|Consultation with a surgeon||$400 - $500|
Asklepios Nord is the largest multidisciplinary hospital in Hamburg. It is included in the biggest medical network in Germany — Asklepios Kliniken.
Pediatrics, neurosurgery, gastroenterology, ophthalmology, maxillofacial surgery are the main specialties at Asklepios Nord.
Asklepios Nord is regularly ranked among TOP hospitals in Germany for dentistry, ophthalmology, proctology.
72,000 patients receive treatment in the hospital annually.
|Consultation with a surgeon||$400 - $500|
|Tumor Marker Blood Test||$300|
|CT of the chest||$1100|
Asklepios Nord was established in 1945. It consists of 22 departments and 6 specialized centers.
The hospital is located 5 km far from Hamburg Airport.
Asklepios Nord is the only hospital in Hamburg that is certified by CERTKOM. Doctors choose an individual treatment option of anesthesia for painless treatment.
Asklepios Nord is listed among top hospitals in Germany for the high-quality treatment of gastrointestinal pathologies, dental and eye diseases, Alzheimer's disease.
ISO is an obligatory certification for all hospitals in the Asklepios Network. The independent commission regularly controls the hospitals' activity to check whether diagnostic and treatment procedures comply with international standards. The commission controls the quality of equipment, drugs, and internal coordination.
Doctors of the Department specialize in diagnostics and surgical treatment of the central and peripheral nervous system.
Neurosurgeons at Asklepios Nord treat such diseases as:
Doctors apply minimally invasive, microsurgical and endoscopic options for surgery.
Minimally invasive interventions are performed through small openings from 0.5 to 6 cm in size (depending on the operated area). As a result, the tissues are minimally damaged, and a patient recovers faster than after open surgery.
Microsurgical operations are carried out under control of special microscopes — there are 2 devices at Asklepios Nord. Due to the multiple zooming of the affected zone, doctors operate precisely and do not damage neighboring healthy tissues.
Endoscopic intervention is an operation using an optical device (an endoscope) which transmits a highly precise image to the monitor. Endoscopic operations on the brain are performed through the nose and mouth, without openings in the skull.
To increase the success of the neurosurgical interventions, doctors use:
A patient before surgery
Patients with diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, liver, gallbladder, and pancreas undergo treatment in the department. Doctors specialize in the treatment of inflammatory diseases of the intestine — Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis.
Doctors perform less traumatic operations using an endoscope or laparoscope.
Surgeries on the pelvic are performed laparoscopically — through several pictures up to 3 cm using an optic device. After a laparoscopy, hardly noticeable scars remain, and recovery goes faster than after open operation.
ЗDoctors treat the intestinal diseases applying the endoscopic technique. The procedure is carried out through the anus with a fine needle and small camera. Due to the absence of incisions, a patient gets well faster, and feels better during the postoperative period compared to traditional or laparoscopic operation.
Doctors perform minimally invasive surgeries to treat such diseases:
The Children's Department is certified by the World Healthcare Organization and UNICEF as "friendly to children".
Doctors treat premature children, infants, and teens up to 18 years old.
The Neuro-Pediatrics Department treat children with epilepsy, brain and spinal cord tumors, Spina Bifida, hydrocephalus, multiple sclerosis.
A team of neurosurgeons, pediatricians, neonatologists, pediatric surgeons, neuroradiologists, orthopedists, and urologists treats little patients.
To treat children, doctors choose safe surgical and anesthetic options to avoid pain and side effects. If possible, doctors conduct sparing surgeries through small incisions up to 1-3 cm in size and natural openings (mouth, nose, anus).
Doctors also treat kids with defects of the abdominal wall, lung diseases, hernias, fistulas.
A patient in the pediatric traumatology
The Ophthalmology Department at Asklepios Nord — the largest one in the Northern Germany.
Doctors specialize in the treatment of: