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Past ,Present and Future of surgery by Dr. Muhammad Saleem Iqbal

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  1. 1. Orientation –Past , Present & Future (History, Evolution & Scope of Surgery)
  2. 2. Welcome! Dr .Muhammad Saleem Iqbal MBBS,FCPS,FACS,FICS Assistant Professor of Surgery Certified Medical Teacher Faisalabad medical university ,Faisalabad
  3. 3. Agenda/Topics to Be Covered • Orientation about surgery • Past of surgery • Present of surgery • Future of surgery • Summary
  4. 4. Surgery & Surgeon ! • Surgery is an invasive technique with the fundamental principle of physical intervention on organs/organ systems/tissues for diagnostic or therapeutic reasons • Surgeon: "a physician who treats diseases, injuries, and deformities by invasive, minimally-invasive, or non-invasive surgical methods, such as using instruments, appliances, or by manual manipulation".
  5. 5. Why do we need to learn history?
  6. 6. DESIRE To know the origin of the subject
  7. 7. WISH To enquire what has gone before
  8. 8. ENTHUSIASM To discover how current knowledge has been derived intrinsic to learning and understanding
  9. 9. In study of some apparently new problems we often make progress by reading work of great men of past CHARLES H. MAYO, 1865- 1939
  10. 10. The patient is the centre of the medical universe around which all our works revolve and towards which all our efforts trend J.B. MURPHY, 1857-1916
  11. 11. Ancient history
  12. 12. The craft of surgery is as old as mankind
  13. 13. • Drainage of abscess • Dressing of wound • Staunching of hemorrhage • Setting of fracture • Trephination of skull • Amputation of limb • Circumcision
  14. 14. Ancient East
  15. 15. SUSHRUTA 5th Advocated dissection of dead bodies, practice of surgery on watermelon,amputation, tonsillectomy,Lithotomy, anal fistulae, rhinoplasty
  16. 16. Ancient Greek and Roman
  17. 17. Separation of medicine from magic History- Examination- Investigation-Rx
  18. 18. Roman Medicine
  19. 19. Roman surgical instruments
  20. 20. Described cardinal signs of inflammation
  21. 21. Figure from an ancient text book of surgery
  22. 22. Works of Leonardo da Vinci
  23. 23. Ambroise Pare- military surgeons . He said, “I treated him; God cured Ambrose Pare( France)--- Father of modern surgery
  24. 24. • Thomas Gale– First ever completesurgical Text book– 1563 • Barber-Surgeons Company was founded in 1540 by Henry VIII • The bodies of fourexecuted criminals were dissected each year in Barber- Surgeon’s Hall
  25. 25. Henry VIII Presents the Barber-Surgeons' Company Charterto the first Master,
  26. 26. • In addition to haircutting, hairdressing, and shaving, barbers performed surgery: neck manipulation; cleansing of earsand scalp; draining/lancing of boils, fistulae, and cysts with wicks; bloodletting and leeching; fire cupping; enemas; and the extraction of teeth.
  27. 27. • John Hunter– apply experimental methods in Surgery
  28. 28. • Astley Cooper– hernia, dislocation, fracture
  29. 29. • Joseph Lister--- Antisepsis—1867
  30. 30. • General Anaesthesia—1846– Nitrous oxide– 1799 . • Inhalation anaesthesia– Ether– 1842– By an American Medical Student.– William Clark– tooth extraction. • Rubber Gloves– William Halstead of Baltimore 1889 • Lister --- Operation theatre– died in 1912. • 1932- First Intravenous anaesthesia
  31. 31. • Theodor Billroth—”The father of Abdominal Surgery” • William Halsted– “Father of Breast Surgery” • First Hepatic Resection– Langenbuch • Mauret--- 1987---- Lap. Cholecystectomy. • Parodi----1991--- Robotic surgery.
  32. 32. Courvoisier. He did extensive work on biliary surgery. He originated his famous Courvoisier’s law.
  33. 33. Andreas Vesalius from Padua, Italy (1514 - 1564) gave the importance of human anatomy in surgery He gave concept of human dissection in learning anatomy and surgery. He wrote anatomy book ‘De Humani Coporis Fabrica Libri’.
  34. 34. John Hunter (Glasgow, England; 1728–1793) an excellent surgeon of that time wrote many books on surgery, war wounds. He had outstanding collections of 13,000 specimens which were present in the Museum of Royal College of surgeons which was destroyed during World War II by Nazi bombing.
  35. 35. Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen (1845–1923) invented X- rays (1895) also called as Roentgen rays as basic diagnostic tool. He got Nobel Prize for the same
  36. 36. Bernard von Langenbeck (German 1810–1887) (Fig. 1-14) did lots of contributions to surgery in technique, precision and instruments. He did first successful cholecystectomy in 1882.
  37. 37. Theodor Billroth (Vienna 1829–1894) (Fig. 1-15) did extensive work in abdominal surgery. Billroth anastomosis after gastrectomy is good old popular method.
  38. 38. William S Halsted (America 1852–1922) (Fig. 1-13) did extensive work on surgeries of breast and hernia.
  39. 39. Allen oldfather Whipple (1881–1963) (Fig. 1-16) did successful pancreaticoduodenectomy for pancreatic cancer in 1935.
  40. 40. Theodor Kocher (Berne; Switzerland, August 25, 1841–1917) He was the first surgeon to get Nobel Prize (1909) He has written Kocher’s textbook of operative surgery in 1892. Many surgical avenues are after his name— Kocher’s vein;Kocher’s forceps (has got tooth in the tip); Kocherisation (duodenal mobilisation); Kocher’s incision (Right subcostal for open cholecystectomy); Kocher’s thyroidectomy incision; Kocher’s test
  41. 41. • Ambrose Pare( France)--- Father of modern surgery • Theodor Billroth—”The father of Abdominal Surgery” • William Halsted– “Father of Breast Surgery” • First Hepatic Resection– Langenbuch • Mauret--- 1987---- Lap. Cholecystectomy.
  42. 42. Commonest Schedule surgery • Cholecystectomy • Mastectomy • Hernia operations • Hysterectomy • Tonsillectomy • Circumcision • Colectomy
  43. 43. Commonest emergency surgery • Repair of perforation of hollow viscus • Appendicectomy • Repair of injury • Intestinal obstruction • Caesarean section • Abscess drainage
  44. 44. Hospital • Comes from the latin word” Hospices” • Hospices means where care is providing • Modern concept of Hospital has been extended--- where diagnosis, treatment, management, planning, training, teaching and also research is ongoing.
  45. 45. Operation theatre
  46. 46. Modular operation theatre
  47. 47. Surgical procedures-- Vanishing? • Vagotomy – Gastrojejunostomy • Gastrorraphy • Nephropaxy • Cholecystostomy • Open prostatectomy • Lumbar sympathectomy • ?????????????
  48. 48. What we have learned? • Surgery started before its conception • Scientific surgery depends on scientific methods • Evolution in surgery is a continuous process ( Roads to success is always under construction) • Scope of surgery is tremendous
  49. 49. What’s my (your) role in surgery? • Learn surgery as much as possible • Practicing surgery best of my level • Continuous contribution in the field • Think always how I can contribute as our ancestor surgeon did for us.
  50. 50. So “Let us start to learn Surgery because it’s the mankind of future people”
  51. 51. • Today, surgery takes a wide variety of forms and is often performed using minimally invasive techniques. This has shortened recovery times, improved outcomes and minimized complications for most patients. • To get a sense of how much surgery has changed, take a look at the timeline of major developments in the field
  52. 52. Birth of modern surgery • 4 major advancements in related disciplines helped the advancement of surgery are: 1. Knowledge of Anatomy 2. 2. Discovery of Anaesthesia 3. 3. Intraoperative haemostasis 4. 4. Concepts of asepsis
  53. 53. Modern Surgery--20th century surgery landmarks • improved understanding of shock • Knowledge of blood group & blood transfusion techniques • Understanding of blood clotting • Development of antibiotics & analgesics • Electrically powered surgical instruments, surgical stapling instruments, surgical glues, tapes etc. • X-rays &scans • Cryogenic super cooled probes • Ultrasonic devices, Medical Lasers ,Heart lung machines, hypothermia, transplantation of organs • Orthopaedics – cementing substances, bone & joint replacements • Microsurgery & Minimally invasive surgery • Vascular imaging, & Angioplasty
  54. 54. The Technological Future of Surgery • The future of surgery offers an amazing cooperation between humans and technology, which could elevate the level of precision and efficiency of surgeries so high we have never seen before
  55. 55. 1-Surgical robotics
  56. 56. 2-Virtual Reality • VR generates an immersive, completely artificial computer- simulated image and environment with real-time interaction. VR has been used for endoscopic training and assessment for more than a decade. One of the earliest platforms was Minimally Invasive Surgical Trainer-Virtual Reality for endoscopic training
  57. 57. 3-Augmented reality- Advancements of Image Processing & Vision in Healthcare • AR is the addition of artificial information to one or more of the senses that allows the user to perform tasks more efficiently. This can be achieved using superimposed images, video or computer generated models. Examples include the AccuVein, a projector- like device that displays a map of the vasculature on the skin surface or Google Glass (GG) which is a head mounted display (HMD) with generated objects superimposed onto real-time images . This technology benefited from a lightweight wearable superimposed viewing screen and high resolution video camera and features similar to that seen on a smartphone such as wireless and cloud accessibility.
  58. 58. 4-Minimally Invasive Surgery • Open cholecystectomy –four port cholecystectomy-three port cholecystectomy-SILS- NOTES • The medical device start- up, Levita aims to refine such procedures with its Magnetic Surgical System. It is an innovative technological platform utilizing magnetic retraction designed to grasp and retract the gallbladder during a laparoscopic surgery
  59. 59. 5-3D Printing and simulations in pre- operative planning and education • In March 2016 in China, a team of experienced doctors decided to build a full-sized model of the heart of a small baby born with a heart defect. Their aim was to pre-plan an extremely complicated surgery on the tiny heart. This was the first time someone used this method in China. The team of medical professionals successfully completed the surgery. • In December 2016, in the United Arab Emirates doctors have used 3D printing technology for the first time to help safely remove a cancerous tumour from a 42-year-old woman’s kidney.
  60. 60. 6-Live diagnostics • With the iKnife, a mass spectrometer analyzes the vaporized smoke to detect the chemicals in the biological sample. This means it can identify whether the tissue is malignant real-time. • The technology is especially useful in detecting cancer in its early stages and thus shifting cancer treatment towards prevention
  61. 61. 7-Artificial Intelligence will team up with surgical robotics • AI such as the deep learning system, will soon be able to diagnose diseases and abnormalities. It will also give surgeons guidance over their – sometimes extremely – difficult surgical decisions.
  62. 62. Thanks • Find me on my Youtube channel

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