Ahmadi hospital surgeons are highly-skilled generalists, each with versatility and special interests in many of the latest surgical techniques and treatments. Our general surgery division covers many conditions and treatments including cancer: Bariatric Surgery, Breast Cancer Surgery, Gastric Cancer Surgery, Surgical Services Section, Hernia Surgery, Lower Gastrointestinal and Colorectal surgery, Pancreas, Liver, Bile Duct, and Gallbladder Surgery, Upper Gastrointestinal and Stomach Surgery
- Minor surgical operations, including circumcisions, are
- Attempts arecurrently being made to meet international standards bycreating a one-day surgery unit. The section has already begun offering aone-day surgery service in which patients undergoing a minor operation
- The Surgery Section, together with the Anesthesia Section, supervises theICU. Scanning for detecting early colon tumors is alsocarried out at thissection, which will shortly begin offering surgical operations to tackle
- Communication with the Ministry of Health hospitals for diagnosis and treatment of surgical cases if needed
- Follow-up surgical cases in different wards to assess the evolution of the cases after conducting operations.
- Emergency surgical disease including trauma, RTA (road traffic accident) Falling, burns Acute abdominal pain and bleeding.
- The new Ahmadi hospital will place for updated surgery including robotic surgery.
What is the robotic surgery?
Advanced robotic systems give doctors greater control and vision during surgery, allowing them to perform safe, less invasive, and precise surgical procedures.
During robotic-assisted surgery, surgeons operate from a console equipped with two master controllers that maneuver four robotic arms. By viewing a high-definition 3-D image on the console, the surgeon is able to see the surgical procedure better than ever before. Computer software takes the place of actual hand movements and can make movements very precise.