Complex Gastro Surgery Performed by Gastroenterology Team

    Doctors from Medicover Hospitals(Formerly MaxCure) Saves a 12-year Old Boy  Who Accidentally Swallowed a Sharp Pin during Ganesh nimajjanam 2016

    September 17th Hyderabad: A 12-year-old young boy, Uday Goud (patient) from Shadnagar has been saved by doctors at Medicover Hospitals(Formerly MaxCure), Madhapur from a life-threatening situation caused by accidental ingestion of a 3-centimeter sharp pin.

    Uday Goud accidentally ingested a sharp pin during Ganesh Nimajjan. The boy was rushed to Magna Hospital – Shadnagar, where the doctors found (through an X-ray) a sharp pin lodged in the small intestines.

    Explaining the case Dr. M. Asha Subbalakshmi, HoD, Department of Gastroenterology said, “The child was referred to Medicover Hospitals on the same night by Dr. Kumar from Magna Hospital. We did another X-ray and found that the pin was indeed lodged in the small intestines.”

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    Dr. Asha Subbalakshmi decided to remove the pin endoscopically and saved the life of the patient. The surgery was for one and half hour and the pin was removed successfully.

    Elucidating on the case details, Dr. Asha Subbalakshmi explained, “The young boy almost lost his life to this sharp pin as the pin can decorate and rupture his small intestine which can be life-threatening. The small intestine has a narrow lumen compared to the stomach; hence, removal of any sharp foreign object from the small intestine is an extremely complex task that needs lots of skill and expertise.”

    “We urge people to be more careful with such things and appeal to the people to come to us for any of such emergencies,” she added.

    On successful removal of the pin, the boy’s family were delighted. The boy is recovering well and will be discharged in a few days. Such Skillful surgeries are performed at very few hospitals and Medicover Hospitals is proud to be one among them. This case is yet another reminder of the achievements of Medicover Hospitals.

    Dr. Asha Subbalakshmi, Dr. Abhignya from Medicover Hospitals and Dr. Kumar from Magna Hospital – Shadnagar, were also present in the press conference.

    Medicover Hospitals, Madhapur is a 200,000 ft. 200-bed hospital offering the best of doctors, consultants, and infrastructure in a caring and accessible environment. The hospital has the distinction of bringing together renowned names in all the areas of medicine under a single umbrella so that patients don’t have to travel from one hospital to another chasing specialist doctors in various medical disciplines. The hospital boasts of the largest team of all-star super-specialist doctors from all faculties of medicine under one roof supported by high-end technology and infrastructure, 24-hour availability of Cardiologist, Orthopaedician, Gynecologist, Intensivist, Anesthetist, Lap Surgeon, Neuro Surgeon, emergency team, etc., and unparalleled expertise in minimal access and daycare surgeries.

    Medicover Hospital’s infrastructural highlights include 7 Operation Theatres, 1.5 Tesla MRI, EPIC 4D Echo Machine, 128 Slice CT Scanner, Philips Patient Monitoring Systems, CRRT, Video EEG, ENNG, Neuro Microscope with Furmonoscope, Navigation System for Ortho Surgeries, Laminar Air Flow for all OT’S with HEPA Filters, Capsule Endoscope, Video-Assisted Endoscopy & Colonoscopy, Hi-end Endo Sono-Olympus, ERCP, 7 Bed Dialysis including Sled Dialysis, High-end Labour Room with advanced NICU, State-of-the-art HD Laparoscopy Hysteroscopy Unit, Thermal Endometrial Ablation for Gynec Procedures, Full-fledged 85 Bed ICU, ECMO, 2 Philips Clarity Cathlabs, IVUS, OCT, EP Lab with 3D Carto, FFR, Rotablation, Maquet Advanced Heart Lung Machine and Cardiac Output Monitoring Systems. This apart, the facility is also equipped with an advanced central air-conditioning system emitting 85% fresh air.

    Medicover Hospitals group currently operates from two advanced facilities in Hyderabad, at Madhapur and near Secretariat, Nellore, Nizamabad, Karimnagar and Kurnool with many more in the pipeline.