Obonti Siddique Underwent ACL surgery in Fortis Hospital Shalimar Bagh, Delhi, India

Obonti Siddique Underwent ACL surgery in Fortis Hospital Shalimar Bagh, Delhi, India
  • Patient Name : Obonti Siddique
  • From Country : Bangladesh
  • Destination Country : India
  • Procedure : ACL Surgery
  • Hospital : Fortis Hospital Shalimar Bagh

Obonti Siddique was advised to undergo ACL reconstruction surgery. Pain and discomfort are the primary signs of anterior cruciate ligament injury that patients report. The patient wanted the ACL restoration procedure to be completed as quickly as possible.

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Introduction

The knee consists of four major ligaments. These ligaments support and stabilize the knee by holding the knee joint in place. The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of the knee’s key ligaments. The Anterior Cruciate Ligament is a different cruciate ligament. Both ligaments form a “X” when they cross one another. The anterior cruciate ligament gives the knee rotational stability. It helps in reducing excessive motion and restricts knee motion to a certain extent. The anterior tibial displacement is constrained mostly by the stress of the anterior cruciate ligament.

It should be highlighted that the ligament has a higher risk of injury due to its restricting function. The ACL achieves rotational stability by restricting tibial translation and rotation. Mr. Obonti Siddique, a patient, was also suggested to undergo ACL replacement surgery. Continue reading to learn how Team MediGence helped her find a world-class medical facility while keeping his priorities in mind.

Pain and discomfort are the primary signs of anterior cruciate ligament injury that patients report. The patient wanted the ACL restoration procedure to be completed as quickly as possible. Her main request was that, as a citizen of Bangladesh, she wanted to undergo surgery in a country close to Bangladesh in order to reduce travel time and expedite the healing process. She filled out the inquiry form with information on her needs for ACL surgery. After receiving the enquiry form, the MediGence team immediately got to work. Team MediGence had selected  India and Dr. Puneet Mishra for her treatment. She was 21 years old at the time of the procedure and traveled with her parents.

Team MediGence has done everything possible to offer India’s ACL reconstruction patients the best guidance. Ms. Siddique received thorough information about hospitals with cutting-edge medical equipment for performing ACL reconstruction surgery and physicians with extensive expertise performing such procedures with great ease and high success rates. Team MediGence also considered the need for post-surgical monitoring using cutting-edge technology, which is necessary for a quicker recovery.

Pre-Treatment and Surgical Procedures

Mr. Savjani made the decision to have surgery at the Fortis Hospital Shalimar Bagh because of the thorough information provided by the team at MediGence. The hospital has cutting-edge surgical and post-operative monitoring equipment. The ACL reconstruction surgery for Ms. Siddique was planned to be done by Dr. Puneet Mishra. On 10 April 2022, the patient arrived in India under the complete supervision of the MediGence team. Ms. Siddique’s surgery was successfully finished. The patient was quite pleased with the hospital’s services and was astounded by Dr. Puneet Mishra’s surgical accuracy.

The procedure took about an hour. The patient was given general anesthesia. The graft must first be positioned correctly. Your doctor will then drill two “tunnels” or holes. Both the one above and the one below the knee will be implanted. To hold the graft in place, screws will be placed in the tunnels. As one recovers, it acts as a sort of bridge on which a new ligament will form. The full integration of a new ACL can take many months.

Post Procedure

Ms. Siddique was kept under observation following the procedure to check her vital signs. The patient stayed behind for three days in the hospital and seven days in the country in order to receive follow-up care at the hospital and to be assessed for any postoperative problems. Fortunately, everything went smoothly and the procedure was a success. Ms. Siddique arrived back in Bangladesh and is currently receiving physical therapy at the recommendation of Dr. Puneet Mishra. Obonti Siddique is wished a fast recovery by Team MediGence.

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