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The Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Kailash Deepak Hospital is dedicated to doing everything possible to provide women with the most advanced care available in Delhi-NCR. The hospital caters all challenges being faced both in Gynaecology and Obstetrics for prevention and early detection of disorders. The department is dedicated to the most comprehensive state-of-the-art obstetrical services under one roof. The hard work of our specialists has given an integrated shape to the speciality making it renowned for its high success rates.
Our multidisciplinary team approach helps us extend the best possible care and enhance collaboration between medical specialists throughout the hospital. This is to ensure the patients and their families to have the safest, highest-quality, and most satisfying care possible. Our team appreciates and encourages patients, and their nearer ones, to be active participants in Obstetrics & Gynaecology care and each family to meet their health needs.
Antenatal Care:- Regular antenatal care starting early in pregnancy prevents most medical problems
High-Risk Pregnancy:- Our well-trained obstetricians look after patients with high-risk pregnancies in conjunction with various medical specialities.
Our advanced neonatal care services and state-of-the-art ICU facilities provide essential backups for the best possible care in even the most challenging cases.
Well Women Check-Up Covers Assays for Following Diseases
Gynecology & Obstetrics: Treatments & Services
Kailash Deepak Hospital has its own dedicated unit for Obstetric patients. It consists of multi-bed wards and labor room fully equipped with a round-the-clock monitoring facility and a Neonatal Resuscitation Unit (RNU).
The department is specialized in delivering complete evaluation, assessment, and medical & surgical management of female urinary incontinence, urgency, urge incontinence, recurrent urinary infection, anal incontinence, voiding problems, as well as pelvic floor dysfunction such as Urogenital Prolapse, post-hysterectomy vault Prolapse and sexual dysfunction
Women are also offered a variety of treatments including non-surgical such as pelvic floor exercises, biofeedback, medical management as and when appropriate