Directory of services
- Reduce the psychological trauma of children undergoing surgery.
- Ensure a safe, child-friendly “home-away-from-home” environment.
- Strive to gain the trust and confidence of the parents.
- Strive toward improving the already high standards.
- Maintain the application of International guidelines in the practice of pediatric surgery.
- Update surgical techniques/procedures continually.
SCOPE OF SERVICE
All forms of congenital malformations including:
- Tracheo-esophageal fistula.
- Abdominal wall defects.
- Diaphragmatic hernias.
- Imperforate anus.
General Pediatric Surgery
- Hernia and hydrocele.
- Undescended testis (empty scrotum).
- Thyroid and thyroglossal cyst.
General Pediatric Urology / Genital Surgery
- Obstruction between kidney and ureter.
- Anomalies of the implantation of the ureter into the bladder.
- Outlet bladder obstruction.
- Ambiguous genitalia.
- Neurogenic bladder.
- Abdominal masses (tumors of the kidney and urinary tract).
- Tumors of the digestive system.
- Tumors of genital organs.
- Cystic hygromas.
- Cervical masses and fistulas.
- Intestinal obstruction.
- Pyloric hypertrophy.
- Gastro-intestinal bleeding.
Accidents necessitating surgery.
Neonatal Surgery and Prenatal Counseling
After coordination with the obstetrician, prenatal counseling is provided to clarify the medical situation with the parents. Umbilical hernia collaboration with different sub-specialties takes place to ensure a successful, uneventful delivery and management post delivery.
Pediatric Urology and Genital Organs:
- Complicated hypospadias.
- Pelvi-ureteric junction stenosis.
- Neurogenic bladder.
- Pediatric Laparoscopy
Operating theaters at Saad Specialist Hospital are equipped with the latest cutting-edge technology and equipment including all pediatric laparoscopic instruments to perform:
- Congenital malformations such as diaphragmatic hernia, intestinal malrotation.
- Urogenital conditions such as varicocele (boys) and ovarian cysts (girls) or absence of testis.
- Exploratory laparoscopy post abdominal trauma, for undiagnosed abdominal pain, abdominal mass (diagnostic and therapeutic purposes).
- Appendectomy, splenectomy, cholecystectomy in certain cases.