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Paul from Ghana came to AMRI Mukundapur for a kidney transplant. He was on haemo-dialysis for a long time. Since the patient already suffered from cardiac problems, before the surgery, he went through a detailed diagnosis by a team of cardiac & anesthetic specialists. Paul was discharged after successful surgery and he has been showing steady recovery in his first and second consultations. Before the transplant, Paul felt his kidneys failing him but under AMRI's expert care and treatment, he feels better and is satisfied with the result.

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By: Paul
Ghana

Pratima Sinha started experiencing nausea and vomiting for 20 days. Her family took her for many consultations but there was no satisfactory result. In an emergency condition, she was admitted to AMRI. Under the supervision of specialists and the compassionate care of the nursing staff, Pratima Sinha soon started feeling better. A rare case of brain tumor was located and operated on by Dr. Nirup Dutta. Post-surgery, the patient was soon released after full recovery.

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By: Pratima Sinha
DHAKURIA

Mrs. Nirmala Tamang went through a kidney transplant and experienced severe bleeding from the kidney surface post-surgery, followed by a cardiac arrest. Mrs. Tamanag was resuscitated and put in the ICU on ventilation. However, a similar situation took place again and her kidney started shutting down. Under Dr. Argha Majumdar's care, her condition improved and she was finally able to get well and return home.

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By: Mrs. Nirmala Tamang
Dhakuria

Mrs. Namwezi Mandevu Esperance, a resident of the Democratic Republic of Congo, suffered a severe leg injury and has undergone unsuccessful surgeries for the past two years. However, the surgeries never brought her remarkable relief. At AMRI Hospitals Bhubaneswar, she has undergone a successful TKR (Total Knee Replacement) procedure under Dr. Sarthak Patnaik, Mrs. Esperance is in the process of recovery now.

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By: Mrs. Namwezi Mandevu
Bhubaneswar

Mr. Satyajit Basu was diagnosed with liver concerns and it was found that he had obesity-related difficulties. He was admitted under the supervision of Dr. Debottam Bandyopadhyay, Consultant Gastroenterologist, and Dr. Mousam De, Interventional Radiologist, and was suggested a procedure called TIPS.

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By: Satyajit Basu
Dhakuria

 

Md Abdul Kader Gazi was diagnosed with major kidney problems. His left kidney was completely damaged and there was a high chance of malignancy. The patient's son-in-law highly recommends Dr. Bastab Ghosh, Urologist, and Senior Uro Cancer Surgeon at AMRI Hospitals Dhakuria, as he is one of the best surgeons and a highly professional doctor. The operation was hundred percent successful and within twenty-four hours the patient was completely fit.

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By: MD Abdul Kader Gazi
Dhakuria

SK Alam was diagnosed with malignant cell cancer in his right kidney. Listen to him describe how Dr. Bastab Ghosh, Urologist, and Senior Uro Cancer Surgeon at AMRI Hospitals Dhakuria boosted his confidence and gifted him a new life.

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By: SK Alam
Bhubaneswar

Ms. Anjali Mohanty, an 11-year-old child was suffering from a critical case of Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), an autoimmune disease with multisystemic involvement Pediatric systemic lupus erythematosus (PSLE) is a rare condition representing approximately 10% of SLE cases. The child was on irregular treatment for the last 1 year and presented to AMRI hospital ED with status epilepticus. She had generalized edema, hypertension, and abnormal breathing pattern with low GCS. The child was intubated and shifted to PICU. Antibiotic, an antiepileptic drug, antihypertensive with strict input/output and vitals monitoring. 2d ECHO revealed global left ventricular hypokinesia with mild LV dysfunction with mild TR/PAH with LVH for which injection MILRINONE and FUROSEMIDE started. Given severe hypoalbuminemia, albumin infusion was given. In methylprednisolone pulse therapy started suspecting active flare-up. Seizure controlled, GCS improved and maintained saturation with minimal settings in ventilation. Nephrology consultation was taken and plasmapheresis 5 cycles with IVIG at the end of each cycle was given. Rituximab was started and continued monthly. The child was extubated and able to initially maintain saturation with oxygen support and then room air. MRI brain was done suggestive of diffuse cerebral atrophy with multiple hemorrhages in the cerebrum and cerebellum with vasculitis possibly PRES. The child was hemodynamically stable with proper treatment and processes, and oral feeds were started and discharged.

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By: Ms. Anjali Mohanty
Bhubaneswar

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