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Dr. Mohit Jain
MS(Mumbai), FMAS, FIAGESSenior Laparoscopic Surgeon, General Surgeon & Bariatric (Obesity) Surgeon.

Consultant Laparoscopic Surgeon At
BLK Hospital, Patel Nagar, West Delhi.

Specialist in:
Gallbaldder Stones, Hernia, Appendix & Wound Surgeries in Delhi.

SURGEON ( LAPAROSCOPIC)

SERVICES :
Gallbladder Stone Removal

Hernia
Inguinal Hernia
Ventral Hernia
Umbilical Hernia

Appendix Surgery

Wound Management
Diabetic Foot Surgery

Bariatric Surgery
Gastric Bypass

Liver Cyst
Obstructive Jaundice

Small Bowel Surgery
Large Bowel Surgery

Spleenectomy
Hemicolectomy
Cholecystectomy
Adrenalectomy

Anal Fissures
Hemorrhoids (Piles)

Laparoscopic Colon Resection

Achalasia of the Cardia
Cardiomyotomy

Video Assisted Thoracic Surgery


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41-A, JG-III, Vikas Puri, West Delhi - 110018.

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Best Laparoscopic Surgeon In Vikas Puri, West Delhi

Dr. Mohit Jain is a General & Laparoscopic Surgeon in Vikaspuri, West Delhi who works at BLK Super Speciality Hospital in Delhi. Considered an expert in the field of Minimal Access (keyhole) Surgery, he has over 15 years of experience in the field.

Dr. Mohit Jain’s mission is to pass on the benefits of Minimal Access Surgery to all patients irrespective of their socioeconomic status. He strives to make his expertise available to patients from all strata of society and from around the country.

Being a keen academic, Dr. Mohit Jan has to his credit over 20 publications. With the aim to help other surgeons train in this specialty, he actively participates in conferences and training workshops around the country.
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• HERNIA
Return to Normal Activity after Hernia Surgery in Delhi

The very first symptom of a hernia is often a gibbosity or clod in the groin or umbilical region followed by pain and discomfort which can limit activity.

Most hernias are abridgeable, which means the gibbosity can be pushed back into the abdominal cavity especially when lying down.

Risk occurs if a hernia will not abridge and cause severe pain. This may mean that a hernia is throttled, cutting off the blood supply to the intestine involved. This condition is treated as an emergency as it can become life threatening. This is why professionals advocate hernia repair as soon as possible, to avoid this potentially dangerous condition.

Anybody can be fetched by a hernia, regardless of sex or age. A hernia cannot heal itself, except sometimes in babies with umbilical hernias; neither can it be aided with medication. A truss is a poor and inconvenient method of dealing with a hernia and can cause trouble with more scar tissue.

Therefore the only effective and successful way of returning to full activity is by Hernia Surgery in Delhi.

The Saksham Surgicare serves a comprehensive service from diagnosis to surgery for patients who are going through hernia symptoms. Depending on each patient’s individual requirements they will have approaches to the services of a Consultant Surgeon expertise in hernia repair surgery, assisted by nursing staff dedicated to service focused and personalized attention and the wide range of possible standards of care. The service profits from the specialized and experienced Consultant Surgeons who are committed to using the advanced techniques involving laparoscopic (key-hole) surgery and conventional (open) surgery.

HOW TO ACCESS HERNIA SURGERY AT SAKSHAM SURGICARE?

The first step is to get a referral to the Saksham Surgicare from your General Practice. This allows your consultant to gain as much insight into your medical history as possible.

During your initial consultation, a typical medical history will be taken. You will go through a thorough clinical examination and your doctor will discuss options in Hernia Surgery in Delhi.

For details on how to make an appointment with Consultant General & Laparoscopic Surgeon in Delhi, Dr. Mohit Jain or if you have any further questions about the Saksham Surgicare please contact our clinic Services Advisors.


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Pusa Rd, Rajendra Place, Karol Bagh West Delhi -110005

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• GALLBLADDER STONE REMOVAL
The laparoscopic gallbladder stone surgery in Delhi removes the gallbladder and gallstones through several cuts (incisions) in the abdomen. The laparoscopic surgeon in Delhi will inflate your abdomen with air or carbon dioxide to see clearly.

The surgeon will insert an illuminated instrument attached to a video camera (laparoscope) through an incision near the navel. Next, the surgeon will use a video screen as a guide while inserting surgical instruments into the other incisions to remove the gallbladder.

Before the surgeon removes the gallbladder, you may be given a special x-ray procedure called intraoperative cholangiography, which shows the anatomy of the bile ducts.

You will need general anesthesia for this surgery, which usually lasts 2 hours or less.

After the gallbladder stone surgery in Delhi, bile flows from the liver (where it occurs) through the common bile duct and into the small intestine. Because the gallbladder has been removed, the body can no longer store bile between meals. Most people have little or no digestive effect.

In 5 to 10 of every 100 laparoscopic gallbladder surgeries in the United States, the surgeon needs to switch to an open surgery method that requires a larger incision. note 1 Examples of problems that may require open surgery instead of laparoscopic surgery include unexpected swelling, scar tissue, injury or bleeding.

What to expect after surgery?

You may have gallbladder surgery on an outpatient basis or you may stay in the hospital for 1 or 2 days.

Most people can return to their usual activities between 7 and 10 days later. Those who undergo laparoscopic gallbladder surgery are sore for about a week. But after 2 or 3 weeks they have much less discomfort than those who had open surgery. No special diets or other precautions are necessary after this surgery.

Why is it done?

Laparoscopic gallbladder stone treatment in Delhi is the best method of treating gallstones that cause symptoms unless there is a reason why this surgery should not be performed.

Laparoscopic surgery is used more frequently when there are no factors present that could complicate it.

Effectiveness

Laparoscopic gallbladder stone surgery in Delhi is safe and effective. The surgery removes the gallstones that are found in the gallbladder. It does not remove the stones present in the common bile duct. Stones can form in the common bile duct years after the gallbladder has been removed, although this is rare.

Risks

The overall risk of laparoscopic gallbladder surgery is very low. The most serious complications that may occur include:

Infection of an incision.

Internal bleeding

Injury to the common bile duct.

Lesion to the small intestine caused by one of the instruments used during surgery.

Risks of general anesthesia.

Other uncommon complications may include:

Gallstones that remain in the abdominal cavity.

Bile filtering inside the abdominal cavity.

Injury to the blood vessels of the abdomen, such as the main blood vessel that carries blood from the heart to the liver (hepatic artery). This is rare.

A gallstone that is pushed into the common bile duct.

A cut in the liver.

It may take more than one operation to repair these complications.

After gallbladder removal surgery in Delhi, some people have persistent abdominal symptoms, such as pain, swelling, gas, and diarrhea ( postcholecystectomy syndrome).

To think

Recovery is much quicker and less painful after laparoscopic surgery than after open surgery.

The hospital stay after laparoscopic surgery is shorter than the stay after open surgery. People usually return home the same day or the next day compared to the stay of 2 to 4 days or longer for open surgery.

Recovery is faster after laparoscopic surgery.

After laparoscopic surgery, you will spend less time away from work and other activities (around 7 to 10 days compared to 4 to 6 weeks).


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Hemorrhoidal Piles

Hemorrhoidal disease is one of the most common diseases in humans. More than half of the population has symptoms of hemorrhoids. Millions of people have hemorrhoids (piles). A common patient suffers “in silence” for a long time before consulting a laparoscopic surgeon in Delhi. Currently, there is piles treatment in Delhi that allows quick recovery and with little pain and discomfort.

What are they?

Hemorrhoids are normal anatomical formations. Each individual is born with hemorrhoids. When they become symptomatic, we refer to a patient as a carrier of hemorrhoidal disease.

How often do they have?

More than 60% of the population over the age of 50 will suffer from hemorrhoid symptoms.

What are they for?

Hemorrhoids are important for maintaining “fine” continence. Acting as “anal pads, they ensure a perfect closure of the anal canal.

Why do they generate problems?

Most symptoms are caused by the prolapse (slippage) of the anorectal mucosa in and out of the anal canal. The prolapse of the mucosa and internal hemorrhoids in the anal canal causes sphincter pressure on these structures to determine an alteration of blood flow, which predisposes to “thrombosis” (clots within the blood vessels).

What factors predispose to the appearance of hemorrhoids?

Diarrhea and constipation.

Difficulty evacuation and abuse of laxatives.

Prolonged efforts.

Sedentary life.

Certain sports such as cycling or horse riding.

Pregnancy and childbirth

Circulatory disorders

Alcohol abuse.

Spicy food abuse.

Excess coffee.

What symptoms do they produce?

External hemorrhoids generally do not bleed. They can thrombosis (clots inside the blood vessels) and cause great pain. Although external hemorrhoids can rarely become necrotic and cause a serious complication, most thrombosed hemorrhoids resolve spontaneously. Subsequently, redundant areas of skin may remain (external plicomas). These can cause itching and difficulty in performing a proper toilet.

Symptoms generally include increased local volume and inflammation, pain in relation to defecation or the presence of hemorrhoidal mass and defecatory and / or spontaneous anal bleeding, which may be scarce or lead to chronic anemia. In some patients, severe bleeding may occur.

How is the diagnosis of hemorrhoids made?

The diagnosis is made with a proctological examination performed by a specialist. Although the hemorrhoidal masses are clearly visualized, a rectal endoscopy should be performed to rule out other lesions. The presence of underlying diseases such as inflammatory bowel diseases, tumors or colorectal polyps should always be ruled out.

Can hemorrhoids become cancer?

No. But the same symptoms produced by hemorrhoids can be due to a tumor, or other serious diseases, especially bleeding.

How are piles treatment in Delhi done?

Piles treatment in Vikaspuri, Janakpuri, Dwarka includes:

Over-the-counter corticosteroid creams (for example, cortisone) to help decrease pain and swelling.

Hemorrhoid creams that contain lidocaine to help reduce pain.

Stool softeners help reduce effort and constipation.

Things that can be done to reduce itching include:

Apply witch hazel to the area with cotton spots.

Wear cotton underwear.

Avoid toilet paper with perfumes or colors; use baby wipes instead.

Try not to scratch the area.

Depending on the grade and symptoms, piles treatment in Delhi can be done with hygienic-dietary measures, non-surgical procedures or surgery.

The initial piles treatment in West Delhi, Vikaspuri, Janakpuri, Dwarka consists of conservative measures, such as a diet rich in fiber, fiber supplements, mild laxatives, local hygiene measures, etc. If symptoms persist, it is recommended to perform procedures or surgery according to the degree of hemorrhoids.

Hemorroidopexy with mechanical suture

This is the first method that was an alternative to the removal of hemorrhoids. This method, known as the Longo or PPH technique, involves performing a hemorrhoidopexy. The mucosal prolapse is corrected by removing a part of the rectal canal, replacing the hemorrhoids in the original position. A mechanical self-stapler is used that removes the remaining mucosa and, at the same time, sutures the remainder. Postoperative pain is markedly reduced because there are no open wounds. It is a technique indicated for hemorrhoids of 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade.

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Gastric Bypass Surgery

The intervention of the gastric bypass surgery in Delhi involves reducing the volume of the stomach and modifying the food circuit.

Food does not pass through the stomach and the upper part of the digestive tract, it goes directly into the middle part of the small intestine.

There are 2 types of bypass:

The classic Bypass

The mini Bypass

The mini bypass is a recent evolution of the bypass, its theoretical advantages are:

An easier technical realization, so a shorter intervention, ½ h to 1 hour.

Total reversibility, relatively simple to achieve technically by laparoscopy.

The main disadvantages of the mini bypass seem to be:

Gastroesophageal reflux (this problem should be resolved by using a longer gastric tube).

The weight loss at 1 year seems the same as with the bypass, as the weight loss at 5 years. The results at 10 years are not known.

Very important: the mini bypass has “mini” only its name: its mode of action and its consequences on the body are the same as with the bypass, monitoring and taking vitamins, in the long run, are essential.

The bypass acts by several mechanisms that combine:

A restriction (such as gastroplasty)

Malabsorption: foods are less digested

Dumping Syndrome: (The ingestion of highly sugary foods in large quantities causes a feeling of general malaise and an acceleration of the pulse, these foods must, therefore, be taken in small quantities)

A decrease in the rate of ghrêline, which is the hormone of hunger, which leads to a lack of interest in food (attention: this mechanism of action is not effective on any compulsions).

Advantages & Disadvantages

The bypass is a complex procedure, with a hospital stay of 2 to 4 days on average.

The bypass must lead to a very important weight loss of
the order of 5 kgs per month, during the first 6 months, then a weight loss of 2 to 4 kgs per month.
It is indicated for Body Mass Indexes greater than 45.
According to scientific data, the bypass makes – on average – 70% of excess weight lost in 1 year.

Undernutrition and vitamin deficiencies are not uncommon
Oral supplementation with vitamins and trace elements is essential.
The modification of the alimentary circuit is responsible for the reduction of the digestion of the so-called “fat-soluble” vitamins (vitamins A, D, EK), vitamin B12 and certain nutrients and oligo-elements. These different products must be brought in addition to the diet, in the form of capsules.

The class bypass is difficult to reverse, the mini bypass is relatively easily reversible.

Food comfort is better than gastroplasty
Vomiting is rare.

Dietary habits should be changed
3 meals and possibly 2 snacks.

Sugary snacking is not well tolerated, especially with the conventional bypass
because of ”dumping syndrome”, which is considered a benefit by the operated patients.

Regular monitoring by a multidisciplinary team is mandatory.
3 Blood tests are necessary the first year, then 1 to 2 blood tests a year, to look for vitamin deficiency, anemia, undernutrition.

Hospitalization

THE DAY BEFORE

You are hospitalized around 17 hours if your hospitalization is planned in the morning.

You can eat normally.

You will be fasting from midnight.

D-DAY

If your intervention is scheduled in the afternoon, you can return in the morning, a light breakfast is possible before 8 am.

The procedure requires complete general anesthesia, it is performed by laparoscopy, it lasts 2 to 3 hours.

After the procedure, you will spend a few hours in the recovery room before being taken back to your room.

You will not have a probe in your nose. A small tube (called Redon) is put in place at the end of the procedure, it comes out through a small hole in the abdomen. Redon is used to aspirating secretions and will be removed on D2 or D3.

Pain medications will be administered by the vein.

The evening of the intervention: fasting.

THE DAY AFTER THE INTERVENTION (J1)

You will be able to drink a glass of water after the assessment of the laparoscopic surgeon in Delhi.

Pain medications will be administered by the vein.

A physiotherapist will help you to sit down and make a passive mobilization.

Discharge

You can leave the facility late in the morning, usually D1 or D2 after the procedure.

Your surgeon will give you:

An order of the different medications needed after the procedure.

A prescription for scar care and anticoagulant injections.

A work stoppage of 2 or 3 weeks, depending on your general condition and the arduousness of your professional activity.

A detailed program for the gradual recovery of your diet.

Precaution

The first month

The first month will allow you to get used to your new digestive circuit.
Eat very slowly, because you must not fill the small stomach, which is healing.

After the first month

EAT-IN CALM AT REGULAR HOURS

Split your food intake into three meals (and possibly one or two snacks)

Vary your diet

Eat only small pieces

Chew for a long time, swallow several times

Take the time to enjoy your meal. Remember that digestion begins in your mouth

Drink as little as possible during your meals

When you feel full, stop eating

Watch your teeth

A teaspoon more can make you vomit. You have only a mini stomach, do not forget it.

IF YOU VOMIT

Either you have eaten too much

Either you have eaten too fast

Either you have eaten too many chunks

Either you have not chew enough

Either you swallowed too fast

BETWEEN MEALS

Beware of Dumping Syndrome: ingestion of an unusual amount of sugary products can lead to general discomfort.

Avoid sugary drinks and, in principle, soft drinks.

Drink outside meals often, in small amounts, even without thirst.

Resume regular physical activity, recreation, and endurance.
The simplest regular physical activity is walking: walk at a good pace but at your own pace, ideally 3 times 30 to 40 minutes a week.
A physiotherapist can help you. After the first month, you can resume the sport without any problem.

Observe adequate hours of sleep.

FOLLOW YOUR DOCTOR REGULARLY

In addition to your daily intake of vitamins and trace elements, your doctor will encourage you to optimize your diet in the direction of a better intake of iron and calcium (possibly after a dosage of these elements).

Attention also to possible protein malnutrition. If you do not bring enough protein to your diet, you will lose weight on your muscle mass, while it would be better to lose weight on your fat or water of your body. At worst, you can suffer protein malnutrition, with decreased immune defenses and fatigue, anemia, increased susceptibility to infections. Good luck

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Bariatric Surgery

Obesity is today one of the main concerns of the World Health Organization (WHO). Already considered as a pandemic, overweight and obesity in India have alarming rates, leading the rankings internationally. Every year thousands of people opt to go for bariatric surgery in Delhi to curb obesity. According to the report, 74% of Indians are overweight and 86% are sedentary, while 32% suffer from obesity, and 3% morbidly obese. In the world, 44% of global cases of diabetes, 23% of ischemic heart disease and a significant percentage of certain cancers are attributable to overweight and obesity, ”says bariatric surgeon in Delhi.

Dr. Mohit Jain, who is a famous bariatric surgeon in Delhi, points out that there are three types of patients who are more recurrent in this type of procedure: the obese patient, the obese diabetics, and the patients who have gained weight again after bariatric surgery. He also points out that women are more recurrent patients than men, and that more teenagers and young people are treated every day, although the most frequent range is between forty and fifty years.

What is bariatric surgery?

It is a surgical intervention to treat morbid obesity and obesity disease, understanding obesity as an excessive overweight that puts health and quality of life at risk, corresponding to having a body mass index (BMI) or relationship between weight and height, greater than forty. Obesity is a disease because it has all the properties of the disease. That is, it compromises the health of the organism, and decreases the years and quality of life.

The bariatricsurgery in Delhi is currently the only long-term therapeutic effective means of inducing a satisfactory weight loss and definitive and in the control, or in the resolution, the dell ‘complications obesity.

The goal of bariatric surgery in Delhi is therefore not only the reduction and maintenance of body weight but also the prevention and treatment of complications, and more generally the improvement of the quality of life.

Types of Bariatric Surgeries

Restrictive: This type of procedure changes the size of the stomach to reduce food intake in large quantities, keeping the digestive system functions intact

Malabsorptive: These change the way in which the digestive system carries out its processes, change the path of food, preventing them from passing through a part of the stomach and small intestine that absorb calories.

Within these two types, which can be combined, there are also different techniques to perform the interventions, according to the bariatric surgeon in Delhi. 70% of the people attended the clinic correspond to Gastric Sleeve, while the Bypass adds thirty percent of the care.

Interventions of the Bariatric Surgeon in Delhi:

Sleeve gastrectomy

Gastric bypass

Gastric bandage

Endoscopic intragastric balloon

They are based on the reduction of the gastric volume, which determines an early sense of satiety with a very reduced food intake, which leads to the loss of body weight. These interventions involve a lower physiological impact, since they do not modify the processes of digestion, but result in a lower reduction of overweight.

The Gastric Sleeve is an operation where the volume of the stomach is reduced by 80%, leaving a non-distensible tube, that is to say rigid, which limits the amount of food that is eaten, producing an important weight loss. This technique of bariatric surgery in Delhi has the particularity of eliminating Ghrelin, a hormone that is located in the stomach and that stimulates the appetite. “It is an operation that is associated with a prolonged period in which we have little hunger, which lasts between eight months and one year after the intervention,” says bariatric surgeon in Delhi. This procedure is recommended for cases of obesity of up to fifty kilos of overweight.

On the other hand, the Gastric Bypass is recommended for cases of obesity where overweight exceeds fifty kilos, as well as for diabetic patients, due to their metabolic effects, whether obese or not. The Bypass represents 30% of the care. The intervention consists of dividing the stomach into two parts, leaving a blocked part that does not receive food. In addition, food is less assimilated by a fraction of the stomach, having a mixed, restrictive and malabsorptive effect.

Indications for bariatric surgery in Delhi

Aged between 18 and 65;

Motivated and collaborative patient;

History of the obesity dating back at least 5 years;

Obesity with  BMI  greater than 40 or with a BMI  between 35 and 40 with the presence of complications related to obesity;

Failure of previous non-surgical therapies, correctly followed for at least a year;

Absence of contraindications to surgery.

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