Operation Theatre  (OT)

Operation Theatre (OT)

Deccan Hospital operating theatres is an innovative and forward looking department comprising of two operating theatres, covering a comprehensive range of surgical specialties.

   This department provides excellent surgical facilities for patients 24 hours a day:

The operation Theatres pride themselves on delivering high quality of care in a clean and friendly environment, delivered by teams with a vast range of expertise, for each speciality. All members of the team understand that you may be anxious or nervous prior to an operation and will do all that they can to put the you at ease.


  • General Surgery, includes urology, breast and vascular surgery;
  • Trauma and orthopaedics
  • Oral maxillofacial
  • Ear, nose and throat
  • Ophthalmology
  • Plastic surgery and laser treatment

When the team is ready to begin your surgery, you will be brought down to the operating theatres. Depending on where you have been admitted, this may be from the

  • surgical admissions lounge
  • ward you are staying on
  • day surgery admissions area.

You will be taken into the anaesthetic room where the anaesthetist and anaesthetic assistant will give you your anaesthetic. The length of time this takes and type of anaesthetic you will have will depend on the procedure. This will have already been discussed with you.

You will then be taken into the operating theatre for your operation. Please note that only relatives of children having surgery and overnight intensive recovery patients will be allowed into the main theatre areas. No other visitors are allowed to enter these areas.

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