns & Plastic
General Surgeon, Delhi
Surgery For Diabetic Foot - What All Should You Know

Surgery is an art and surgeons are artists. It is a grueling process and requires extreme dexterity and quite a bit of courage. It is a process where specialized tools are used to remove unwanted tissues, infections or treat an injury or to reshape the human body.

A surgeon is a person who executes the process of surgery. A surgery team is made for these operations which is highly delicate and life risking task. Surgeon’s have their own assistants who assits or helps with the surgical equipments as instructed by the surgeon.

Foot infections are a very common problem in diabetic people. A very miniscule cut can turn into an untreatable infection and can claim a person’s life. A diabetic person loses the ability to repair and thus  the body is unable to repair itself. Prompt medical actions must be taken to treat the affected person and it is an extremely delicate procedure.

TYPES OF SURGERIESBASED ON TIME

  1. BASED ON PURPOSE
  2. TYPE OF PROCEDURE
  3. BY BODY PART
  4. BY EQUIPMENTS USED

Prevention

There are certain prevention methods of diabetic foot like regulating glucose levels, identification of the problem, proper self-care and self-examination. Doing routine examination of the foot is a necessary step and one should apprise one’s doctor of any development of any kind of infections. Wearing proper footwear is another essential.

Wearing improper footwear that cause repeated trauma to the foot may cause infections. The aim of a foot surgery is to control the infection without losing the limb. The skilled and able surgeons do this by removing the pus, removing every affected tissue and by making a healthy wound bed. In the whole process one should keep in mind the functionality of the affected foot. Untreated infections may create pressure points and trigger the infection again.

Classifications of foot infections

  1. A depth of the infection
  2. The severity of the infection
  3. The amount of tissue involved
  4. The anatomic site affected
  5. The causative factors

The treatment of the infections includes detection of the infection and it is considered an infection if the following symptoms are present

Symptoms

Infections may give rise to recalcitrant hyperglycemia and malaise, but systemic inflammatory manifestations may be absent. Patients with a serious conditions, may have an elevated erythrocyte-sedimentation rate or C-reactive protein level. With deep infections bone involvement is a concern. One study suggested that in the presence of an infection, a high specificity and positive predictive value for osteitis when the bone is felt with a sterile metal probe.

Clinical, radiological, and/or scintigraphic signs compatible with osteitis may lead to suspicion, but MRI is the imaging procedure of choice for classifying osteomyelitis from other conditions, like neuroarthropathy. A  study showed that on MRI of the infected foot, the nonenhanced areas represent infected tissue. Lack of enhancement in these areas can mask the presence of abscesses and osteomyelitis. This type of healing process requires time and patience and utmost self care.

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Intestinal Surgery - Know The Risks Involved!

MBBS, MS - General Surgery, Laparoscopic, Burns & Plastic
General Surgeon, Delhi
Intestinal Surgery - Know The Risks Involved!

Cover small intestine is very significant in maintaining proper digestive health by jogging nutrients are fluids that be eat or drink. Yourself in delivering the waste products in the large intestine. This surgery which is the small bowel resection is done to remove part or the entire small bowel. This is basically done when part of our small bowel as blockage or when the diseased.

Importance of intestinal surgery or small bowel resection
There are several conditions which may affect our small bowel. Generally your doctor might advise you to remove a portion of your small bowel but in some cases a portion of your small Bible might have to be removed to confirm that a disease have been ruled out if tissue diagnosis might be required. Some situations where you may require surgery involves:

  1. Severe ulcers that develops in the small bowel leads to bleeding and in some cases infection also
  2. A situation where there is either a congenital blockage in the intestine or maybe from a scar tissue
  3. Cancer is an obvious option
  4. Some injuries to the small bowel is an obvious situation
  5. In some cases there may be a pocket of intestines present there since birth
  6. Several diseases which cause inflammation in the small bowel

Risks Involving Small Bowel Resection
It is very obvious that any kind of surgery has some potential risks so does the small Bowel resection, which includes which includes:

  1. There maybe some difficulty in breathing
  2. Infections are very common
  3. There might be some damage in the structures surrounding it
  4. There maybe case a of heart attack
  5. Abnormal bleeding
  6. Bleeding resulting in blood clots
  7. Pneumonia
  8. Bleeding in the stomach area
  9. The abdomen might start collecting pass which is known as intra abdominal abscess
  10. If the intestinal blockage is formed by a scar tissue then it requires more surgery
  11. They might be problems while absorbing the vitamins and nutrients which is commonly known as short bowel syndrome
  12. Due to some infections diarrhoea is always a frequent risk.

A Long-term Outlook after small bowel resection A majority of people have recovered well from the surgery. You can definitely resume your normal day to day activities even if you had ileostomy and you are required to carry a drainage bag. Diarrhoea might still be a concern for you if you had a big section of your bowel removed and you still might have problem in digesting foods. Inflammatory diseases might still require for the medication.

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Breast Lumps & Mastectomy - How To Prepare For The Surgery?

MBBS, MS - General Surgery, Laparoscopic, Burns & Plastic
General Surgeon, Delhi
Breast Lumps & Mastectomy - How To Prepare For The Surgery?

A breast lump is a tissue growth that develops in the breast. Lumps can be of different types based on how they feel and look. The lump can be perceived as a growth, thickness, fullness, swelling, mass etc. If the lump appears in one breast, it might look larger than the other one. A breast lump can aggravate breast cancer, if a person does not seek proper medical attention on time. To treat lump, a surgical procedure known as the Mastectomy is often employed by on-surgeons. All breast tissues are taken out to prevent breast cancer. Often a surgical reconstruction of the breast is performed post a mastectomy.



What are the different types of mastectomy?

  1. Modified radical mastectomy: This is a procedure that involves the removal of the entire breast including the nipple, tissue, lymph nodes, areola etc. It is performed for large tumors.
  2. Total mastectomy: This is a procedure that involves removing the breast concluding areola, breast tissue, and nipple. A lymph node biopsy is required to perform this procedure.
  3. Skin-sparing Mastectomy: This is a procedure that involves removal of the areola, nipple and the breast tissues but not the skin. A breast reconstruction procedure can be performed immediately after this procedure.
  4. Subcutaneous Mastectomy: This is a procedure that involves removal of only the breast tissues, but keeping the rest of the breast tissues undisturbed.


What happens before the procedure?

Mastectomy without a reconstruction typically takes about 2-3 hours to perform. A patient might have to spend a day in the hospital. If in case both the breasts are removed, a patient might have to stay more than a couple of days in the hospital. A sentinel biopsy might be performed before the surgery, to check the lymph nodes. A patient is generally asked to arrive several hours before the surgery is scheduled.

What happens after the procedure?
Once the surgery is over, a patient is shifted to the recovery room where, breathing, blood pressure and pulse is continuously monitored. A dressing bandage is wrapped around the surgical area. Since the patient is given general anesthesia before the surgery, she might not feel any pain immediately after the surgery but there could be discomfort, numbness and pain few hours after the surgery. Pain medication and the antibiotic is prescribed, before discharging releasing the patient from the hospital.

How to prepare for the surgery?
For starters, it is important to reveal to the doctor, the names of the medications, supplements or vitamins that a patient might be consuming to her doctor. It is also necessary to stop blood-thinning medicine or aspirin, to avoid unnecessary complication with the surgery. Doctors typically advise not to eat or drink anything for 12 hours, before the surgery. A patient should be prepared for a hospital stay. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Piles - Why Is Surgery The Best Option?

MBBS, MS - General Surgery, Laparoscopic, Burns & Plastic
General Surgeon, Delhi
Piles - Why Is Surgery The Best Option?

Many people suffer from hemorrhoids or piles at some point in their life. This condition affects the rectum. It is rarely dangerous but it can be extremely painful. Hemorrhoids can be described as swollen veins in the walls of the lowest section of the rectum and anus. This is the most common cause of rectal bleeding. This may also be a symptom of rectal or colon cancer and hence should never be ignored. A doctor must be consulted if the rectal pain lasts longer than a week or if there is severe swelling and pain around the anus. Hemorrhoids can be treated in a number of different ways but the best form of treatment is surgery.

The procedure to remove hemorrhoids completely is known as a hemorrhoidectomy. A hemorrhoidectomy can be used to treat internal and external piles. This surgery aims at relieving the pain, bleeding, discharge and itchiness caused by piles by cutting away the hemorrhoids. A hemorrhoidectomy is performed while the patient is under general anesthesia. The doctor will begin by making one or many incisions around the anus. The hemorrhoids are them cut off and the incisions are closed. In some cases, the patient may need to stay overnight in the hospital but in most cases, he or she can go back home on the same day. Recovering from a hemorrhoidectomy can take 2-3 weeks.

One of the biggest advantages of surgery to treat this condition is the permanent removal of the swollen blood vessels. This makes passing stool painless and also relieve all the other associated symptoms. Thus, the patient will not have to deal with hemorrhoids on a daily basis. Surgery can be used to treat small or large hemorrhoids. Thus, when all other modes of treatment fail, surgery is often the last resort. As compared to other forms of treating hemorrhoids, only surgery offers long-term results. In 95% of cases, piles do not recur once surgically removed.

However, to ensure this, the patient must follow aftercare instructions and make a few lifestyle changes. For example, it is essential to have a well-balanced diet with plenty of fibre to prevent piles. The patient must also drink at least 8-10 glasses of water a day to ensure that undigested waste can pass through the digestive system smoothly and that stools are soft. Exercise is also very important for the prevention of piles.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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