18-hour old baby India’s youngest cardiac patient gets open heart surgery

youngest cardiac patient gets open heart surgery in India

A 18-hour old baby got an open-heart surgery in India and according to the cardiac surgeons the baby is now doing well post surgery. The baby, whose name is not disclosed, is considered to be the youngest documented individual to experience this type of complex open heart surgery in India. The baby came from Mathura a town in Uttar Pradesh in came with a cardiac problem called blocked vital complete anomalous pulmonary venous connection (TAPVC). It is a sickness where the blood does not take the normal path from the lungs to the heart and then out of the body. The baby was rushed immediately to Medicure Medical Travels Network Hospital located in New Delhi. According to medical science in...

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Relief from Back-Pain, Herniated Disk issues with Sophisticated Minimal Access Spine Surgery – At Medicure Medical Travels Network Hospital in India

Minimal Access Keyhole Spinal Surgery in Delhi India

Relief from Back-Pain, Herniated Disk issues with Sophisticated Minimal Access Spine Surgery - At Medicure Medical Travels Network Hospital in India There isn't any denying the truth that lower back pain is becoming an issue that is common, as a result of the shifting of life-style that comes in action due to a rise in drop-off and workplace occupation. In a study conducted along with an investigation, about 40 percent of low-back pain instances documented throughout the world are attributed to these work-related factors. Spine Specialists explain that all these back pain instances are due to prolonged working and sitting at workstations in the front of computer screens, individuals often hurt their back when they sit for hours beyond their...

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Ex- South African Cricket Star Hails Advanced Medical Technology At World Class Hospitals In India For Cancer Fight

Ex- South African Cricket Star Hails Advanced Medical Technology At World Class Hospitals In India For Cancer Fight

Cancer-stricken former South-African cricket captain Clive Rice was all praise for the cancer technology and treatment in India for providing him another chance in life. 65, Clive, was identified to be having cancer-associated brain tumor and underwent a cancer treatment in India that was quite successful. When a South-African specialist advised him that he won't be able to live much due to cancer which was was at hand and there is nothing more they can do to help him, he considered medical travel and getting medical treatment in India itself. Clive, who had a bustling cricket career that was highly-rated all through 1980s, stated he was determined that he wouldn't quit on life that readily. "It is practically like being...

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Sleeve gastrectomy surgery in India to the rescue of Iraq’s heaviest man

sleeve gastrectomy surgery in India

Touted as Iraq’s heaviest man, Ali Saddam, weighed 301 kg. Today he says he feels ‘lighter’ after doctors at Medicure Medical Travels partner hospitals BLK Super Speciality Hospital in India conducted a sleeve gastrectomy surgery in India that will enable him to shed up to 151 kg over the coming 12 months. For years, the 43-year-old Ali Saddam used to have a very heavy intake of food due to the bosy requirements. His regular diet on any day included 24 eggs for breakfast, two chickens with 12 chapattis for lunch, and one goat for dinner, along with two litre of milk and 15 kuboos or Arabic bread. Having gained this weight rapidly in past four years, Ali Saddam reached his...

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Empowering Nigerian patients through medical tourism

Empowering Nigerian patients through medical tourism

Medical tourism has a lot of potential in transforming the healthcare scenario in African countries. Nigerian patients have been making use of medical tourism facilities to travel to India for getting treatment on a regular basis. Though this has faced a lot of flak from the medical community due to the foreign exchange loss of upto USD $2 Billion every year. This is the amount that Nigerians are spending in getting treatment abroad. And a majority of them travel to India for treatment. But see medical tourism from this perspective would be not fair. Due to medical tourism a lot of medical tourism companies and hospitals from India have started establishing their medical facilities in Nigeria itself. By doing so...

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