Mr. Robert Naah Underwent Amputation at Max Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi, India

Mr. Robert Naah Underwent Amputation at Max Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi, India
  • Patient Name : Mr. Robert Naah
  • From Country : Ghana
  • Destination Country : India
  • Procedure : Amputation
  • Hospital : Max Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi, India

I am very grateful to the medical staff at Max Super Specialty Hospital for making the surgery comfortable and uncomplicated for me. They held my hands for all of the counseling and consultations that preceded the procedure. We would especially like to thank the MediGence team for all of their support in selecting the finest physician for us, setting up all of my consultations, organizing our hospital visits, and arranging for airport transportation.

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Introduction

When Mr. Robert Naah, 30, a resident of Ghana, recognized she needed advanced care for her cancer and amputation procedure, he researched his options online and got in touch with MediGence experts. They helped him arrange his appointments with Max Super Specialty Hospital in Shalimar Bagh. He departed for India with his caretaker on 25th Oct 2022, 2021. During the visit, seven days were spent in the hospital. He decided to see Dr. Hitesh Dawar for his care.

As an orthopedic oncologist, Dr. Hitesh Dawar has more than ten years of expertise. For soft tissue and bone cancers, he can offer complete care. Dr. Hitesh Dawar is skilled in treating a variety of joint and bone infections in addition to cancer therapy. He is well respected for his application of patient-centered care and evidence-based medicine. He currently works as an orthopedic oncology consultant at the Max SuperSpecialty Hospital in Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi, India. He worked at some of India’s most prestigious hospitals before joining Max Hospital. From 2014 until 2022, he served as an orthopedic oncology consultant at the Indian Spinal Injuries Center in New Delhi. Additionally, Dr. Hitesh Dawar held positions as a senior resident in orthopedics at the Indian Spinal Injuries Center in New Delhi, India, and as a senior resident in bone and tissue services in surgical oncology at Tata Memorial Hospital in Mumbai.

One of the most prominent super-specialty hospitals in India, Max Healthcare Hospital in Shalimar Bagh offers patients specialist treatment services in practically all major medical disciplines. Being a part of MAX Healthcare, one of the nation’s healthcare companies, has treated more than 400,000 patients. Established in 2011, the Max Super Specialty Hospital’s Shalimar Bagh branch is the first in India to be recognized as a HIMSS stage ‘6’ center. The center received accreditation for its super-specialty facility from NABH and NABL, in addition to being granted First Global Green OT accreditation. The hospital’s physicians are also highly renowned for creating novel and ground-breaking clinical techniques.

Pre-treatment and Surgical Procedure

From the moment of his admission, the patient was made to feel comfortable and at home by the physician and other healthcare professionals.  The team performed a comprehensive physical examination on Mr. Robert Naah. As part of the same procedure, he underwent testing to confirm his diagnosis. These included relevant blood tests and a colonoscopy, which is a procedure in which the colon is examined using a scope. After that, the illness was successfully treated with cancer and amputation surgeries. The patient was happy with the surgical results and there were no problems.

An operation or treatment to remove a tumor from the body is known as cancer surgery. Occasionally, nearby healthy tissue is also excised. It is the most traditional form of cancer treatment, and it is still effective in treating a wide variety of cancers. A surgeon who focuses on treating cancer is known as a surgical oncologist.

An amputation is a procedure in which a limb is amputated entirely or partially. Primary bone cancer and soft tissue sarcoma in the arm or leg can occasionally be treated with this kind of surgery. Usually, a malignancy in an arm or leg can be removed without necessitating the amputation of the entire limb.

Post Treatment

Mr. Robert Naah recuperated in India for two months following his operation. MediGence was there for the patient every step of the way, from scheduling the follow-up consultation to talking about the alternatives for the patient’s stay to organizing the hospital transfer, airport pickup, and hospital appointment scheduling. The patient had a positive experience, and he mentioned in his feedback how happy he was to have a major health issue that had been bothering him for a long time remedied.

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