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Neonatal & Pediatric Surgery

Paediatric surgeons are doctors who specialize in treating surgical problems of children. They’re trained to do operations on infants, children, and young adults.
The process of becoming a paediatric surgeon is one of the longest and most difficult in the medical field as they are taught the skill to operate over extreme premature neonate to young adult and these different age groups patient have different physiology and sets of surgical issues.
If your child needs surgery, than give your kids in the hands of someone who are the most specialized, trained, and experienced doctors for the operation.

What Does a Paediatric Surgeon Do?

Children aren’t like adult patients. They can’t always describe what’s going on, so it can be challenging for doctors to communicate with them about medical issues. Depending on their age, they might not even realize what’s happening.

Paediatric surgeons know how to make children feel comfortable and communicate with them. Paediatric surgeons are also involved in diagnosing conditions and in caring for children before and after surgery. They specialize in one of four main types of care:

Prenatal: Paediatric surgeons work with radiologists and obstetrician to spot the problems of the foetus and plan corrective surgeries after birth. Prenatal surgery or better known as fetal therapy is an operation on the foetus, is a newer developing branch that is available at some of the larger medical centers. Fetal therapy have improved the neonatal outcome in many disease.

Neonatal: Neonatal surgery involves the repair of congenital disabilities, or birth defects in newborns.

Trauma: Trauma surgeries happen when a child has a moderate to severe injury such as a fracture, cut, burn, or internal injury. This is one of the main reasons why children get intensive medical care.

Paediatric Oncology: Paediatric oncologists treat children who have cancer or benign (noncancerous) growths. Surgeons are called in picture when the tumour needs surgical debulking or removal.

Reasons to See a Paediatric Surgeon

Children and teens may see a paediatric surgeon for things like:

  • Congenital Malformations like
    • Tracheo-esophgeal fistula
    • Congenital diaphragmatic hernia
    • Neural tube defect
    • Gastrointestinal malformations like Gastroschisis, Omphalocele
    • Necrotizing enterocolitis
    • Congenital pulmonary adenomatoid malformations (CPAMs)
    • Bronchopulmonary sequestration (BPS)
    • Congenital High Airway Obstruction Syndrome (CHAOS)
    • Neck Masses
    • Sacrococcygeal teratoma (SCT)
    • Obstructive uropathy
    • Ovarian masses
  • Tumor or cancer removal
  • Injuries
  • Bowel obstruction
  • Appendicitis
  • Transplants
  • Colonoscopy or endoscopy to look at the digestive tract
  • Bronchoscopy for foreign body removal from wind pipe