Department Of Paediatrics Surgery

Pediatric Surgery at Paramount Hospital Hospital provides comprehensive care to infants, children, adolescents and young adults with surgical problems.

Main units of Paediatrics Surgery

Outpatient Clinic

Outdoor facility for consultation, diagnostics and investigations.

Conservative care unit

Critical and standered in-house care facilities for quality conservation treatment.

Operation Theatre -

A seperate complex with 4 major OTs & 1 minor OT.

Assets of Paediatrics Surgery

Common disorders associated

Procedures performed:

  • Appendectomy – when the appendix becomes infected or it is painful due to inflammation, it may need to be removed.

  • Biliary atresia – this surgical procedure corrects a congenital birth defect where the bile produced by the liver cannot be emptied properly.

  • Various cancer treatments – there are a number of childhood cancers that a pediatric surgeon may be required to treat, which can include cancers of the liver, abdomen, kidneys or pancreas.

  • Congenital defects – there are numerous congenital defects that may impact the ability of a child to thrive.

  • Gallbladder surgery – the gallbladder may become infected due to a virus, formation of a stone or another medical condition.

  • Gastroschisis – this defect causes the intestines and stomach to fall from the body through a hole in the infant’s abdomen.


  • Bowed chest – this occurs when a child’s breast bone and ribs grow disproportionately and may require surgical intervention if braces and other forms of treatment do not correct the issue.

  • Reproductive defects – if a child has suffered from a congenital defect of the genitals, surgical intervention may be required to remove tumors and cysts or to correct dysfunction of the organs.

  • Removal of the spleen – it is possible for a child to need to undergo a splenectomy if suffering from certain disorders of the blood or if he or she has suffered a traumatic injury.

  • Bariatric surgery – a treatment for childhood obesity where a balloon is inserted into the esophagus to narrow the opening and reduce appetite.

  • Removal of diseased intestines – some birth defects result in the inflammation of the bowel followed by tissue death.

  • Hernia surgery – if a child is born with a hole in the groin that does not close on its own, the surgeon may need to perform a surgical procedure in order to prevent the intestines from falling through this opening.

  • GERD treatment – also referred to as acid reflux, GERD often occurs when stomach acid is able to flow back up the esophagus.

  • Abnormal pathways – when a child’s trachea or esophagus is malformed, it can result in respiratory or digestive problems.

  • Imperforate anus – if a child is born without an opening in the anus, or when the opening is in the wrong location, a surgical procedure is required to allow waste to be eliminated through the bowel.

Specialist of Paediatrics Surgery

Dr. Manish Madhav

MS, Mch
Personal Info – 

Dr. Vivek Sarkar

Personal Info – 

Related Department

Scroll to Top