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The overall responsibility for trauma care falls under the auspices of general surgery. Some general surgeons obtain advanced training in this field (most commonly surgical critical care) and specialty certification surgical critical care. General surgeons must be able to deal initially with almost any surgical emergency. Often, they are the first port of call to critically ill or gravely injured patients and must perform a variety of procedures to stabilize such patients. such as thoracostomy, cricothyroidotomy, compartment fasciotomies and emergency laparotomy or thoracotomy to stanch bleeding. They are also called upon to staff surgical intensive care units or trauma intensive care units.

All general surgeons are trained in emergency surgery. Bleeding, infections, bowel obstructions and organ perforations are the main problems they deal with. Cholecystectomy, the surgical removal of the gallbladder. is one of the most common surgical procedures done worldwide. This is most often done electively, but the gallbladder can become acutely inflamed and require an emergency operation. Ruptures of the appendix and small bowel obstructions are other common emergencies.


Designation Faculty Name
Professor Dr. Md. Jawed Akther
Professor Dr. Sankalp Dwivedi (DEAN)
Professor Dr. Rajesh G. Gattani
Professor Dr. Imran Ali Mardan Ali Khan
Professor Dr. Tarun Kumar Naik
Associate Professor Dr. Adarsh Trivedi
Associate Professor Dr. Manish Kumar Khare
Associate Professor Dr. SK Khairul Enam
Associate Professor Dr. Vaishali Bhagat
Associate Professor Dr. Manoj Poptani
Assistant Professor Dr. Yatindra Kumar Dewangan
Assistant Professor Dr. Vivek Sharma
Assistant Professor Dr. Akhilesh KumarYadav
Assistant Professor Dr. Rahul Singh Rai
Assistant Professor Dr. Charanjeet Rai
Assistant Professor Dr. Uttam Rawate
Assistant Professor Dr. Kuldeep Sharma
Designation Faculty Name
Senior Resident Dr. Deepak Bansal
Senior Resident Dr. Shruti Yadu
Senior Resident Dr. Vartika Jain
Senior Resident Dr. Sangeeta Sengupta
Senior Resident Dr. Ankur Mishra
Junior Resident Dr. Kshitij Singh Thakur
Junior Resident Dr. Mayank Baghel
Junior Resident Dr. Chirag C. Taunk
Junior Resident Dr. Anu Kumari
Junior Resident Dr. Yogesh Banpuria
Junior Resident Dr. Gaurav Chandrakar
Junior Resident Dr. Suresh Kumar Patel
Junior Resident Dr. Aniket Kumar Sharma
Junior Resident Dr. Fareed Ahmed
Junior Resident Dr. Meenal Singh Rajput
Junior Resident Dr. Shruti Choubey


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Breast surgery:General surgeons perform a majority of all non-cosmetic breast surgery from lumpectomy to mastectomy. especially pertaining to the evaluation and diagnosis, of breast cancer.

Lapamscopic surgery:This is a relatively new specialty dealing with minimal access techniques using cameras and small instruments inserted through 0.3 to 1 cm incisions. Gallbladders, appendices, and colons can all be removed with this technique. Hernias are now repaired mostly laparoscopically. Most bariatric surgery is performed laparoscopically. General surgeons that are trained today are expected to be proficient in laparoscopic procedures.

Vascular surgery:General surgeons can perform vascular surgery if they receive special training and certification in vascular surgery. Otherwise. these procedures are performed by vascular surgery specialists. However, general surgeons are capable of treating minor vascular disorders.

Pediatric Surgery:Pediatric surgery is a subspecialty of general surgery pediatric surgeons do surgery on patients age lower than 18. pediatric surgery is 5-7 years of residencyand a 2-3 year fellowship