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Pediatric Neurosurgery in India

Pediatric Neurosurgery in India is one of the recent advancement in medical healthcare industry in India. Pediatric Neurosurgery is a sub-specialty of Neurosurgery and requires additional fellowship training after residency to specialize in the care of infants and children. The specialty focuses on the particular problems seen, and sometimes unique to, the pediatric age group. As such, our practice is exclusively dedicated to the care of children with neurosurgical disorders and incorporates a team approach involving many other pediatric specialists including pediatric anesthesia, neuro-radiology, neuro-oncology, plastic surgery, and neurology. Many hospitals in metros like Mumbai, Delhi Chennai and Bangalore in India are providing international quality healthcare services to international patients who are wishing to have their pediatric neurosurgery in India. You can get details here: Treatment Facilities. From this link, you will get details of world class facilities provided to patients for their comfortable treatment in India.

Neurosurgery is the surgical discipline focused on treating those central, peripheral nervous system and spinal column diseases amenable to surgical intervention. The preoperative evaluation for brain and spinal cord tumors involves MRI and interventional neuro radiology. For MRI UVa has an anesthesiology team dedicated to pediatric cases, and employs MR spectroscopy and functional MRI to provide precise pre-op mapping. Dedicated neuro radiologists can provide preoperative tumor embolization when necessary to reduce bleeding during surgery – an important precaution for surgery in infants. Intra operative technology includes the following: Frameless stereotaxy – allows more precise, and less invasive, incisions and craniotomies, Ultrasound – provides real-time information on tumor location, Brain mapping – enables placement of subdural grids and mapping of the brain’s language and motor areas for treatment of tumors in eloquent locations, Awake craniotomy – allows continuous neurological testing to ensure that no new deficits are incurred during the tumor resection, Neuro-physiological monitoring – monitors changes in brain stem, spinal cord and nerve ending signals to alert the surgeon of potential danger before permanent injury can occur and Instrumented spinal fusion – enables spinal surgeons to perform spinal fusions unique to children, where future spinal growth must be accounted for. In UVa’s pediatric intensive care unit children receive postoperative physiological monitoring, pain control and neurological evaluation. In addition, a neurosurgical resident is in-house around the clock and a nurse practitioner is available throughout the entire process, from pre- to post-op.

The Hospitals of Pediatric Neurosurgery in India at Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad and Delhi has been meeting the medical needs of international clients for past fifteen years, with English-speaking, UK and America-trained health professionals on staff. Most of the Hospitals in India are members of the first and largest integrated hospital group in Asia - the Indian hospitals are the only place where patient can get medical care with high comfort. The treatment provided there is of very good standard and is provided to patients at very less cost compared to that of the cost of same treatment in other developed countries. You can see the cost difference between India and other developed countries for different treatment procedures here: Cost Comparison. Today, with world-class facilities, patients from all around the world come to have their pediatric neurosurgery in India. After getting surgical treatment in India many patients also plan their holidays to the exotic tourist destinations in India and medical tourism in India help patients in arranging their complete tour. Fill up an Enquiry Form to contact us for details of getting surgical treatment in India.

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