The department of Hepato-Pancreatico-Biliary (HPB) Surgery endeavours to offer state-of-the-art evidence-based treatment for the entire spectrum of diseases – benign and malignant – pertaining to the gall bladder liver, pancreas and bile ducts. The department is supported by highly qualified medical gastroenterologists along with a strong diagnostic, therapeutic and interventional endoscopy service.
The department is well-equipped to perform the complete range of operative procedures pertaining to the HPB conditions including minimal access procedures.
The diagnostic and interventional radiology service offers state-of-the-art cross sectional imaging (CT and MRI) with a dedicated abdominal radiologist to aid diagnosis and plan management.
This advent of laparoscopic and minimal access surgery has alleviated post-operative care to a very different level, thereby conceptualising the trend of ‘Day-care Surgery’. The early rehabilitation of patients coupled with other benefits makes it a total win-win situation for patients.
Detailed planning has gone for creating world class infrastructure and procuring cutting-edge technology for our department.
Our high-class modular operation theatres enable us to conduct the most advanced and complicated surgical procedures. Our surgical team is assisted by sophisticated diagnostic services and well equipped Intensive Care units (ICUs) manned with qualified senior consultants to ensure better outcomes. The hospital has dynamic retraction systems for maximum surgical exposure and also advanced equipment for major abdominal surgery including availability of Intra-Operative Ultrasound (IOUS), Use of Cavitron Ultrasonic Aspirator and Dissector (CUSA) for liver parenchymal transaction, Argon Plasma Coagulator (APC) and Harmonic Scalpel.
We are well equipped to perform interventional radiology procedures and have Hybrid OT for complex HPB lesions.
The diagnostic department at Sir H. N. Reliance Foundation Hospital and Research Centre has advanced equipment for CT, MRI providing specialised and dedicated imaging of liver, pancreas and biliary tree.
*For information on our HPB Surgical Oncology department, please click here.