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- Upper GI surgery
One of the leading Consultant UpperGI and Bariatric Surgeon in the Greater Manchester for last 13years.
Based at Salford Royal Hospital which the Centre for Upper GI and Bariatric Surgery in Greater Manchester.
It is only recognised centre in Greater Manchester for obesity and metabolic surgery. It is also the 4th largest centre in the country for oesophago-gastric cancer surgery. Salford Royal is probably the safest hospital in the country because of excellent outcome and low mortality. Over the years I have many presentations in both National and International conferences such International federation for Obesity, International Gastric Cancer congress, European association of Endoscopic Surgeons, International society for Diseases of Oesophagus, Associations of UpperGI surgeons, Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland and association of Laparoscopic Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland.
Have performed more than 1000 gall bladder surgery without any bile duct injury and negligible complications.
Leading surgery for Hiatus hernia and Gastro-oesophageal Reflux disease in the Northwest.
Leading Bariatric Surgeon in the Northwest.
Areas of interest
Surgery for obesity;
Laparoscopic repair of hiatus hernia;
Laparoscopic fundoplication for gastro-oesphageal reflux disease;
Laparoscopic and open repair of inguinal, umbilical and other incisional hernias;
Laparoscopic gastric cancer surgery;
Oesophageal cancer surgery;
Upper GI and lower GI endoscopy
- Diane Slattery
- BMI Healthcare Highfield Hospital Manchester Road ROCHDALE OL11 4LZ
- 01706 766665
Anaesthetists worked with
- Dr Muntimadugu Mastan Fee Assured
Best Poster presentation at IFSO 2012
Second prize for Best Video Presentation at ASGBI 2011
English, Hindi, Oriya and Telugu
Articles in BIDA Journal on Obesity and Diabetes, Surgery for Gastro-oesophageal Reflux
Courses offered to GPs
Surgery for Obesity and Diabetes
Role of surgery in Gastro-oesophageal Reflux
Readmission rate less than 1%
Post-operative infection rate 2%
- MS, FRCS, FRCS(GEN SURG) Royal college of Physicians and Surgeons, Glasgow 2003
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