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PostPosted: Tue Aug 30, 2016 10:47 am 
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Medical education programme on “Emergency and Intensive Care” at Appollo Speciality Hospitals,Trichy


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Healthy:Mary Lilly, Dean, KAPV Medical College, speaking at continuing medical education programme in Tiruchi on Sunday.— Photo: B. Velankanni Raj

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Stressing the need for improving emergency care, S. Marry Lilly, Dean, K.A.P. Viswanatham Government Medical College, Tiruchi, said that the healthcare providers should come forward to create all necessary facilities in the emergency room.

Speaking at a national-level continuing medical education programme on “Emergency and Intensive Care, EMICON 2016, organised by the Apollo Hospitals here on Sunday, she said that the emergency room was one of the most important part of a hospital and could not be neglected. It is time to enhance the service and focus on all areas of emergency care.

Ms. Lilly said that newer techniques and advancements in the Emergency and Critical Care have helped provide quality care to patients. The hospitals should take effective steps to set up excellent Emergency and Critical Care units.

Rohini Sridhar, Chief Operating Officer, Apollo Hospitals, Madurai Division, said emergency care in the country had been neglected for long and thousands of patients had been denied emergency care due to insufficient or outdated facilities. Stressing the need for the GPS enabled ambulance service, she said it was alarming to note that accidents were the single largest killer in the country. Many lives could be saved if preliminary medical aid was provided soon after the accident. GPS enabled ambulance services would reduce the mortality and morbidity rate by providing medical assistance to accident victims during the golden hour.

The care given to the victim during the golden hour could make the difference between life and death. The need of the hour was to set up uniform system of emergency care across the country involving all the players in the healthcare sector. The Apollo Hospitals would continue to hold Continuing Medical Education (CME) programmes to update the stakeholders on recent trends in health care.

M.S. Ashraf, senior consultant physician, Ayesha Hospitals, Tiruchi, M. Chenniapan, senior consultant cardiologist, and R. Shanthi, Assistant Director, Medical Services, Apollo Specialty Hospitals, Tiruchi, spoke.



source: http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-tamilnadu/focus-on-all-areas-of-emergency-care/article9044953.ece



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Dr.Agarwals Eye Hospital Opened at Trichy


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Eye hospital opens branch

Dr. Agarwal’s Eye Hospital opened its branch at Trichy on Sunday. Shriya Saran, film actor, inaugurated the hospital on Shastri Road. Amar Agarwal, Chairman and Managing Director, Dr. Agarwal’s group of eye hospitals, said the new hospital said the group was looking at expanding the services from the current 50 hospitals to 150 in the next three years.

Earlier, Ms. Shriya flagged off a rally to create awareness of eye donation.

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Tiruchi GH performs rare nostril surgery

Doctors at Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Government Hospital (MGMGH) attached to K.A.P. Viswanatham Government Medical College have performed a rare supernumerary nostril surgery on a 10-year-old girl.

The girl, belonging to a village in Karur district, was born with an extra nostril, a congenital abnormality. As she grew up, this extra nostril also grew. The girl did not find difficulty in breathing and other normal nostril functions. But, there were instances when she was teased by school mates and villagers, forcing her parents, farm labourers, to seek a medical opinion.

She was admitted to Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Government Hospital after being referred by Government Hospital in Karur a few weeks ago.

After a few days of observation, a team of doctors from the Paediatric Surgery Department led by head D. Baskaran performed the three-hour surgery with a surgical and anaesthetic team. Mary Lilly, Dean, KAP Viswanatham Medical College, told The Hindu that it was the first such surgery performed in the hospital. Dr. Baskaran said that the functional outcome of the surgery was good and the cosmetic result also satisfactory. The shape of nose had also become normal. The surgery marks would slowly disappear, he said.

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Cethar Hospital did its 14th Liver Transplant Yesterday

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Vital organs of a brain dead 12-year-old S. Avinash from Kottar in Nagercoil were harvested at a hospital in the city on Thursday to give a new lease of life to six patients in Chennai and Tiruchi.

Since ambulances had already arrived from Madurai and Tiruchi, the liver, a kidney and a cornea were taken by road.

The liver of Avinash was used for a 32-year-old woman with end-stage liver disease awaiting a transplant in Tiruchi.

A team of doctors from Cethar Hospital, Tiruchi, went to the hospital in Tirunelveli to harvest the organ. After harvesting the organ, the team left Tirunelveli by 2.30 p.m. and reached here in three hours thanks to the support provided by the police in creating a green corridor. The liver transplant is currently underway at our hospital,” said S.P. Karthick, managing director, Cethar Hospital.



source: http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/tamil-nadu/12yearold-boys-vital-organs-harvested-six-get-new-lease-of-life/article9034208.ece


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Kauvery Hospital,Trichy Re-attaches a Patient's Severed Hands


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In a complex surgery, doctors of Kauvery Medical Centre have performed a hand replacement surgery to a 43-year-old carpenter Panneerselvam, whose hand was chopped off.

He was brought to Kauvery Hospital in Cantonment with his hand chopped off at the wrist in an incident of crime. He was immediately operated upon by a group of doctors attached to Kauvery Hospital Hand Injury and Micro Surgical Unit.

The hand was subsequently reattached along with the tendons, bones, nerve and blood vessels after eight hours of surgery.


In a press briefing, S. Skanda of Hand Injury and Micro Surgical Unit said that almost two months had passed since the completion of surgery.

The patient had recovered well. It was the third surgery within a span of about one year.



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sources: http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Tiruchirapalli/tiruchi-hospital-performs-hand-replacement-surgery/article9014051.ece , IE and Times of India


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Neuro One-----Exclusive 240 Bedded Neurological Hospital to open soon at Melachintamani



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International Medical Tourism Growth in Trichy



So Far, International Medical Tourism has grown to the following Hospitals in Trichy in various Fields attracting Foriegn Patients from Various Countries

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1) Kauvery Speciality Hospitals,Cantonment---Having Stem Cell Colaboration Center with Japan


2) Royal Pearl Hospitals, Thillai nagar


3) Cethar Multi-Speciality Hospitals ,Thillai Nagar


4) Vasan Eye Care, Annamalai Nagar----Iris Transplant-


5) Stem Cell Theraphy from Mothercell Regenerative Center


6) Appollo Speciality Hospitals, Palpannai



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All are based on Official Stats


Also, Appollo is in Search of Land to Build another Super-Speciality Hospital in Trichy and another Hospital for Heart just like Kauvery Hearcity

If Trichy Gets more International Flights , we can expect a Huge Surge in International Medical Tourism :)

International Medical Tourism and General Medical Tourism in Trichy will attain complete Nirwana if AIIMS Comes to Trichy

Will it come????----Only a miracle can make it possible


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