Lung Reduction Surgery Conducted in India

An expert surgical team conducted the first lung reduction surgery in India. The recipient of the new, size-reduced lung was a 30-year-old woman named Mrs. Anita Devi, who suffers from scleroderma. The surgery was conducted to treat Mrs. Devi’s scleroderma-related pulmonary fibrosis, but the technique can be applied to a range of other illnesses that require a lung transplant. “I am very much thankful to the doctors at Global Health City for offering me another chance to live my life and to spend time with my family,” said Mrs. Devi in a news release. “When I came here with a failed lung condition, I and my family had very little hope. Now with the successful lung transplant, I am all set...

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School Going Zimbabwe Patient Undergoes Heart Surgery in India

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A young schoolboy from Hwange , Zimbabwe recently successfully underwent a complex heart surgery in India after the community came together and chipped in with funds, was recently given a hero's welcome when he returned back home post medical treatment in India. Hillary, the schoolboy and his mother were in India for 21 days and he was operated on May 21 in an eight-hour long operation that only needed God's intervention at the Artemis Health Institute Gurgaon in the Asian country. The operation involved closing a hole in the boy's heart and enlarging two veins as he also had a problem that affected his blood circulation. According to the doctors the boy was quite lucky to have undergone the heart...

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Doctors perform rare epilepsy surgery in India

Epilepsy surgery in India

Doctors have performed a rare epilepsy surgery in India on a 35 year old patient. Physicians in a private clinic have performed a rare epilepsy surgery in India for the very first time in a town on a 35 year old girl afflicted by epilepsy. The operation took four hours. Epileptologist Anand Diwan and neurosurgeon Milind Vaidya stated that epilepsy, a significant aliment, is ery common in India. The 35 year old mom of 2 was effectively run up on on June 1 at Sahyadri Clinic as well as the physicians stated they're fulfilled by the outcomes along with her improvement. While she's presently on drugs, physicians expect that she is not going to want them in a year's time....

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Pakistani Patient in India Undergoes Successful Complex Heart Surgery

Pakistani Patient in India Undergoes Successful Complex Heart Surgery

A Pakistani patient in India was presented a new life by Indian cardiac surgeons who performed a high-risk heart-surgery on him at Bandra's Asian Heart Institute in Mumbai. 57-yearold Zafar Ahmed Lali, who was more than 125 kilos, had five blood-vessel obstructions as well as a faulty aortic valve -- increasing medical threat to thrice  as much as other individuals. The heart surgery and aortic valve replacement were done on April 18 in India using arterial blood vessels from inside the patient's torso instead of his leg, as-is typical with such processes. Vice Chairman Asian Heart Institute Dr. Ramakanta Panda mentioned, "Even though at AHI, we've done-up to 1 2 grafts in an individual, the obstructions in this patient's situation...

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Medical Tourism gives Iraqi patient in India a new life

Medical Tourism gives Iraqi patient in India a new life

An Iraqi girl experienced a lifesaving surgery in India at Paras Hospitals for the elimination of a malignant cancer tumor development in the neck that destroyed her food tube along with her voice-box, which made it difficult for her to have food and eat anything. Almost a year ago, Saana got a surgical operation in Iraq to get a thyroid-associated issues corrected. But, the operation failed and led to serious issues in her state. She began considering medical travel to India to get herself the treatment and have a shot at life. "The individual situation was so that that whatever she consumed would emerge by way of a lesion in her throat. Yet another round of evaluation, including a biopsy,...

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