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Dr. Shailender Kumar Jain  - General Surgeon, Delhi

Dr. Shailender Kumar Jain

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MBBS, MS - General Surgery

General Surgeon, Delhi

23 Years Experience  ·  400 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Dr. Shailender Kumar Jain 88% (14 ratings) MBBS, MS - General Surgery General Surgeon, Delhi
23 Years Experience  ·  400 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
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Dr. Shailender Kumar Jain is one of the best General Surgeons in Dwarka Sector 13, Delhi. He has over 23 years of experience as a General Surgeon. He has completed MBBS, MS - General Surgery . You can meet Dr. Shailender Kumar Jain personally at Surgical Solution in Dwarka Sector 13, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Shailender Kumar Jain and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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Education
MBBS - Gajara Raja Medical College Gwalior M.P - 1995
MS - General Surgery - Gajara Raja Medical College Gwalior M.P - 1999
Languages spoken
English
Hindi
Professional Memberships
Medical Council of India (MCI)

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I am 48 years old l am cardiac patient lv eff is 20 to 25% I am suffering from inguinal hernia in surgery what is risk in anesthesia which type of surgery and anesthesia is safe?

MBBS, MS - General Surgery
General Surgeon, Delhi
For patient like you surgery in any type of anesthesia is high risk. You can be operated by local infiltration anesthesia with all due precaution.
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Rectal Prolapse - Are You Aware Of These Signs?

MBBS, MS - General Surgery
General Surgeon, Delhi
Rectal Prolapse - Are You Aware Of These Signs?

Rectal prolapse means complete rectal prolapse where the rectal walls have prolapsed to a degree where they protrude out of the anus and are visible outside the body.

Types

The different types of prolapse are as-Internal prolapse (internal intussusception). A full thickness or a partial rectal wall is affected but the prolapsed tissue does not pass out of the anus.

  1. External Prolapse- If they protrude from the anus and are visible externally. Full thickness, circumferential, true intussusception of the rectal wall which protrudes from the anus and is visible externally.
  2. Full-thickness rectal prolapse- A full thickness of the rectal wall protrudes through the anus.
  3. Mucosal prolapse- Protrusion of only the rectal mucosa (not the entire wall) from the anus.
  4. Circumferential- Where the whole circumference of the rectal wall prolapse.
  5. Segmental- Where only parts of the circumference of the rectal wall prolapse.

Grades of Prolapse

Grade I: Non-relaxation of the sphincter mechanism

Grade II: Mild intussusception

Grade III: Moderate intussusception

Grade IV: Severe intussusception

Grade V: Rectal prolapse

Causes

  1. Pelvic floor dysfunction
  2. Parasitic infections such as Amoebiasis, schistosomiasis
  3. Pregnancy
  4. Cystic fibrosis
  5. Pertussis (whooping cough)
  6. Neurologic disorders - Previous lower back or pelvic trauma/lumbar disk disease, cauda equina syndrome, spinal tumors, multiple sclerosis
  7. Disordered defecation (stool withholding)
  8. Previous surgery
  9. Diarrhea
  10. Benign prostatic hypertrophy
  11. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)

Symptoms of Rectal Prolapse
History of a protruding mass- Initially, the mass protrudes from the anus only after a bowel movement and usually retracts when the patient stands up. As the disease process progresses, the mass protrudes more often, especially with straining and valsalva maneuvers such as sneezing or coughing.

  • Degrees of fecal incontinence which may simply present as a mucous discharge
  • Fecal leakage
  • A sensation of obstructed defecation (tenesmus)
  • Pelvic pain
  • A feeling of bearing down
  • Rectal bleeding
  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation(20%-50% of patients) also described as tenesmus (a sensation of incomplete evacuation of stool) and obstructed defecation
  • Erratic bowel habits 

Signs of Rectal Prolapse 

  • Sulcus noted between anal canal and rectum
  • Solitary rectal ulcer (10%-25%)
  • Decreased anal sphincter tone
  • Protruding rectal mucosa
  • Thick concentric mucosal ring

How will you Diagnose?

  1. Proctoscopy/ sigmoidoscopy/ colonoscopy
  2. Colonic transit studies
  3. Anorectal manometry
  4. Anal electromyography/Pudendal nerve testing
  5. Differential
  6. Diagnosis
  7. Hemorrhoids
  8. Intussusception
  9. Proctitis 

Treatment

  1. Conservative- Dietary adjustments, including increasing dietary fiber may be beneficial to reduce constipation. 
  2. Surgery- Surgical approaches in rectal prolapse can be either perineal or abdominal.

A perineal approach refers to surgical access to the rectum and sigmoid colon via an incision around the anus and perineum. Abdominal approach (trans-abdominal approach) involves the surgeon cutting into the abdomen and gaining surgical access to the pelvic cavity.

  • Laparoscopic procedures 
  • Perineal procedures
  • Perineal rectosigmoidectomy

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

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Tips To Prepare Yourself For A Stress-Free Surgical Procedure

MBBS, MS - General Surgery
General Surgeon, Delhi
Tips To Prepare Yourself For A Stress-Free Surgical Procedure

How to prepare yourself for a surgery?
The thought of undergoing a major surgery worries most people as they stress about the possible surgical complications, outcomes of the procedure or just get scared with the idea of getting an incision. But, following a few simple steps before the surgery may enable you to not only lessen your fears but also accelerate the recovery process.

Here are some of the most effective tips to prepare yourself in a way that ensures a stress-free surgical procedure.

  • Acquire knowledge about the surgery beforehand: Keep yourself thoroughly informed about the surgical procedures you will undergo. Ask your surgeon about the time required for complete recovery, your stay at the hospital, hygiene standards of the hospital etc. Also, talk about the surgical complications that you may experience and the measures to be taken from your side to deal with them.
  • Inform the doctor about your prevalent health issues: Talk to your doctor if you are suffering from any medical conditions currently like diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, arthritis etc. Also inform him if you are under any kind of medications or allergic to any particular drug.
  • Enquire about the types of anaesthesia available: Knowing about your anaesthesia choices always help you prepare better for an operation. While some surgery requires specific types of anaesthesia for other you can decide whether you want a local, regional or general anaesthesia. Local anaesthesia is used for affecting a small area while the regional one is used for numbing a larger part and general, your entire body.
  • Be prepared to deal with the post-surgery painYou might experience post-surgery pain depending on the type of procedure followed. Ask your doctor for suggestions on the type of medicines you should do to curb this pain. Generally, most doctors recommend drugs, hot or cold therapy, massage etc.
  • Look for a caregiver in advance: You will require some support and care after the surgery while you recover. Seek the help of your family and friends in this regard and ensure that someone can stay with you for at least a day after you return from the hospital.
  • Follow the pre and post surgery instructions given by the doctor: Follow all the instructions given by the doctor regarding the kind of diet to be followed, restriction from consuming certain things like alcohol or any other lifestyle changes required to keep you healthy before and after the surgery.

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

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