The gastrointestinal tract is the body’s digestive system. It is composed of several different organs that work in unison to digest and absorb the necessary nutrients before waste is expelled. The esophagus, stomach, pancreas, liver, gall bladder, bile ducts, small and large intestines, and the rectum are the organs that make up the GI tract. When any part of the GI tract starts malfunctioning, problems with digestion, absorption, and many other issues can arise.
HPB & GI Surgery-
For centuries, the liver and biliary tract were regarded as mysterious organs with complex anatomy, an overwhelming number of functions, and extraordinary capability for regeneration. Surgery has played a central role in the advances, much of this due development of modern intensive care units and refinement in therapeutic techniques in its HPB & GI Surgery. Minimally access & robotic surgery has added state of art techniques in management of liver gall bladder and pancreatic tumours.
Ivy hospital is well equipped with modern operating room, laparoscopic & energy devices and world-class intensive care unit to manage critical cases.