Shantiraj Hospital Pvt Ltd Udaipur has a Bariatric, Gastrointestinal, Laparoscopic Surgery department & has an expert team of surgeons who specialize in performing all major Gastrointestinal, Weight loss- Bariatric Surgeries, Intragastric Balloon Procedure, using the latest technologies.
Dr.Sapan Ashok Jain, who heads the department, has 22 years of experience in Laparoscopic, Bariatric, Gastrointestinal Surgeries. Currently performing all advanced laparoscopic surgical procedures, especially Bariatric and upper G.I. surgery. He has achieved his Masters In Surgery from K.E.M. Hospital & Seth GS Medical College, Bombay.
About – Dr. Sapan Jain
Dr. Sapan Jain, son of the founder Dr. Ashok Jain is a well known name in Bariatric and Laparoscopic surgery specially in Udaipur
After completing undergraduate and one-year compulsory rotating Internship from D.Y Patil Medical College and Rajawadi Municipal Hospital, Mumbai, he worked as a Medical Officer for one year in rural Maharashtra, India. His responsibilities included conducting routine O.P.D., organizing health camps, carrying on National Programmes, maternity and child health, Pulse Polio campaigns, etc. After that, he joined the postgraduate course in General Surgery at Seth G.S Medical College & K.E.M. Hospital, Parel Mumbai.
During his three years of the residency period, he had an opportunity to assist and perform basic and complex surgical procedures, both elective and emergency and trauma cases, including Open & Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Gastrectomy, Whipple’s Procedure Hepatic Resection, Hemicolectomies, D.U. Perforation suturing, Resection anastomosis, Splenectomy, Anterior resection, Abdomino-Perineal Resection, Open Prostatectomy surgery, Pyelolithotomy, Thyroid surgeries, Breast surgeries, Embolectomies and Burr Hole surgeries.
After passing his Masters in Surgery at the first attempt, Seth G.S Medical College & K.E.M. Hospital, Parel Mumbai, he did a one-month observership at Tata Memorial Hospital Department of Thoracic and Pediatric Surgery. After that, he joined as an Assistant Surgeon at Haria LG Rotary International Hospital, Vapi, Gujarat, India. During this period, he gained good experience in independently handling emergency and trauma cases and performing various major and minor elective surgeries.
Dr.Sapan had an opportunity to work as a Clinical Attaché in the Colorectal & Laparoscopic Surgery Unit at 600 bedded Multispeciality Hospital at South TynesideN.H.S.S District Hospital, South Shields, and New Castle, Great Britain. He observed the Out-Patient Door’s working pattern during the tenure and assisted major & minor surgical procedures, especially all major Laparoscopic Surgeries and accidents and Emergencies.
After returning from England, He worked as a Clinical Associate in G.I. & Laparoscopy Dept: Bombay Hospital, Indore (Madhya Pradesh), India. During his clinical practice, he continued to hone his Laparoscopic skills by achieving FELLOWSHIPS in Minimal Access Surgery from the Indian Association of Gastrointestinal Endosurgeon’s Society (I.A.G.E.S.) on 15th February 2008, 1st Pace Fellowship award in Bariatric & Metabolic Surgery from LASER- Sri Aurobindo Medical College, Indore, India on 8th April 2012. Fellowship award in Laparoscopic Surgery from AIIMS-Dept: Surgical Disciplines, New Delhi, India on 11th October 2016.
Currently, he is working as dedicated Bariatric, Laparoscopic, Gastrointestinal Surgeon at S.R.H. Bariatrics & Shantiraj Hospitals at Udaipur & at Paras JK Hospital, Udaipur, G.B.H. American Hospital, Udaipur.
Education and Fellowships:
During surgical procedures, a laser (Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation) is utilised to safely cut or burn the afflicted tissue. The laser treatments are more modern and safer than ever before; they leave no scars, are painless, and have fewer consequences.
Laser surgery, also known as laser therapy, is a day-care procedure with a number of benefits over traditional surgery. Laser surgery is done to efficiently cure haemorrhoids, relieve symptoms, and minimise post-operative pain when compared to banding surgery. Individuals with severe anal spasms, external thrombosis, fissure, and sentinel tags, fistula, and varicose veins notice similar benefits because of the ever growing advantages of laser surgery. Some of the advantages are:-
– Less time in the operating room, and release in a few of hours
– In 3-5 days, you’ll be back to normal.
– Surgical accuracy is improved
– Treatment that does not require sutures and leaves no scars
– Because there are no incisions or stitches, the healing time is the quickest.
– Symptoms are relieved quickly
– During surgery, there is less blood loss.
– There was no or very little post-operative pain.
– Infection risk is reduced.
– Rectal stenosis and prolapse are less likely.
– The best methods in terms of aesthetics – this aids the patient in gaining confidence.
– The action of the anal sphincter has been intact (no chances of incontinence faecal leak).
– Rates of recurrence are the lowest.
– Following surgery, there are fewer doctor appointments.
– High rates of success
– There is no requirement for general anaesthesia. This procedure can be performed under local or spinal anaesthetic.
The most common anorectal disorders, including hemorrhoids, anal fissures, fecal incontinence, proctalgia fugax, excessive perineal descent, and pruritus ani. Adults with anorectal illnesses are likely to go undiagnosed and untreated. This is because most adult patients, particularly women, are timid or ashamed to speak with their doctors. Fortunately, these issues can be detected early, thus it’s critical to have signs of anorectal disorders like rectal pain and bleeding thoroughly investigated by a specialist. Other symptoms of anorectal disease include:
– When passing faeces, there is pain or bleeding.
– Inability to sit for long.
– staining of blood
– While passing a motion, strain
– A huge number of women suffer from these issues and seek treatment from female doctors for piles, haemorrhoids, fistulas, and anal fissures.
Dilations in the hemorrhoidal plexuses are caused when there is excessive arterial blood flow and, as a result, congestion in the piles or haemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids, Mulvyadh, or Bavasir are enlarged veins located at the confluence of the rectum and anus.
Fissures in the Anorectal Canal
A minor tear or fracture in the anus lining is known as an anal fissure. When passing hard or big stools, an anal fissure can form, causing pain and bleeding during bowel movements.
An anal fistula is a tiny, infected tube that develops around the anus between the end of the bowel and the skin. An infection in an anal gland that travels to the skin causes the majority of anal fistulas.
Pilonidal cysts are sacs packed with hair and skin debris that occur above the sacrum at the top of the buttocks crease. If the cyst and the underlying skin become infected, a painful abscess can emerge.
Before Surgery: The medical team will explain the procedure to you and provide you with instructions on what to do and what not to do before and after the surgery. You will also be subjected to several pre-operative tests.
During Surgery: A specialist team of anaesthetists, laser proctology surgeons, and other medical personnel perform surgery under local anaesthetic. Surgeons do surgery in a few minutes to an hour, depending on the type of surgery.
After surgery, you may need to stay in the hospital for a few hours or overnight, depending on your condition. Recovery period varies from person to person. In most cases, patients are able to resume normal activities within one or two days