His domain of expertise is in Neonatal surgery, Paediatric Thoracic surgery, Paediatric urology, and Paediatric GI Surgeries. He is especially known for his skills in newborn surgery.
Dr. Tomson maintains a keen academic interest and is a frequent speaker at national and international pediatric surgery conferences. He was a National Executive Member of the Indian Association of Pediatric Surgeons (2015-2017), an Executive Member of the Kerala chapter Association of Pediatric Surgeons, and Life member Paediatric Endo Surgeons Group of India (PESI), and member of the Indian Society for Pediatric Urology. As an active IAPS member, Dr. Tomson is involved in facilitating the ongoing assessment, monitoring, and improvement of pediatric surgical clinical and research program processes in the Indian subcontinent.
Dr. Tomson received his MBBS, From Mysore University, Karnataka, and “His Masters” in General surgery (MS) from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka, and “Magister Chirurgiae” (MCh) in Pediatric Surgery, from Trivandrum Medical College, Kerala.
SKILLS AND EXPERTISE
- Highly specialized and skilled in premature infant and neonatal surgical procedures. Expert in management of children with congenital malformations, Intestinal Atresias, Malrotation, Volvulus, abdominal wall defects, and Anorectal malformations. Also trained and skilled in advanced minimally invasive procedures in neonates.
- Special training in operating Paediatric Thoracic surgery cases, which involves surgical repair of tracheoesophageal fistula, congenital diaphragmatic hernia, Thoracoscopy, Bronchoscopy, Lobectomy, tumor mass excision.
- Expertise in the surgical intervention of Pediatric Urology includes Uro-Laparoscopic / Cystoscopic Procedures, periurethral junction obstruction, Vesicoureteral obstruction, ureterocele, Posterior urethral valves, Hypospadias, Exstrophy bladder, etc.
- Pediatric and neonatal GI Surgeries, Intestinal Atresias, Trauma, and General Pediatric surgery, like Orchiopexy, Herniotomy, Circumcision, Appendectomy, and USG-guided saline enema reduction for Acute Intussusception.