Best in Trauma Surgery
A trauma system is a model of care designed to care for patients with multiple serious injuries that could result in death or serious disability, including head injuries, life-threatening wounds and multiple fractures. Our trauma center is set up to provide this specialised care,which operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week
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Once patients arrive at the trauma centre, they will undergo a focused assessment by our specialist trauma team trained to deal with these types of injuries.
In life-threatening situations, the doctors and nurses from the trauma team will do what is required to save a person’s life. If the patient is unable to give consent because they are incapacitated, treatment will still be carried out. Trauma patient are evaluated, resuscitated, and receive definitive care from an outstanding team of surgeons, emergency physicians, nurses, and other personnel.
Our dedication to superior trauma care is critical to the health of Anand City. We know trauma is the leading cause of death for those under the age of 44 (source: CDC). That is why we have committed more resources than any other local hospital to saving the lives of trauma victims.
Our experts in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery treat a range of trauma related conditions, including:
Fractures of the:
- Distal humerus
- Distal radius
- Hip socket
- Femoral neck
- Tibia plateau
- Tibia shaft
- Tibia pilon
The spectrum of cases treated ranges from patients with a single fracture to those suffering from multiple, life-threatening musculoskeletal injuries. Due to the nature of trauma cases, our orthopaedists share strong working relationships with the departments of Plastic Surgery, Neurosurgery, and Vascular Surgery. State-of-the-art techniques are used in the treatment of associated injuries to nerves and blood vessels and incidents involving soft tissue loss. Additionally, significant attention is given to comprehensive evaluation and care of geriatric patients with hip fractures, as well as coordinated care of patients with all types of fractures. Late reconstructive procedures are commonly performed on such conditions as nonunions, malunions, and osteomyelitis.