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PostPosted: Mon Feb 22, 2016 11:46 am 
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Some More New Advanced Machinaries and Equipments to be Placed at Govt Super-Speciality Hospital at Puthur attached to KAPV Medical College

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1) Quotations for Procurement of Monocular Microscope, Binocular Microscope, Trinocular Microscope and Fully Automated ESR Analyzer to Dept. of Pathologyto Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Govt. Hospital, Tiruchi


2) Quotations for Procurement of Pressure Garments Grippon Arm leg to Dept. of Plastic Surgery and Cytospin to Dept. of Pathology to Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Govt. Hospital, Tiruchi

3) Quotations for Procurement of Cleft lip and Palate set, Rhinoplasty set, Skin graft masher, Electrical Dermatome, Cold light source fiber optic connection and Vacuum assisted to Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Govt. Hospital, Tiruchi

4) Quotations For Procurement Of Video Laryngoscope, Proseal LMA Size 3, 4 6 Nos. Each And Arterial Blood Gas Analyzerto Dept. Of Pediatric To Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Govt.Hospital, Tiruchi

5) Quotations For Procurement Of Online Fluid Warmer, Neonatal Infant Warmer, Syringe Infusion Pump With PCA Mode To Dept. Of Pediatric To Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Govt. Hospital,

6) Quotations for Procurement of Fiber Optic Bronchoscope to Dept. of Thoracic Medicine to Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Govt. Hospital, Tiruchirapalli

7) Quotations for procurement of elisa plate washer, elisa plate reader, electrophoresis apparatus with power supply for paper page agarose, fully automated capillary electrophoresis system and centrifuge with 16 buckets to dept. of biochemistry to mahatma gandhi memorial govt. hospital, tiruchirapalli.

8) Quotations for procurement of gel electrophoresis apparatus with densitometer and power pack to dept. of biochemistry to mahatma gandhi memorial govt. hospital, tiruchirapalli

9) Tender for supply and installation of infusion pump, transport ventilator, eto sterilizer, icu ventilator, cryostat and tissue processor to kap viswanathan govt. medical college, tiruchirapalli.



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Finally, Super-Speciality GH at Puthur is getting the much needed advanced Equipments/Facilities-----It should have come in place atleast 2 years back


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 20, 2016 11:07 pm 
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Cethar Multi-Speciality Hospitals----Pioneer in attracting International Medical Tourism---Has done 9 Liver Transplants so far as per official Govt Data


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GVN Multi-Speciality Hospital ties up with CBCC,California,USA for High-End Cancer Care Treatment in Trichy



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PostPosted: Sat Feb 13, 2016 9:43 am 
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ilovetrichy wrote:
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Medical Tourism is on the rise at Trichy---Cethar, Kauvery,Appollo, Royal Pearl Hospitals attract lot of International Patients

SG and CG should take some special Incentives and Steps to increase this further

My suggestion is to allow permission for all kind of Rare Transplants and Surgeries at Trichy itself instead of going to Chennai ----SG should issue license for this :)

Meanwhile, I am preparing a separate statistics on Transplants done in TN till date from the Official Govt Data---Will post soon----Initial Statistis reveal that Trichy has done so far 91 Transplants in 5 Hospitals till date and leading in South Zone of TN :)



Here is another one from Royal Pearl Hospital


Tiruchi surgeons treat Pakistan national for pituitary tumour

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T.N. Janakiraman with Pakistani national Bakhtiyar Khan, who was operated upon for a pituitary tumour at the Royal Pearl Hospital and Research Institute, in Tiruchi. Patient's brother Sardar Khan is with them.— PHOTO: B. VELANKANNI RAJ

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The patient had discovered his condition by chance in Quetta last year

A team of city-based surgeons has performed a sophisticated surgery on a young Pakistani national to remove a pituitary tumour.

Bakhtiyar Khan, a 30-year-old Pakistani national from the Talli village in Sibi, Balochistan, underwent the surgery here a few days ago.

The surgery was performed by Dr. T.N. Janakiraman, skull base surgeon and managing director, Royal Pearl Hospital and Research Institute, Dr. Uday Chanukya, Dr. Prayatna Kumar, skull base surgeons, and Dr. Balamurugan, anaesthesiologist.

The tumour, in the cavernous sinus — a large collection of thin-walled veins creating a cavity bordered by the temporal bone of the skull and the sphenoid bone in the head, was removed through endoscopic surgery.

“Normally surgeons go through the skull and brain to excise the tumour with the help of surgical microscopic glasses. But this doesn’t ensure the removal of the entire tumour, which is why radiation is recommended after the operation,” Dr. Janakiraman told The Hindu .

“In Bakhtiyar’s case, the tumour had gone into the cavernous sinus. We used his nasal cavity as the entry point, and brought the tumour out through the nose as well. This is a scar-less keyhole surgery that ensures complete excision and doesn’t require us to make a new opening in the skull,” he added.

Dr. Janakiraman, who was trained in the procedure by internationally renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Amin Kassam in the U.S. 10 years ago, has been doing the procedure for the past nine years in Tiruchi.

For the patient’s elder brother, Sardar Khan, the experience has been both exhausting yet exhilarating. A file clerk at the local health centre in Sibi, the Khan brothers had taken their father, who is paralysed, to a doctor in Quetta last year, when the physician there suggested that it was Mr. Bakhtiyar who needed medical attention urgently. “None of us knew that he was unwell,” recounted Mr. Sardar. “We were advised by neurosurgeon Dr. Asghar Khan to seek help in India immediately. I couldn’t believe that I, who had never left my village to see even Lahore or Karachi, had to go to India.”

In a process that took three to six months, Mr. Sardar convinced Mr. Bakhtiyar and his other siblings (they are eight brothers and two sisters) to get ready to meet Dr. Janakiraman, besides applying for passports and organising visas.

The brothers took the Samjhauta Express from Wagah to Delhi on January 31. The Tamil Nadu Sampark Kranti Express brought them to Tiruchi after a 46-hour journey. As a humanitarian gesture, the hospital has waived all fees (in the range of Rs. 1 to 3 lakhs), except the cost of medicines.

“I’m feeling much better now, and my eyesight has improved,” said Mr. Bakhtiyar Khan. After a few days of observation and a final MRI scan, he will be free to travel back home with his brother.

Said a gratified Mr. Sardar: “I haven’t seen much of India, or even of Tiruchi, but to me, Dr. Janakiraman and his team are India. I’d like to thank all my new friends in India for taking such good care of me and my brother.”


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 11, 2016 7:16 pm 
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Government hospital gets cancer clinic

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Patients from Trichy and rural parts of the district can now get consultations and treatment for cancer free of cost, with the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Government Hospital (MGMGH) having set up a cancer clinic for the first time in the hospital's history. The much-needed facility will provide diagnosis and post-operative treatment to the patients.

Established as an outpatient ward, the clinic is housed in the recently inaugurated department of minimal access surgery on the first floor of the trauma care and super specialty care block. The ward, which started functioning as an outpatient ward from February 8 without a formal inauguration, has been receiving good response.

"The cancer clinic is the first step towards bringing in a full-fledged department for cancer treatment in the hospital. The patients need not depend on private hospitals for treatment like chemotherapy hereafter," said a senior official requesting anonymity.

Upgraded as a medical college hospital attached with the KAP Viswanatham Government Medical College (KAPVGMC) in 1997, the tertiary care hospital lacked a department for cancer treatment. The situation remained unchanged even after the hospital was equipped with the super specialty block in April 2014, thus forcing many poor patients to rely on private hospitals in the city or the government hospitals in Madurai, Thanjavur and Kancheepuram.

Radiotherapist Dr L Sofia, a former student of KAPVGMC, has been appointed as the first full-fledged doctor for cancer treatment in the clinic. The outpatient ward will be open from 9 am to 12 noon on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Besides providing consultations, the new clinic has come as a boon to cancer patients who undergo surgeries as they can get chemotherapy done here.

"The surgeries for various types of cancers are performed by the surgery department at MGMGH. But earlier the patients had to depend on private hospitals for chemotherapy. Henceforth, they can get the chemotherapy here itself free of cost,"
said a senior doctor who did not want to be named.

At present, radiotherapy cannot be performed here for want of equipment.

In fact, a department for medical oncology and surgical oncology had been set up on the sixth floor of the super specialty block. Even funds for procuring the equipment had been allotted. However, no doctors and equipment were available. A senior official exuded confidence that the department will become functional soon as the process for the appointment of doctors is under way.

Still, the hospital administration has to long way to go to get the doctors appointed and equipment installed to provide patients a full-fledged facility to treat cancer.


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City surgeon is IAGES chief

A. Zameer Pasha, a city-based surgeon, has been elected national president of the Indian Association of Gastro Intestinal Endo Surgeons (IAGES), a body of laparoscopic surgeons. The association is affiliated to International Society of Endoscopic Surgeons. IAGES sets guidelines and protocols for laparoscopic surgeries being followed by most universities, according to a press release.


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Some New Advanced Machinaries and Equipments to be Placed at Govt Super-Speciality Hospital at Puthur attached to KAPV Medical College

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‘Let us first banish fear of cancer’

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M.K. Muralidharan, Dean of KAP Viswanatham Government Medical College and Hospital, giving away prizes to quiz contest winners on 'World Cancer Day/’ in Tiruchi on Thursday. Z. Anne Vijaya, Superintendent of Police, Government Railway Police, is at left.— PHOTO: A. MURALITHARAN

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Only then people will get confidence in latest treatment, says Dr. Muralidharan

A sustained campaign against the fear about cancer should be taken up by volunteers and institutions so that the people will gain confidence about the latest and modern medical facility available in the current-day scenario, said M.K. Muralidharan, Dean of K.A.P. Viswanatham Government Medical College and Hospital.


Speaking at a function to mark the World Cancer Day 2016 organised jointly by Tiruchi Harshamitra Super Speciality Cancer Centre and Research Institute and Rose Garden Charitable Trust here on Thursday, Dr. Muralidharan spoke on the efficacy of the latest treatment, including radiotherapy and chemotherapy which neutralised the adverse impact of cancer on one’s health.

Explaining this year’s slogan for the observance “we can – I can”, he classified the responsibilities of each and every individual and the group in overcoming superstitious or outdated beliefs about cancer.

Appreciating the effort by G. Govindaraj, managing director of Institute, and P. Sasipriya Govindaraj, Radiation Oncologist of Institute, Dr. Muralidharan said that people should be motivated to overcome the fear about the disease.

Dr. Muralidharan said that a concerted effort should be taken to sensitise the masses about the modern-day facilities and a lot more institutions should take part in the campaign. Above all, preventive measures would go a long way particularly in controlling cervical cancer among women, he added.

Z. Anne Vijaya, Superintendent of Police, Southern Railway, in her address, said that the awareness programme would go a long way in eliminating the phobia among relatives of persons afflicted with the disease.

Sherin G. Edwin, Principal of Indira Nursing College, said that a variety of entertainment programmes organised as part of awareness campaign, would go a long way in clearing the fear about the disease.

Dr. Govindaraj said that the fourth annual awareness programme comprised “patti mandram” and quiz contest aimed at sensitising the younger generation towards preventing cancer.

Later, Dr. Muralidharan gave away prizes to winners in the quiz contest.


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