Our Success Stories
Multidisciplinary Team | Three Hour Old Baby | Blue Baby Syndrome | Manipal Hospitals India
While diagnosing a complex pregnancy, it was revealed that the baby had a rare congenital heart ailment in the intrauterine stage called transposition of arteries, commonly called the blue baby syndrome. The child underwent an arterial switch operation, which is a complex operation. However, the baby recovered very well and was discharged by the tenth day. With the multidisciplinary team of doctors led by Dr. Ranjan Shetty, HOD and Consultant- Interventional Cardiology, Dr. Karthik Nagesh, Chairman and HOD- Neonatal ICUS, Dr. Gayathri Karthik, Consultant- Obstetrics and Gynecology and Dr. Devananda NS, HOD and Consultant- Cardiothoracic Vascular Surgery at Manipal Hospitals, Old Airport Road, the baby was given a new lease of life.
Patient testimonial |
Mrs. Rebeka, a Tanzanian from East Africa, shares her husband's story of being diagnosed with cancer. Referred by one of her friends to receive treatment at Manipal Hospitals, Mrs. Rebeka consulted the "We Can" wellness team. Dr. Somshekar, Consultant - Oncology, Manipal Hospital Old Airport Road, performed the relevant surgery. She expresses her gratitude to the team of doctors for their unwavering support in helping her husband get better. Watch this video to know more.
Patient testimonial | Dr. Gayathri Karthik Nagesh | Manipal Hospital Old Airport Road
Mrs. Purvi, an architect, shares her story of suffering from Adenomyosis. Referred by her husband's friend to receive treatment at Manipal Hospital Old Airport Road, Mrs. Purvi consulted the doctors for a second opinion and was advised to undergo Adenomyomectomy surgery. Dr. Gayathri Karthik Nagesh, HOD & Consultant - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Manipal Hospital Old Airport Road, successfully performed a Robotic Adenomyomectomy procedure. Mrs. Purvi and her husband extend their heartfelt gratitude to the adept team of doctors for helping her have a smooth and pain-free recovery. Watch this video to know more.