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Know All About Getting Kidney Transplant Surgery in India

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Kidney transplant surgeries have now become fairly common and the technology has also advanced by leaps and bounds. But before you opt for kidney transplant surgery in India some basic points should be kept in mind. Being aware if these points will not only help in a far smoother experience and will also help prospective kidney transplant patients to understand how the kidney transplant surgery in India work. The first question that strikes any kidney patient or their relatives is that kidney can be arranged in India. The is a total myth. FACT: Kidney Transplant Surgery in India requires that the donor who is donating his/her kidney should be related to the patient. A blood relation needs to be established. Some...

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6 Point Checklist Before You Proceed For Medical Treatment in India

6 Point Checklist Before You Proceed For Medical Treatment in India

The bags are packed and you are going to get medical treatment in India. By choosing India as your medical tourism destination you have made a sensible, smart choice. Not only is India the leading medical tourism destination but also the cheapest destination in terms of cost of treatment. With liberalized and faster medical visa processing India's welcomes international patients from across the globe. We put here a 5 point check-list that you must  be aware of before you proceed to India for medical treatment. Not only will this ensure a smooth hassle free medical tour but will also save you the last minute tension.  REGISTRATION ADVISORY : On arrival, the patient and attendants would need to register with the...

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First Successful Split Liver Transplant Surgery in India

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The first split liver transplant surgery in India was performed at a city hospital in New Delhi. The split liver transplant was performed on two patients who had advanced liver disease. Numerous living related donor were tested for the patients but were found to be unsuitable for liver transplant. This is the first case of split liver transplant in Delhi and the second such case in India. A split liver transplant surgery is unique in every aspect. A split liver transplant surgery is done in which a part of the liver is used for adult liver transplant surgery and the other part is used for child liver transplant. But the uniqueness in this case was that the split liver transplant...

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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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