AIOR for Hand & Microvascular Surgery in India :
Microvascular surgery is performed on very small blood vessels, typically 3 to 5 millimeters in diameter, using an operating microscope, specialized surgical instruments, and tiny needles with ultrafine sutures.
Microvascular surgery is used to reattach severed fingers, hands, arms, and another amputated parts to the body. This is done by reconnecting the small blood vessels, thus restoring circulation before the injured tissue begins to die. Microvascular is also used in reconstructive surgery.
The department of hand and microvascular surgery is dedicated to treatment of disorders pertaining to the hand and wrist.
The unit specialises in management of traumatic and non traumatic conditions related to the hand.
urgery of the hand is a new speciality in our country. For the first time in the private sector, The AIOR Hospitals Group has developed a 24 hour state-of-the-art facility for comprehensive care of hand injuries at The National Institute in Hand Surgery, Microsurgery and Plastic Surgery. AIOR Hospitals, is one of the very few dedicated centers for treating hand injuries in the country.
Notable features of this department include:
- A dedicated operating theatre, exclusively for hand and general trauma.
- Fully trained staff round the clock
- Senior consultants available on call
- Latest series of equipment
- Continuity in management on individual basis