DEPARTMENT OF Gallbladder Surgery

CENTURY HOSPITAL

CENTURY HOSPITAL

Gallbladder removal is one of the most commonly performed surgical procedures. Gallbladder removal surgery is usually performed with minimally invasive techniques and the medical name for this procedure is “Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy”.


The Century hospital has well qualified doctors team with 23 years experience for doing the gall bladder surgeries in minimal invasive way and restore good health for patient.


Our Hospital procedure for surgery:




  • Ultrasound is most commonly used to find gallstones.

  • In a few more complex cases, other X-ray test such as a CT scan or a gallbladder nuclear medicine scan may be used to evaluate gallbladder disease.

  • Gallstones do not go away on their own. Some can be temporarily managed by making dietary adjustments, such as reducing fat intake. This treatment has a low, short-term and un predictable success rate. Symptoms will eventually continue unless the gallbladder is removed. Treatments to break up or dissolve gallstones are largely unsuccessful.

  • Surgical removal of the gallbladder is the time honored and safest treatment of gallbladder disease.



Required for laparoscopic gall bladder removal:




  • Preoperative preparation includes blood work, medical evaluation, and an EKG depending on your age and medical condition.

  • After your surgeon reviews with you the potential risks and benefits of the operation, you will need to provide written consent for surgery.

  • It is recommended that you shower the night before or morning of the operation.

  •  After midnight the night before the operation, you should not eat or drink anything. You may take medications that your surgeon has told you are permissible to take with a sip of water the morning of surgery.

  •  Drugs such as blood thinners, anti-inflammatory medications (arthritis medications) and Vitamin E may need to be stopped temporarily for several days to a week prior to surgery.

  • Quit smoking and arrange for any help you may need at home.

  •  Do not shave your abdomen before surgery.






Dr. Venugopal Kaukuntla


FRCS  (UK)





Consultant Laparoscopic Surgeon





Specialist in Gallbladder Surgery 





Managing Director  



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