Reza Sharmin Underwent Hip Replacement Surgery in Apollo Hospital, Chennai, India

Reza Sharmin Underwent Hip Replacement Surgery in Apollo Hospital, Chennai, India
  • Patient Name : Reza Sharmin
  • From Country : Bangladesh
  • Destination Country : India
  • Procedure : Hip Replacement Surgery
  • Hospital : Apollo Hospital, Chennai, India

I am quite happy with the surgical results and the treating physician. I want to express my gratitude to the physicians and nurses of Apollo Hospital in Chennai for their superb care.

I sincerely appreciate the assistance that MediGence has given. I do appreciate how quickly MediGence got back to me in order to assist me in getting airport pick-up arrangements and priority appointments. Additionally, I would like to express my gratitude for Medigence’s professionalism and assistance with my medical care.

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Introduction

Reza Sharmin, a 41-year-old resident of Bangladesh who was having mobility issues and hip pain, had been advised to have a hip replacement by his local physicians. She was open to making the trip to India to get the surgery. At that point, she made the decision to speak with an orthopedic specialist and to seek treatment at the Apollo Hospital. Ms. Reza Sharmin arrived in India on 27 June 2022 and underwent unilateral total hip replacement surgery while hospitalized for five days.

The patient flew to India with her daughter, which is renowned for its culture, history, and architecture as well as its healthcare system. This makes it a compelling location for medical visitors in addition to its superb healthcare infrastructure. The patient chose to be treated by Dr. Rajasekar P, a renowned orthopedic surgeon at Apollo Hospital in Chennai.

In Chennai, Dr. P. Rajasekar is a renowned orthopedic surgeon. He has more than 26 years of clinical expertise. At the moment, he is offering his services at the Apollo Hospital in Chennai’s Greams Road. Additionally, he has ties to a number of institutes and hospitals. In 1983, he graduated with his MBBS from Madras University. He later passed the DNB in orthopedics exam administered by the National Board of Examinations, New Delhi, in 1996. He has received a number of fellowships, which assist him hone his orthopedic surgery skills. He completed his fellowship in arthroplasty in Singapore after receiving an arthroplasty fellowship from Pert and Goldcoat in Australia.

The flagship hospital of Apollo Hospitals, located in Chennai, was founded in 1983. They were the pioneers in fostering the idea of holistic healthcare in the country and elevating it to meet worldwide standards while taking into account each person’s abilities and range. The hospital includes more than 60 departments that are each staffed by highly qualified medical professionals and doctors and surgeons who have received international training. It has earned a reputation for using cutting-edge innovations and technology that provide real value for money in terms of both healthcare and medical tourism, not just in India but throughout the world. Huge clinical success rates and technology that is guaranteed to provide complete treatment and care set it apart globally.

Pre-Treatment and Surgical Procedure

Ms. Reza Sharmin was advised by the doctor about the need for preparation and the risks associated as she was being admitted to the hospital for surgery. This was crucial because the patient had been eager to have a total hip replacement operation. Additionally, the doctor conducted the necessary tests to determine her suitability for the treatment. The testing included a medical evaluation, blood samples, an EKG, a stress test, a chest X-ray, and a urine sample. The tests were required to assess whether the patient was healthy enough for surgery and whether there were any conditions that needed to be addressed first. This was followed by a successful unilateral total hip replacement for the patient.

A surgeon replaces the damaged hip joint elements with new ones that are often made of metal, ceramic, or very hard plastic during hip replacement surgery. This prosthetic joint (artificial joint) aids in pain relief and improves function. Hip replacement surgery, also known as total hip arthroplasty, may be an option if hip pain prevents you from going about your regular business and nonsurgical treatments haven’t worked or are no longer efficient. Damage from arthritis is the most frequent cause of hip replacement.

Post Treatment

The procedure was a successful one because the patient experienced no post-operative problems. The patient received assistance with transportation following surgery from the hospital to the residence where she would stay for the post-procedure stay (as recommended by the doctor) that she would spend as a recovery period abroad. Including the hospital stay, the patient was in the nation for a total of  20 days. After the procedure, Ms. Reza Sharmin carefully attended the follow-up consultations that MediGence had scheduled. He received assistance from the organization of travel, lodging, and transfer arrangements.

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