Operation Theatre

Winner Health Care has a huge Operation Theatre Complex consisting of 4 Operation Theatres along with Pre-Op and Recovery Rooms. All of our Theatres are well maintained with highly sophisticated equipment, and infection controlled environment.

We can do wide range of surgeries in our Operation Theatres, including following:
  • Appendectomy
  • Cesarean Section
  • Inguinal Hernia Repair
  • Tonsillectomy
  • Orthopedic Surgery
  • General Surgery
Our Operating rooms are spacious, easy to clean in a cleanroom, and well-lit, with overhead surgical lights, and have viewing screens and monitors. Operating rooms are feature controlled temperature and humidity. Special air handlers filter the air and maintain a slightly elevated pressure. Electricity support has backup systems in case of a black-out. Rooms are supplied with wall suction, oxygen, and possibly other anesthetic gases. Key equipment consists of the operating table and the anesthesia cart. In addition, there are tables to set up instruments. There is storage space for common surgical supplies. There are containers for disposables. Outside the operating room is a dedicated scrubbing area that is used by surgeons, anesthetists, ODPs (Operating Department Practitioners), and nurses prior to surgery.

Several operating rooms are part of the operating suite that forms a distinct section within a health-care facility. Besides the operating rooms and their wash rooms, it contains rooms for personnel to change, wash, and rest, preparation and recovery rooms(s), storage and cleaning facilities, offices, dedicated corridors, and possibly other supportive units.

Surgeon and Assistants' Equipment
Persons in the operating room wear PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) to help prevent germs from infecting the surgical incision. This PPE includes the following:
  • Similar to normal Cleanrooms, germless.
  • A protective cap covering their hair
  • Masks over their lower face, covering their mouths and noses with minimal gaps to prevent inhalation of plume or airborne microbes
  • Shades or glasses over their eyes, including specialized colored glasses for use with different lasers. a fiber-optic headlight may be attached for greater visibility
  • Sterile gloves; usually latex-free due to latex sensitivity which affects some health care workers and patients
  • Long gowns, with the bottom of the gown no closer than six inches to the ground.
  • Protective covers on their shoes