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Institute of Laparoscopic Surgery

Leparoscopic Surgery Training

GERD

Gastro-esophageal reflux disease can be simply described as an uncomfortable burning sensation in the chest and sometimes upto the throat. GERD occurs when the stomach acid moves backward into the esophagus due to a defect in the lower esophageal sphincter.

 

GERD can be quite bothersome with heartburn, indigestion, difficulty in sleeping at times and sometimes food regurgitation in the mouth.

 

At AyILS, we evaluate the patients complaining of acid reflux/ heartburn and accordingly advise lifestyle modifications or medications. However, we believe that surgery is the best treatment option for patients with persistent symptoms requiring long term medications. Over 90 percent patients have been known to recover completely after GERD surgery

 

Minimally Invasive Surgery has made GERD correction much easier, with tiny incisions, quick recovery, less post-operative pain. The Ayushman team is practicing at Max Super Speciality Hospital, Saket, New Delhi since 2009 and has set up the Max Institute of Minimal Access, Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery. The institute is recognized to be a Global Center of Excellence in Endosurgery today.The Institute has been awarded the “Founder” title and accredited as “International Center of Excellence for Bariatric Surgery (ICE)” by the Surgical Review Corporation (SRC), USA and Center of Excellence in Endohernia Surgery by Asia Pacific Hernia Society. In addition all five consultant surgeons in the team are accredited Surgeons of Excellence by (SRC), USA. The Institute is equipped with state of the art operation theaters and quality equipment that contributes the best industrial practices. Surgical and Anesthesia protocols are in place so that patients reap the benefits of faster recovery, lesser post operative pain and minimal post surgical complication.

 

This page describes in detail:

  • What Is GERD
  • How Is GERD treated
  • GERD Surgery
  • Pre & Post Surgery Instructions