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Cancer Treatment
Who should consider undergoing the surgery?
How long is the length of stay for Cancer Treatment?
How is surgery performed?
What kind of anesthesia is used?
What is the post-surgical care?
What are the common complications?
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Who should consider undergoing the surgery?
Surgery can be done only when a tumor appears to be confined to one area, and also only when the oncologist is sure that the operation will not going to spread cancer to other parts of the body. It often used along with chemotherapy or radiation therapy.
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How long is the length of stay for Cancer Treatment?
Hospital stay and post operative follow up depend on the offended organ and patient's condition.
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How is surgery performed?
The patient has to undergo several investigations to ensure benefit from the surgical procedure.
The patient may also be asked to use a laxative or an enema to make sure the intestines are empty.
For the surgical procedure, it depends on offended organ.
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What kind of anesthesia is used?
Generally applying local or general anesthesia depending on:
  • Organ offended
  • Resection for cure or palliation
  • Patient general condition
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What is the post-surgical care?
Painkiller will be disbursed; in some cases narcotics are allowed.
Throat may be sore for a while from the ET tube. The patient may have a catheter to drain urine, which will be removed soon after surgery.
The patient may also have tubes to drain the fluid collecting at the surgery site for a few days.
The patient will not be allowed to eat until your digestive system recover from anesthesia. Instead, you will be given a clear liquid diet, allowed to walk as soon as possible to prevent blood clots in legs.
Also, doing deep breathing exercises will help fully inflate the lungs and reduces the risk of pneumonia.
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What are the common complications?
  • Bleeding
  • Wound Infection
  • DVT
  • Chest infection,Pneumonia
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Procedure Request:

Please fill the Application Form yourself OR with the help of your treating doctor and e-mail it to medicaltravel@travelchoiceeg.com; Place 'Cancer Treatment Request' into the subject of your e-mail.

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