Dubai: Multiple surgeries save patient’s life, allow him to fly to attend daughter’s wedding

Recounting the circumstance, Dr P. Senthilnathan TT, specialist Cardiovascular and Endovascular surgeon at Aster Medical center Mankhool, mentioned: “The affected person, P Shajikuttan, noted to the Crisis Section of Aster Healthcare facility Mankhool on March 23 in a semi-aware condition. He experienced been struggling from fever and exhaustion for a number of days prior to the medical center visit. He was rushed to the clinic following his colleagues identified him vomiting blood and collapsing.”

By the time Shajikuttan reached medical center, he had missing a large amount of blood. He was in a haemorrhagic shock. An immediate upper body X-ray indicated that he experienced an aneurysm in his heart, in the thoracic aorta. A CT scan even further exposed that the aneurysm was infected and was leaking. Any hold off in attending to it could have brought on a rupture and could have been lethal, the professional medical crew attending to the affected person explained.

The group done a minimally invasive Thoracic Endo Vascular Aortic Aneurysm Repair (TEVAR) course of action just in time. Nevertheless, scarcely was he stabilised did the medical practitioners find numerous new issues involving many organs that desired rapid surgery. The leakage from the infectious aneurysm experienced filled up about the heart and the client shortly seasoned a cardiac tamponade induced by pericardial effusion, Dr Naveed Ahmed, expert Interventional Cardiologist attending to the affected individual, stated. “We moved him from the cardiac ICU [Intensive Care Unit] to the catheter lab, the place he underwent pericardiocentesis. The treatment drains fluid create-up all over the coronary heart. To our shock, much more than 300ml of pus was drained,” Dr Ahmed additional.

Nevertheless, the subsequent working day, there were extra wellness issues as medical practitioners located blood in his oesophagus. Dr Amal Premchandra Upadhyay, expert Gastroenterologist at the hospital, mentioned: “Detailed investigation uncovered that there was a tear on the oesophagus, brought on by aorto-oesophageal fistula. This lifetime-threatening ailment triggers gastrointestinal bleeding. It was the outcome of the infection from aortic aneurysm. We preset it applying a stent in the aorta and CT scans confirmed no even further leakage of the oesophagus.”

Even as the affected person recuperated in the ICU, his wellbeing ongoing to pose issues. Though he was responding to remedy, health professionals noted that his right leg was not responding. “There was no pulse in his right leg. A extensive check-up identified a intricate thrombosis in his femoral artery. He yet again underwent surgical treatment to rectify that. There have been a number of blood clots in his femoral artery. We cleared all individuals,” discussed Dr Senthilnathan.

With well timed intervention, his challenges ended up fixed and the affected individual was discharged on April 7.

Whilst the affected person had no history of any illness or any comorbidities, he however confronted a advanced lifestyle-threatening circumstance. Dr Senthilnathan mentioned: “It is extremely scarce that a client provides with this sort of several complexities, every single daily life-threatening by alone. Thankfully, he was introduced [to hospital] at the suitable time and obtained suitable cure. We are so pleased to see his restoration.

A relieved Shajikuttan advised Gulf Information: “I have no text to describe my inner thoughts. I can only thank God and the physicians at Aster for offering me this 2nd probability at life. I am looking forward to attending my daughter’s relationship. That is my only desire now. The health professionals listed here have created that attainable. My loved ones and I will eternally be indebted to them.”