Department of Surgery
Surgery in Latin ‘Chirurgiae’ or in Greek ‘chirurgical’ meaning “Hand work” It’s a medical speciality that uses operative manual and Instrumental techniques to investigate, treat a pathological condition such as disease or injury to improve bodily functions and appearances. It is considered as an invasive procedure that involves cutting of patients live tissues.
The oldest known surgical texts dates back to Indian Physician Sushruta, The father of Surgery. Who taught and practised surgery in the banks of Ganges around 600 BC, famously know as Sushruta Samahita. Other ancient cultures to have surgery knowledge include Ancient Greek, Huae two in China was first to perform surgery with the aid of Anaesthesia 1600 years before the practice was Adapted by Europeans.
It middle ages surgery was developed in high degree in Islamic world particularly by Abulcasis. Whose Comprehensive medical text shaped European surgical process up until the renaissance. He is often regarded as a father of surgery.
In Europe demand grew for Surgery to formal study and then practice.
By fifteenth century at the latest surgery had split from physics as its own subject and Initially took a form of craft tradition until ROGERIUS SALERNITANUS composed his chirgia, laying the foundation for modern western surgical manuals upto the modern times.
Surgery helps to eliminate the ultimate but not the case. But when this ultimate becomes a foreign matter and behaves as an obstacle to cure. So complete recovery is not possible without removing the obstacle e.g. sequestrum in osteomylitis.
On one hand surgery can play in important role in medicine sine some conditions such as congenital deformities, structural problems, server injure or life threatening pathological conditions are simply not treatable without surgery. Whereas successful surgery does not mean ‘cure’ because the underline pathological process that created the disease then in first place are not removed by it requires Homoeopathic medicines.
Homoeopathic surgery is that form of treatment where the so called surgical cases can be averted, managed, completely or helped in the pre-operative and post-operative stages with homoeopathic medicines only.
This department is equipped with all necessary items as prescribed in the Homoeopathy Central Council (Minimum Standards Requirement of Homoeopathic College and attached Hospital) Regulations 2013.