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- Cost Of Liver transplant surgery In India
Liver transplantation in India is a surgical procedure in which a diseased liver is replaced with a healthy liver from a deceased or living donor. The procedure is typically recommended for people with end-stage liver disease or liver cancer that cannot be treated with other methods. The cost of a liver transplant in India can vary depending on several factors, such as the type of transplant (living donor vs. deceased donor), the hospital and location, and the patient's overall health. However, on average, the cost of a liver transplant in India is significantly lower than in many other countries, making it a popular destination for medical tourism. According to the reports, the average cost of a liver transplant in India ranges from $16,000 to $55,000, while in the US it can cost more than $500,000. It's important to note that the cost of a liver transplant in India will not only include the cost of the surgery but also the cost of pre- and post-transplant care, including medications, lab tests, and hospital stays. Additionally, it is important to research and check the quality of the hospital and surgeon before finalizing the procedure.
- Best Kidney Transplant In India
About Kidney Transplant :- Kidney transplant or renal transplant is the organ transplant of a kidney into a patient with end-stage kidney disease. The pair of kidneys placed underneath the ribcage are crucial organs for detoxifying your body, maintaining your balance , essential sign. The sluggish lack of kidney function results in kidney disorder. Nephrology may be a strong point of drugs that specializes in the control of kidney diseases. Nephrologists are docs who deal with the diagnosis and treatment of kidney illnesses. Treatment Cost :- It is depend upon patient's Condition and better described by doctors. as normal approximate cost is $10,000 - $15,000. And You can Send Your Medical Report for Quotation
- Medical Tourism
Travelling across international borders to receive medical treatment, is called Medical Tourism. This treatment spans the full range of medical services, like dental care, cosmetic surgery, elective surgery, fertility treatment, organ transplants, cancer care, cardiac surgeries, orthopaedics, and Bariatric surgery etc. The consumption of health care in a foreign land is not a new phenomenon, but Individuals have travelled abroad for health benefits since ancient times. Wealthy people from less developed areas of the world travelled to developed nations to access better facilities and highly trained medics. The global growth in the flow of patients and health professionals as well as medical technology, capital funding and regulatory regimes across national borders has given rise to new patterns of consumption and production of healthcare services over recent decades. The key features of medical tourism to India are listed below:- Highly qualified and experienced doctors and medical staff Lower Cost Treatment (It doesn’t mean lower quality of care) World class services and quality care Surgeries done almost immediately (No waiting period for surgeries) New enabling infrastructure and cutting-edge medical equipment and appliances Getting Medical visa is very easy Cost effective accommodation and travel expenses Availability of different language experts Industry development: both the private business sector and national governments have been instrumental in promoting medical tourism as a potentially lucrative source of foreign revenue. Medical tourism in India is growing on such a huge scale that it is projected to touch around $8-$9 billion in near future. According to the field experts and reports India provides one of the lowest cost and highest qualities of care in the world. This is one of the best returns one can get for their money in the medical tourism industry. The reasonable cost and quality of care drives people to India to get life-altering or life-saving treatments, procedures, or surgeries performed. Many people can get treatment in India that could not be affordable in their home country.
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- Dr. Subhash Chandra, Chairman & HOD Cardiology
Back Renal, Carotid, Coarctations, Aortic and subclavian, Iliofemoral, popliteal angioplasties. IVC Filter placement, EVAR, TEVAR. 25,000 + Complex angioplasties, Rotablation. 4K+ including Emergency, pulmonary edema and pregnant patients. Retrograde and antegrade technique using INOUE balloon. Adult Congenital Device Closure- 100 approx. Permanent pacemaker Implantation. 3K+ including ventricular, atrial, dual chamber pacemakers, AICD, Biventricular pacemaker (Heart failure pacing). Awards & Achievements Sujoy B. Roy Young Investigator Award. Cardiological Society of India, 5th Annual Conference - 1989. Col. K.L. Chopra Research Award, Cardiological Society of India, 9th Annual Conference - 1993. Sujoy B. Roy Young Investigator Award, Cardiological Society of India, 13th Annual Conference - 1997. About Dr. Subhash Chandra Chairman & HOD Cardiology MBBS | MD (Internal Medicine) | DNB (Cardiology) | DM (Cardiology) AIIMS Click Here For WhatsApp Hi, if you have any query related to doctors or treatment in India, Contact with Us on WhatsApp for instant reply. Previous Page Next Page
- Dr. Sanjay Gogoi | Medeavour India
Dr. SANJAY GOGOI Manipal Hospital Dwarka - Delhi HOD And Consultant - Urology Qualification MBBS | MS | MCh | DNB | MNAMS Field of Expertise Renal transplantation. Congenital defects. Robotic Constructive Urology. Transurethral Incision of Prostate. Genito-urinary fistulas. Awards & Achievements Part of the team that performed Worlds First Robotic Kidney Transplant (RKT)). Performed India's youngest Robotic Pyeloplasty in a 5 months old child in 2012.. Performed Sri Lanka's first Laparoscopic Donor Nephrectomy in 2003. Fellowship & Membership Member, Urological Society of India. Member, American Urological Association. Member, Indian Society of Organ Transplantation. Back WhatsApp Your Report
- Dr. Bipin Kumar Dubey, HOD And Consultant - Cardiac Science
Back Field of Expertise Angioplasty. Coronary Intervention. Balloon mitral. Valvotomy. Paediatric cardiac interventions. ICD implantations. Talks & Publications Dr. Bipin Kumar Dubey talks about 5 types of heart diseases you should be aware of on this World Heart Day in DNA Dr. Bipin Kumar Dubey says as a matter of fact, chances of heart attack goes up by 33 percent during winter, hence take adequate care & stay warm in an exclusive article in THE PIONEER. Dr. Bipin Kumar Dubey in an authored article on 9 drinks that can help to keep cholesterol levels in check observing while National Nutrition Week in TOI online. About Dr. Bipin Kumar Dubey HOD And Consultant - Cardiac Science MBBS | MD | DM Click Here For WhatsApp Hi, if you have any query related to doctors or treatment in India, Contact with Us on WhatsApp for instant reply. Previous Page Next Page
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- Why people going it India for Medical Treatment?In Medical Forum·March 17, 2023There are several reasons why people should consider traveling to India for Medical Treatment! Between 2016 and 2019, the number of foreign patients traveling to India increased from 430,000 to 700,000. The industry is estimated to be worth $9bn (£6.7bn) by 2019. But the travel restrictions during the pandemic have all but crippled the industry. Nearly 183,000 tourists will arrive for medical reasons in 2021, down 73% from 2019, according to the Ministry of Tourism. Overall, traveling to India for medical treatment offers a unique combination of quality medical care, affordability, traditional therapies and cultural experiences that make it an attractive destination for medical tourists. If you Have any query related to treatment in India, Click Here on WhatsApp, We Will Reply soon as much Possible.001
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