Gynecology and Paediatrics

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Gynaecology

The Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology addresses the healthcare needs of women from their puberty and adolescence, through their pregnancy to menopause and beyond like menstruation, contraception, reproductive disorders and hormonal. Apart from efficient management of routine gynaecological services, the department has established various sub specialities namely Fetal Medicine, Gynaecology under the same roof, thus providing comprehensive care for related issues such as Infertility, Neonatal Care, Depression, Breast Cancer, etc. Well monitored state-of-the-art labour wards with birthing suites, 24 hour Epidural and Anaesthetic Services at par with western standards are available in the department.

Paediatrics

The Department of Paediatrics is a specialised field catering to medical needs of all children, from birth to adolescence. It is dedicated to highest quality patient care and excellence in child healthcare. The department advocates the health of children through innovative medical care, training and academics; it comprises of 19 consultants with a good academic background and in-depth understanding of the specific needs of children. It provides state-of-art primary and specialty care for children. It offers excellent world class care and services for all children and translates emerging technologies into new clinical therapies Paediatrics runs specialty clinics in paediatric endocrinology, haematology, pulmonology, ENT, neurology, dermatology, orthopaedics, thalassaemia, allergy and immunology, oncology, cardiology, lactation consultation, developmental disability clinic, and high risk newborn under renowned specialists in their respective fields. From specialised care for sick and premature babies to routine checkups, our doctors have the expertise and experience to help parents give their children the right start to a healthy life. ntensive Care for paediatric department caters to illnesses and injuries, most of which are life-threatening. They need constant, close monitoring and support in terms of specialists, equipments and medication. Intensive Care at Manipal Hospital includes: • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) – The NICU is one of the largest in India, cares for newborn babies who are ill and require intensive monitoring; look after babies who are stabilised and no longer require intensive care, but still require strict monitoring. It caters to high risk neonates, extremely low birth weight babies and all kinds of neonatal surgical problems. • Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) – Paediatric emergency at Manipal hospital attends to emergency treatments such as coma, shock, cardiac arrest, airway obstruction, infections and seizures (like high BP, fits etc.)

Other Treatments provided include

  • Childbirth
  • Infertility problems
  • Mensuration problems
  • Overian and breast cancers
  • Paediatric endocrinology
  • Paediatric haematology
  • Paediatric pulmonology
  • Paediatric ENT
  • Paediatric neurology
  • Paediatric dermatology
  • Paediatric orthopaedics
  • Paediatric thalassaemia
  • Allergy and immunology
  • Paediatric oncology
  • Paediatric cardiology
  • Lactation consultation
  • Developmental disability clinic

Patient Testimonials

  • Patient was a victim of one of the rarest of rare disease called Moyamaya where the brain does not get adequate blood due to blockage in arteries of the brain. She underwent left and right sided STA-MCA bypass surgery. Extra blood supply was provided to the brain by suturing an artery which supplies the scalp to the artery of the brain using very fine sutures.

  • A 19 year old male from Karachi Pakistan presented with failed decannulation. He was on tracheostomy since Nov 2008, following prolonged intubation for RTA at the age of 14 years. Mri check showed a grade 4 stenosis of trachea which was 4.5cm long from level of subglottis to T2. Laryngotracheoplasty was done in June2009 and No 10 T tube inserted which subsequently got blocked and was removed. He then underwent revision laryngotracheoplasty and stenting in Sept 2012. 3 months later the Ent departmentw as able to successfully remove the stent as the posterior cartilage graft was found to be healed.He required dilatation of the stenotic segment 1 month later. HE was successfully decannulated and discharged with a persistant tracheocutaneous fistula.

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