Successful heart surgery performed on Sanket More, 6-year-old boy at Sir H N Reliance Foundation Hospital
More sanket, a six-year-old boy from a farmer’s family in Aurangabad, was sent to the Sir H N Reliance Hospital Foundation and Research Center by a notorious pediatric cardiologist from Pune, Dr. Pankaj Sugaonkar. The child was diagnosed with a complex heart defect, where all chambers of the heart and arteries were exchanged. There was a large hole in the heart and the artery to the lungs was narrow, resulting in purging impure blood in the purges. To make matters worse, the heart was on the right side of the chest instead of the left coronary artery and the fields were too busy for an area to choose to connect the heart and lungs with the interposing ducts.
After the initial clinical evaluation, the child underwent a detailed echocardiogram to confirm the results and to surgically remove the correction. There were three options for the medical team:
A simple surgery to divert all the oxygen-poor blood directly to the pulmonary arteries, which would give a limited life of inferior quality.
Plug the hole in the center and put an artificial tube from the left chamber into the tube that carries the blood to the lungs – an option in which the suboptimal pump is assigned to pump the blood.
A very complex repair that will make the chamber pumping the heart’s main pump and provide quality and longevity almost normal life.
On the other hand, the possibility of producing a heart block – a problem where a pacemaker must be inserted to correct the heart rate – is high because of the very nature of the problem. For Sanket, a surgeon must be very careful when trying to plug the hole in his heart, in order not to provoke the previous problem. After much deliberation, the team formed by a cardiologist, cardiac surgeon, an anesthetist and an intensivist decided to undertake the complex repair. It was also decided to treat the patient so that plan B can be implemented if plan A fails. A cardiac catheterization test was performed to assess the pressure in the pulmonary arteries and be ready for a second surgery if necessary. The surgical team has discussed and planned each step of the repair complex, from the trunk to the closure. Things were like clocks in the operating room. This helped to reduce the operating time and time required for the use of the bypass machine while the heart was repaired. The overall reduction over time means fewer injuries to the lungs and heart. After this meticulous planning and execution, the child could be removed from the respirator the next day after surgery. Her antihypertensive drug also worked for a short time. The child is taking food orally and mobilized in the ICU. More information about doctors inserting a valve into an existing valve in the heart after a valve replacement does not save a man’s life
Dr. Shreepal Jain, director of pediatric cardiology at the hospital, said: “This case underscores the importance of teamwork, careful planning and perfect execution throughout the perioperative period. Very few hospitals in the country have the type “Successful surgery demonstrates the zeal of Sir HN Hospital Reliance Foundation to succeed and push the boundaries of the hospital, Of science for the benefit of mankind. For the medical team was an inspiration to continue to break the state. The children who come to Sir HN hospital Reliance Foundation for treatment are guaranteed one thing: quality will not be compromised will get the best treatment options, not just the ease of the procedure or the immediate security. The procedure.