Docs treat toddler with blocked kidney

  • | Friday | 8th December, 2023

Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar: A three-month-old baby got a new lease of life after doctors performed a successful surgery on his blocked right kidney.A supra-major surgery was carried out on November 23 to treat the anomaly and the baby was discharged from the hospital on Wednesday. Paediatric surgeon Dr R J Totla said the patient, Shaikh Hasnain, had this issue since he was in his mothers womb.The kidney was enlarged due to the blockage.The anomaly was visible to the naked eye as the childs abdomen appeared distended from outside, he said.As the toddlers family was unable to bear the expense of the surgery, the doctors advised them to seek financial assistance from the Chief Ministers (CM) relief fund. A major amount was later sanctioned under the CM relief fund following which the doctors carried out the surgery.The parents were aware of the congenial condition of the blocked right kidney as initial investigation scans had pointed out the anomaly. After birth, the child was kept on medication till the surgery was carried out, Totla said.Notably, one such complex surgery was demonstrated live during the 49th national conference of the Indian Association of Paediatric Surgeons (IAPS) held here early November and the team of doctors employed the same modern techniques for treating the baby.Other doctors who were part of the surgery were urologist Dr Martand Patil, paediatric anaesthesiologist Dr Gopal Bhattad and Dr S R Totla.We also published the following articles recentlySonu Sood aids young man for fathers heart surgeryPallav Singh from Uttar Pradeshs Deoria district wrote about his fathers surgery at AIIMS Delhi. Sonu promptly took action and arranged financial assistance for the surgery. Sonu shared a post on his social media account to offer help. Sonu has wrapped up his maiden production Fateh, a collaboration between Zee Studios and his production Shakti Sagar Productions. The film, set to release in 2024, features great acting, mesmerising chemistry, thrilling Hollywood-styled stunts, unique locations, and an exciting plot co-starring Jacqueline Fernandez.NMC setting up library of literature on ancient Indian medicine, surgeryThe National Medical Commission (NMC) plans to create a library for ancient Indian medicine and surgery books and manuscripts. Experts are called to identify and collect these materials. NMCs logo controversy involves adding a colored photo of Dhanvantari, the god of Ayurveda, to the logo. The logo was previously black and white and now includes a colored photo. The World Health Organization (WHO) also has an emblem with the UN symbol and a snake coiling around it.

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