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Mumbai Hospital completes over 800 liver, pancreas, and intestine transplants

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Mumbai, India: Global Hospital, a leading healthcare institution in Western India, has made history by being the first transplant in Western India to successfully conduct 800 Liver, Pancreas, and intestine Transplants, marking a significant milestone in the region’s medical landscape. The hospital’s exceptional achievement underscores its commitment to delivering advanced and life-saving treatments to patients suffering from end-stage liver, Pancreas, and intestine diseases. With this accomplishment, Global Hospital has become the first healthcare facility in western India to achieve such a remarkable feat, solidifying its position as a pioneer in organ transplantation and medical innovation.
Global Hospital is Western India’s Largest & most comprehensive multi-organ transplant center. Till now, Global Hospital Parel has performed over 800 liver, Pancreas & Intestine transplants that include Living Donor (Adult, Pediatric, Axillary, Dual lobe & ABO –Incompatibility), Cadaver, Laparoscopic & Robotic transplant. Apart from that hospital of our surgical team does pancreas –Kidney, isolated pancreas, small intestine –Living as well as cadaver, Simultaneous liver-kidney
The transplant program at Global Hospital, Mumbai is renowned for its comprehensive approach, which includes pre-transplant assessment, surgery, and post-operative care. This milestone not only reflects the hospital’s dedication to patient care but also highlights the expertise and commitment of its transplantation team. By achieving this feat, Global Hospital has solidified its position as a leading healthcare institution, offering hope and healing to those suffering from end-stage liver disease.
Dr Samir Shah, Director – Department of Transplant Hepatology, HPB, Liver Intensive Care, Global Hospitals Parel said “The success of our 800+ liver, pancreas, and intestine transplants has enabled us to improve the quality of life of those who were in the dire need of transplants. Earlier, people used to travel out of Mumbai for liver transplants but now people are coming to Mumbai. We remain dedicated to pushing the boundaries of medical science to provide the best possible care to our patients. The experienced medical team at the Hospital comprises highly skilled doctors, surgeons, and healthcare professionals who provide multidisciplinary care to patients under one roof along with the specially designed Transplant ICU. As we celebrate this achievement, we are also mindful of the work that lies ahead to address the critical issues in organ transplantation, and we are committed to contributing to ongoing research into regenerative medicine and alternative treatments.”
Dr Gaurav Chaubal, Director of Liver, Pancreas, Intestine Transplant Programme and Hepato-pancreato-biliary surgery at Global Hospitals, Parel, Mumbai said “Reaching the milestone of 800 livers, Pancreas & Intestine transplants is a testament to the collaborative efforts of our skilled medical team. In today’s era, liver transplants have gained huge success and around 90% are living donor transplants. The success rate for liver transplants at our hospital is 96.2%. So, from 4.5-month-old children to 82-year-old senior citizens, people from all age groups have undergone successful transplants at the hospital. “
Dr Chaubal added, “Our liver transplant program is revolutionizing the field of organ transplantation by providing top-notch facilities and using advanced robotic surgical systems, Now, surgeons can perform intricate and precise procedures with enhanced dexterity and control, ultimately leading to better outcomes for patients undergoing liver transplants. Robotic surgery has become a game-changer as it brings immense advancements in medical technology that have transformed patient outcomes. Moreover, the integration of innovative imaging techniques and 3D modeling technologies has empowered us to plan and execute complex liver transplant procedures with unprecedented accuracy. By harnessing these technological advancements, surgeons can navigate the intricacies of each patient’s anatomy with unparalleled precision, resulting in higher success rates and saving the lives of the patients.”
Dr Vivek Talaulikar, COO of IHH Healthcare India, said “At Global Hospital, we are elated and take pride in the completion of 800+ liver, Pancreas, and intestine transplants. Each transplant represents a story of hope, resilience, and the indomitable human spirit. This achievement reinvigorates our assurance to tackle complex medical challenges head-on and serves as an inspiration for patients waiting for their opportunity to regain health and vitality through such life-changing procedures. The hospital’s state-of-the-art facilities and cutting-edge technology have played a pivotal role in ensuring the success of these complex surgical procedures.”

 

 

 

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