Mr Thomas Satyadas
10th January 2020
I was transferred to Manchester Royal Infirmary from another hospital due to complications involved in the removal of my gall bladder and stones, as part of my large and small intestines were in the right side of my chest causing the gall bladder to be misplaced, additionally my liver had flipped, twisted and had become misplaced due to my having a very small diaphragm. During the surgery Mr Satyadas reconstructed my diaphragm and not only reattached my liver to it but also repositioned my intestines to their correct place and removed both my gall bladder and a very large number of stones.
Prior to actual surgery Mr Satyadas took time to talk to myself and my husband on a number of occasions to ensure that we fully understood all the aspects and the many risks involved in the major procedure that was required to correct all of the problems that I had which he had not previously attempted together.
We were given plenty of time to reflect on our decision and no pressure was put on us one way or the other.
The operation lasted approximately 10 hours, after which Mr Satyadas took the time to ring my husband to tell him that all had gone well and that he had been able to do everything that he had explained to us previously.
During my subsequent stay in both HDU and on the ward Mr Satyadas paid a
number of visits to check on me.
Following my discharge he also took the trouble to facetime call me at home to check on my progress.
Mr Satyadas is a most caring, kind, and approachable man who explains things in detail but in an understandable way.
I would have no hesitation in highly recommending Mr Satyadas and his team, I feel so fortunate in having been under his excellent care, he is quite simply both a wonderful skilled surgeon and man.