Our team includes experienced and caring professionals who share the belief that our care should be comprehensive and courteous - responding fully to your individual needs and preferences....more
Our team includes experienced and caring professionals who share the belief that our care should be comprehensive and courteous - responding fully to your individual needs and preferences.
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Dr. Debasish Naskar is an orthopaedic surgeon. He is an Expert in Joint replacement, Arthroscopic and Sports injury, Complex fracture and trauma, Ilizarov surgery for open fracture and deformity correction of malunited fracture, Spinal surgery, paediatric orthopaedic problems. Dr.D Naskar has completed his MBBS and MS(Orthopaedics) from prestigious WBUHS. He has done Advanced level international trauma training in AO TRAUMA. He is life member of Indian Orthopaedic Association. International Society of Knowledge for Surgeons in Arthroscopy and Arthroplasty . West Bengal Orthopaedic Association. Indian Arthroplasty Association. West Bengal Arthroplasty Society. He has done international observership for JOINT REPLACEMENT and Arthroscopy in hip, knee, ankle and foot surgery division at NATIONAL UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL, SINGAPORE. He has got his Arthroscopy and Sports injury and joint replacement training at HOWRAH ORTHOPEDIC HOSPITAL, HOWRAH. sports injury training at KING EDWARD MEMORIAL HOSPITAL , MUMBAI He has done Spine Surgery course at AIIIMS, NEW DELHI. Dr. Naskar has been trained for deformity correction with ILIZAROV FIXATOR at RAMAIAH Hospital , BANGALORE. He has training on PELVI ACETABULAR SURGERY at RAMAIAH hospital, BANGALORE. He has hand surgery training under BOMBAY ORTHOPAEDIC SOCIETY at different hospitals in MUMBAI. He has experience of 7years in different specialities of orthopaedics. Currently Dr. Debasish Naskar is attached with JIMS hospital and medical college and IRIS Hospital, KOLKATA. His private consultation clinic is BONE AND FRACTURE CARE CLINIC, BARUIPUR. He is attached with different polyclinics at southern part of Kolkata .
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Asked for female, 34 years old from Hyderabad
My mother had rotator cuff injury 3 months back. She was on conservative treatment but not much improvement. She is recently diagnosed diabetic. What are the risk of surgery. how will be the prognosis? How many days to be stayed in hospital.
MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics
Hi lybrate-user, Rotator cuff injury is very common in diabetic. It's basically of two types 1. Acute Significant trauma resulting in mere strain to complete tear. 2.chronic degenerative tear due to disease. Outcome depends on presence/absence of active movements. If strain / partial tear then conservative treatment may help. In complete tear, conservative treatment usually helps in pain control but restoration of movement is usually impossible. In that situation Surgery to repair (with intact musculotendinous bulk) it or very rarely reverse shoulder arthroplasty (when repair is not worthy) is the only answer to get a functional mobile shoulder obviously with glycemic control. Regards.