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Appendix surgery at Shubham Hospital

Welcome to Shubham Hospital’s page on Appendix Surgery. Our hospital provides world-class medical facilities and expert surgical care for patients who require Appendix Surgery. In this article, we will discuss what Appendix Surgery is, its symptoms, causes, and diagnosis, along with the treatment options available at Shubham Hospital.

What is Appendix surgery?

Appendix Surgery, also known as Appendectomy, is a surgical procedure that involves the removal of the appendix, a small organ located in the lower right side of the abdomen. The appendix is a part of the digestive system, and its function is not well understood. However, it can become inflamed or infected, leading to a condition known as Appendicitis.

What are the symptoms of Appendicitis?

The symptoms of Appendicitis can include pain in the lower right side of the abdomen, nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, fever, and diarrhea. The pain associated with Appendicitis can become severe and is often accompanied by a feeling of tenderness or swelling in the area.

What causes Appendicitis?

Appendicitis is caused by the inflammation or infection of the appendix, which can occur for a variety of reasons. Some common causes of Appendicitis include the buildup of fecal matter or foreign objects in the appendix, an infection elsewhere in the body, or a blockage in the appendix.

How is Appendicitis diagnosed in Shubham Hospital?

At Shubham Hospital, Appendicitis is diagnosed through a physical examination, medical history review, and diagnostic tests such as blood tests, ultrasound, or CT scan. Our experienced surgeons will assess the severity of the Appendicitis and recommend the appropriate course of treatment.

Our treatments


At Shubham Hospital, we offer laparoscopic surgery as the preferred treatment for Appendicitis. Laparoscopic surgery involves making small incisions in the abdomen and inserting a camera and specialized instruments to remove the appendix. This technique results in less scarring, less pain, and a faster recovery time compared to traditional open surgery.

Our treatments

Medical Grade Chemical Peels use an enzymatic solution to improve and smooth the texture of the skin by removing its damaged outer layers. Doing so helps to reduce acne caused by blocked pores meanwhile smoothing the texture and therefore appearance of the skin. With varying strengths of peel, there is something for almost all skin types.

Spectra Peel is a highly effective laser acne treatment and virtually painless. Its action is two-pronged.

First, it works on your acne deep in that important layer of skin known as the dermis, promoting cell regeneration and reducing inflammation. Then it treats the active acne on the surface by gently eliminating dead skin cells, clearing plugged pores, shrinking oil-producing glands and stimulating new skin growth.

You will likely need to start with six Spectra Peel sessions and then visit us two or three times a year for maintenance sessions.

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) skin treatment is a natural therapy utilising your body’s own blood to promote skin healing. The natural chemicals in PRP generated from your own blood are applied to the face and micro-needled into the skin during a short procedure. Using the healing effects of your body’s own plasma and the essential chemicals provided in the PRP formula allows accelerated promotion of skin rejuvenation, tightening and smoothing where you want it most.

Utilising state of the art gold plated microneedle technology, we are able to deliver heat into the surface of the skin in safe and short time frames. Shorter treatment time means more efficiency and less discomfort for you. By providing uniform heat under the skin dermis, collagen production is stimulated leading to renewed skin growth.

The best pre-treatment for severe cases of acne.

Medi-facials (based on chemical peels) and LED therapy combine to eliminate bacteria that trigger inflammation. This approach also reduces the size of your pores, stabilises oil production and stimulates the growth of healthy cells.

You will see visible results as your troublesome breakouts, congestion and blackheads will clear, improving your overall appearance.

FAQs about Appendix Surgery

The duration of an Appendectomy depends on the severity of the Appendicitis and the surgical technique used. However, most surgeries take between 30 minutes to an hour.

Most patients are discharged on the same day or the following day after laparoscopic surgery. However, if complications arise, you may need to stay in the hospital for a longer period.

Recovery time varies depending on the individual, but most patients can return to normal activities within a few days to a week after surgery.

In conclusion, if you are experiencing symptoms of Appendicitis, Shubham Hospital is the place to be. Our experienced surgeons and state-of-the-art medical facilities ensure that you receive the best possible care and treatment for your condition. Book an appointment with us today to discuss your treatment options.

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