General Surgery

A wide range of health issues can today be treated through surgery - the act of opening up the body to either remove or insert an object. While traditional surgical methods involved creating a large cut, modern techniques include something called “keyhole surgery” where a small incision is made. Not only does this reduce scarring, but it also increases recovery time.

General surgery is performed across a wide range of body parts, and includes both highly specialised operations as well as more generic ones. It is a well-known and popular solution to many health conditions, which is why Mediglobe has over 300+ hospitals offering world-class surgical solutions. That way, we can take care of all your issues, no matter what they are.

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Gastrointestinal Robotic Surgery

Gastrointestinal Robotic Surgery is a minimally invasive surgical technique that utilizes robotic arms and advanced imaging technologies to perform surgeries on the digestive system. This type of surgery can be used to treat various conditions such as colon cancer, diverticulitis, and inflammatory bowel disease. It offers several benefits over traditional open surgeries, such as smaller incisions, less pain, and shorter hospital stays. Gastrointestinal Robotic Surgery is a safe and effective option for patients seeking surgical treatment for their gastrointestinal conditions.


A biopsy is a medical procedure that involves the removal of a small sample of tissue or cells from the body for examination under a microscope. It is typically performed to diagnose or rule out various medical conditions such as cancer, infections, or inflammatory diseases. Biopsies can be done on different parts of the body, including the skin, organs, and bones. Depending on the type of biopsy, it may be performed using a needle or through a small incision.

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Lung Surgery

Lung surgery is a medical procedure performed to address various conditions related to the lungs. The surgery may involve removing a small section or an entire lung, depending on the extent of the damage or disease. Common reasons for lung surgery include lung cancer, pneumonia, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and pulmonary embolism. The procedure is often performed by a specialized thoracic surgeon and may require hospitalization for several days. In some cases, minimally invasive techniques such as video-assisted thoracic surgery (VATS) or robotic-assisted surgery may be used to minimize the recovery time and discomfort for the patient.

VNUS Closure

VNUS Closure, also known as radiofrequency ablation, is a minimally invasive procedure that is used to treat venous reflux disease. During the procedure, a catheter is inserted into the affected vein, and a radiofrequency generator is used to heat and seal the vein. This causes the vein to collapse and be reabsorbed by the body. VNUS Closure is an outpatient procedure that typically takes less than an hour, and patients can resume their normal activities within a day or two. The procedure has a high success rate and is an excellent option for those seeking treatment for varicose veins.


Trauma surgery

Trauma surgery is a specialized field of surgery that deals with treating injuries caused by accidents or other traumatic events. This type of surgery is typically performed in emergency situations and requires a high level of skill and expertise to quickly and effectively address the patient’s needs. Trauma surgeons are trained to handle a wide range of injuries, from minor cuts and bruises to more serious injuries that require immediate surgical intervention.

Cardiothoracic Surgery

Cardiothoracic surgery is a specialized field of surgery that involves operating on organs located in the chest, such as the heart, lungs, and major blood vessels. This type of surgery is often used to treat a range of complex conditions, including heart disease, lung cancer, and congenital heart defects. Cardiothoracic surgery requires extensive training and expertise, as well as access to advanced surgical equipment and techniques.


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