Miracle@GMCH :ECMO saved the life of celphos and took patients'

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04 Aug 22
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Miracle@GMCH  :ECMO saved the life of celphos and took patients'

 

“ECMO stands for extracorporeal membrane oxygenation. The ECMO machine is similar to the heart-lung by-pass machine used in open-heart surgery. It pumps and oxygenates a patient's blood outside the body, allowing the heart and lungs to rest. When connected to an ECMO, blood flows through tubing to an artificial lung in the machine that adds oxygen and takes out carbon dioxide; then the blood is warmed to body temperature and pumped back into your body.”

Geetanjali Medical College and Hospital is Tertiary Care Center. A complex to complex, successful operation and treatment have been done continuously for 15 years by experienced teams of doctors with multidisciplinary approaches and the latest techniques.

Recently, 27-year-old Shashiraj (name changed) from Dungarpur ate celphos, which affected his heart, due to kidney, liver, and brain were also concerned that’s why it impossible for the patient to survive.

With collective teamwork of the Cardiacsciences team includes Dr. Sanjay Gandhi, Dr. Anubhav Bansal, Dr. Gurpreet Singh, Cardiac Anesthesiologist Dr. Ankur Gandhi, Dr. Kalpesh Mistry, Dr. Sumit Tanwari, Dr. K. Charan, Dr. Archana Devtra, Cardiologist Dr. Ramesh Patel, Dr. Dilip Jain, Dr. Jai Bharat Sharma, Perfusionist Pradeep Hegde, Anees, Nausheen, CT OT Team, General Medicine head Dr. Y.N. Verma, ICU. With the continuous efforts of Intensivist Dr. Shubhkaran Sharma, CTVS ICU Team, Stepdown Team, Nephrologist Dr. GK Mukhiya, and Dr. Anish Behl, recently he was successfully treated with state-of-the-art technologies and given him a healthy life.

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Sanjay Gandhi said that 27-year-old Shashiraj (name changed) from Dungarpur ate celphos for domestic reasons. As soon as the poison took effect in the body, the patient started to panic, and the family patient was immediately taken to the private hospital in Dungarpur. Their first aid was given to the patient, but the patient did not get any benefit. The patient's blood pressure was continuously decreasing, and he was referred to Udaipur. The patient was admitted to another private hospital in Udaipur, but there was no benefit. The patient was referred to Geetanjali Hospital due to the ECMO machine facility. Because of ECMO, the life of a severe patient was saved in the Geetanjali hospital machine. This patient came to Geetanjali Hospital two weeks ago and was immediately admitted to MICU.

The patient's condition was critical; he needed to be put on the ECMO machine. With the consent of the patient's family, he was put on. As soon as the patient was taken by the team of doctors on the ECMO machine and opened the artery, the patient's heart stopped. In such a situation, the shock was given immediately, and circulation was started by inserting ECMO cannula. Despite this, the patient's heartbeat continued to be low and high, and the heart stopped. Since the patient was put on the ECMO machine, the heart and lungs were stable. The patient was shifted to ICU. There was also no improvement in the pumping of the heart for two days due to the ECMO machine; the patient's kidney, liver, brain, and heart continued to get blood supply and oxygen. On the second day, the patient's heart stopped again at midnight in the ICU, Dr. Sanjay Gandhi, along with the team, gave a shock to the patient and gave medicine, and the patient's heart started again. The patient's pumping improved after two days. Three days later, the patient was removed from the ECMO machine.

The patient has shifted from the ECMO machine to the ICU again. The poison in the body affects all the kidneys, liver, brain, and lungs. The patient was now put on the ventilator and seeing the improvement, and the patient was removed from the ventilator; again, due to lung problems, the patient was placed on the ventilator. Dialysis cycles were also completed due to reduced urine output from the kidneys.

A psychiatrist also counseled the patient. Dr. Gandhi said that the ECMO machine saved the patient's heart, the heart pumping also improved, gradually urine started coming from the kidney, and the lungs also enhanced. The patient is now normal; all the organs are working well. The patient has been discharged from the hospital.

Dr. Gandhi said that through this press conference, I want to give this message that never does such kind of work, no matter what the trouble, no matter what the mental state, no matter what the circumstances of the house and society are like this poison is not the solution to the problem, it makes the family more worried.

He also said that the chances of survival after ingesting a poison like cellphones are negligible. But the patient could get a healthy life due to the availability of all world-class facilities under one roof in ECMO Machine and Geetanjali Hospital.

Ankit Agarwal, Executive Director, Geetanjali Group, said that when the ECMO machine was brought to Geetanjali Hospital, it was thought that maybe once or twice a year, this machine may come in handy, but in a few days, two severe patients whose survival is needed. Chances were negligible, and both those patients have become entirely healthy today; the reason for this is the machine made with new technologies. He also said that from time to time, the latest technologies coming in the medical field are brought and will remain in Geetanjali Hospital, which can benefit the patients coming here.

Mr. Prateem Tamboli, CEO of GMCH, said that the ECMO machine with state-of-the-art German technology led to successful treatment. The patient's survival rate by the ECMO machine has always been a question mark, as Geetanjali Hospital is a tertiary care center with a multidisciplinary approach and the latest technologies. Each patient is treated with


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