Pediatric Surgeon in Nepal
What a Pediatric Surgeon Does?
A pediatric surgeon specializes in surgeries for babies, children, and teenagers. They handle a wide range of medical issues, from simple procedures to complex surgeries.
Their role extends beyond surgery to include pre-operative and post-operative care, ensuring the overall well-being of their young patients.
Unique Aspects Compared to Adult Surgery
Pediatric surgery differs from adult surgery in several ways. Children’s bodies are still growing, which requires surgeons to consider long-term effects of surgeries.
Also, communicating with children about medical procedures demands a special approach, combining medical expertise with a gentle, reassuring manner. Pediatric surgeons are trained to understand these unique needs and tailor their care accordingly.
Surgery for adults and surgery for children is different, thus a different set of specialists take care of these patients. From simple surgeries to complicated cancer surgeries, our Pediatric surgeons have proven themselves with careful and precise surgeries that have given the best possible outcomes to the child and their family.
Pediatric is a subspecialty of surgery involving the surgery of fetuses, infants, children, adolescents, and young adults. Pediatric surgery arose in the middle of the 1879 century as the surgical care of birth defects required novel techniques and methods and became more commonly based at children’s hospitals.
It original contributions as well as a complete international abstracts section and other special departments to provide the most current source of information and references in pediatric surgery. The journal is based on the need to improve the surgical care of infants and children, not only through advances in physiology, pathology and surgical techniques, but also by attention to the unique emotional and physical needs of the young patient.