MBBS (DMC), BCS (Health), FCPS (Surgery)
MBBS, FCPS (Surgery), FICS (USA)
MBBS, MCPS, MS (Surgery)
MBBS, BCS (Health), MCPS, FCPS (Surgery), Training (Laparoscopic Surgery)
MBBS (DMC), BCS (Health), FCPS (Surgery), MASCRS (USA)
MBBS, FCPS (Surgery), MRCS (UK)
MBBS, BCS (Health), FCPS (Surgery), MS (Surgery)
MBBS, BCS (Health), MS (Surgery)
MBBS, FCPS (Surgery)
General Surgery Specialist in Narayanganj
In Narayanganj, you can find numerous public and private hospitals as well as clinics where General Surgery specialists work to perform common surgery such as liver, gallstone, thyroid, breast, etc.
Here, we’re talking about how to identify and select the top General Surgery specialist in Narayanganj, together with their chamber information and phone number.
General Surgery Discussion
Who, exactly, is a “general surgeon”?
25% of all consultant surgeons are general surgeons, who perform a wide variety of surgical procedures, frequently in emergency settings. They work in an immensely difficult but ultimately rewarding field, saving and improving the lives of patients through surgery.
Who are the top five general surgeons in Dhaka?
Dr. Masfique Bhuiyan.
Dr. Mehran Ahmed.
Dr. Quazi Mehranuddin Ahmed.
Dr. Tasnuva Tarannum.
Dr. Faisol Kabir.
What kind of surgery does a general surgeon do most often?
Here is a list of the most common types of general surgery we do:
- Ambulatory stent removal.
- Biopsy of the Breast, Core.
- Open or Lumpectomy Breast Biopsy.
- Cancer of the colon surgery.
- Hemorrhoids (Advanced) (Advanced)
- Cholecystectomy by laparoscopy.
- Colon Removal Through Laparoscopy.
- Laparoscopic Nissen Fundoplication
- Lung Surgery for Laparoscopic Repair of a Ventral Hernia
- Sclerotherapy and Sclerotherapy Guided by Ultrasound
- Surgery on Thyroid
- VINUS Closure
What is Level 5 surgery?
- Procedure that is very invasive.
- More than 1,500 cc of blood was lost.
- Even without anesthesia, the patient is at a critical risk.
- Typical stay in the ICU after surgery, with invasive monitoring.
What is 7D surgery?
For spinal surgeries, the 7D Surgical Machine-vision Image Guided Surgery (MvIGS) system provides surgeons with a high-definition 3D image in just four seconds. In conventional robotic surgery, an X-ray image is obtained at regular intervals, but this eliminates the need for it (fluoroscopy).