We strive to provide each patient and family member with education, support and world-class medical care extending from his first visit until discharge. We are also proud to provide personal services through integrated, team approach taking care of your comfort and well-being along with all other considerations with a goal of outstanding surgical outcomes even for the most complex and difficult cases applying cutting-edge of new, advanced treatment options that were once considered inconceivable, such as minimally invasive organ transplant surgery.
"Medical Tourism to India" company has successfully performed several organ transplant surgeries. Various organ transplant surgeries are :
Liver disease and transplantation.
Heart and Double Lung transplants.
Liver Disease And Transplantation.
We are equipped with the latest and the best equipments to offer 360 degree care in liver disease and transplantation and to provide a multi-disciplinary, highly skilled state of-the-art service to patients, supported by cutting-edge technology and infrastructure aiming at results that are truly exemplary. We are equipped with:
320 slice CT scanner.
state of the art' liver intensive care units & operation theatres.
Cavitron ultrasonic surgical aspirator.
Argon laser coagulation etc.
A kidney transplant is a surgical procedure to place a healthy kidney from a live or deceased donor into a person with end-stage renal disease. Common causes of end-stage renal disease include:
Chronic, uncontrolled high blood pressure.
Polycystic kidney disease.
There are two types of treatment for kidney failure — Dialysis or Transplant but the kidney transplant offers a better quality of life than dialysis.
Donor can be a living donor or dead (diseased). Living donor can be:
Blood relative - A brother or sister
Non-blood relative - Like a husband or wife.
A friend or even a stranger.
A kidney from a living donor can work faster, is better and may last longer than one from a deceased donor.
Work out what are covered for living donor in your insurance.
We performed both autologous and cadaveric transplant using minimally invasive surgery for renal donors thereby reducing post-operative recovery time.
This is the only available cure for diabetes in appropriately selected patients. Pancreas transplantation adds a significant survival benefit to diabetic patients who otherwise face a life expectancy that is one-third of normal.
Simultaneous Pancreas-Kidney Transplantation: This is for a diabetic patient on or approaching dialysis. Diabetes cure rate is very high at our centres .
Severe end-stage lung disease when all other treatment modalities have failed is a strong indication for a lung transplant.
We surgically remove the lens which has lost optical power and replace it with a plastic intraocular lens (IOL).
Glaucoma surgery in this there is a raised intraocular pressure (IOP) affecting the optic nerve that results in vision loss.
BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT( BMT)
Using bone marrow, peripheral blood stem cells and cord blood stem cells for various benign and malignant disorders like Thalassemia, Aplastic Anaemia, Leukemia, Lymphomas, Multiple Myelomas . Bone marrow transplant is used to treat several types of cancer and is commonly used for leukemias, lymphomas and other blood cell cancers.
Autologous Transplant (Stem Cells collected from one's own body) stem cells are harvested after intensive therapy when very few cancerous cells remain. These stem cells are frozen for later use as this will not result in graft versus host disease. Cost ranges anything between Rs20 lakh and Rs30 lakh. "In Rajasthan and Haryana bone marrow transplant now costs only up to Rs 6-7 lakh 2 syngenic Transplantation.
Donor and recipient are identical twins as they are very compatible. 3 Allogenic Transplant (Stem Cells collected from some one else's body) a close HLA match is required which means:
At least 5 out of 6 HLA markers matching for adults getting donor stem cells and,
4 out of 6 for children getting stem cells from cord blood.
A heart transplant is needed in End-stage heart failure when other treatments are not effective.
The first operation is harvesting the heart from the donor. The donor is usually a person who has suffered "brain death" most oftenly due to major accidental trauma to the head. The removed heart is transported on ice in less than six hours.
The second operation is removing the recipient's damaged heart.
The third operation is probably the easiest, the implantation of the donor heart into the recipient.