EMERGENCY HOSPITAL & TRAUMA CENTER PUNE
Our team of doctors come with an experience of more than a decade and actively involved in major conferences and seminars across the country. We have well trained staff which is ever ready to serve you in times of need.
Trauma surgery is a surgical specialty that treats traumatic injuries, often in an acute situation, using both operational and non-operative care. General surgeons who specialize in trauma surgery typically finish residency training in trauma or surgical critical care. Before the trauma surgeon can assess and treat the patient, the patient must be revived and stabilized first. Polaris Healthcare's trauma team, which ordinarily consists of nurses and other support personnel and expert trauma specialists, ensures the patient is out of trauma as smoothly as possible.
The surgeons who treat orthopaedic trauma in Pune have embraced minimally invasive procedures. Over the past two decades, minimally invasive surgery has been well-known for a number of general surgery procedures because the decreased surgical trauma has led to quicker healing, higher patient satisfaction, and advantageous health economics.
Rapid advancements in implants and surgical methods for minimally invasive osteosynthesis in periarticular, spinal, and pelvic fractures have been made. They exhibit acceptable healing, minimal rates of complications, and positive results. New options are available at trauma clinics in Pune, and computer-assisted navigation and implant placement are especially helpful in complex anatomical areas like the pelvis or spine.
The goal of therapy in minimally invasive orthopaedic surgery is to stabilise the articular surface, length, axis, and rotation by anatomic reconstruction.
Anatomic reconstruction and stability of the articular surface, length, axis, and rotation with minimum soft-tissue damage are the main goals of minimally invasive orthopaedic surgery. Due to recent advancements in technology and methodology, minimally invasive procedures will be the gold standard of therapy in the near future.