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Dr Maruthesh Gowda C MBBS, MRCS (LONDON), FRCS (LONDON) Consultant Laparoscopic Gastro-intestinal/Bariatric/General Surgeon I (Dr. Maruthesh Gowda) is a Laparoscopic Gastrointestinal Surgeon based in Bangalore, with more than 10 years of training in National Health Service (NHS) in the UK. I completed his M.B.B.S from the JJM Medical College Davangere, India (September 2003). He did […]

Dr Maruthesh Gowda C MBBS, MRCS (LONDON), FRCS (LONDON)

Consultant Laparoscopic Gastro-intestinal/Bariatric/General Surgeon

I (Dr. Maruthesh Gowda) is a Laparoscopic Gastrointestinal Surgeon based in Bangalore, with more than 10 years of training in National Health Service (NHS) in the UK.

I completed his M.B.B.S from the JJM Medical College Davangere, India (September 2003). He did his post-graduate training in UK, during which he obtained MRCS (Edinburg) and FRCS (Edinburgh).

Having worked in the UK for 10 years,  qualities such as prescribing evidenced-based medicine, using a patient-centric approach and providing high-quality are embedded in me.

I am an expert in the fields of colorectal surgery, general surgery, bariatric (weight loss) surgery, laparoscopic surgery, trauma surgery and gastro intestinal cancer surgery.

I have worked with experts in each field, learning from each of them and polishing his skills along the way.

Beyond being a doctor, I have been a keen farmer for the last 3 years, since his return from the UK. We have a farm near Lepakshi, Andhra Pradesh, which has coconut trees and a mango yard and now, we have started growing lemon, neralae, amla and aracanut.

I have learnt new skills such as ploughing the land with a tractor, setting up drip irrigation, trimming mango trees, water conservation and so on. Though the farm is not cerified as organic, we don’t use any chemical fertilisers.

Important lessons have been re-emphasised that, when incorporated in medicine, are a great help. Here are a few examples:

  1. Chemical fertilisers help in the immediate peroid but in the long run, they are harmful. In the same way, medicines should be avoided unless needed.
  2. Pesticides are helpful when used in the early phase and in a fixed dosage per plant. If the amount is low, the disease will take away the plant, while if the amount is high, the plant will not be able to sustain. The same principle can be applied to medicines.
  3. Increasing sand fertility is the only thing that will help in the long run. Similarly, we should increase our body’s strength to fight the disease.
  4. Use the available resources and try to avoid unnecessary instruments/pesticides/nutrients. Similarly, investment in newer technology should be made only when needed as it will increase the overall treatment cost for the patient.

Agricuture helps him spend time in nature and recharge his body. The time spent and afforestation done will help the next generation.

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