Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, A complicated operation of 8 years old heart patient baby Sonakshi has been conducted in Bhopal.This is possibly the first time when operation with Right Ventricular Outflow Tract (RVOT) staining method was successfully conducted in Madhya Pradesh.
This effort has been made to save the life of the patient with the intestinal discrepancy of a intricate heart by the Cardiology Department of LN Medical College and JK Hospital of the state capital.
Baby Sonakshi, who was suffering from Tetralogy of Fallot disease, was initially not fit for surgery.To save the lives of Kumari Sonakshi, blood transfusion was ensured with the stent which is used for the infusion in the heart.
This was a complicated process, which successfully completed by the team of Dr GC Gautam (cardiologist), Dr. Anand Yadav (cardiac surgeon) and Dr. Ashish Saravgi (Anesthesiologist).
It is notable that the Tetralogy of Fallot is a complex genetic disease in which a hole is exists in between two ventricles of the heart, and proper amount of blood does not reach to lungs through artery valve and oxygenation below the valve.
Because of this inconsistency, cyanosis appears on the lips and on the fingers of the child Genetic anomalies found in the heart of approximately 8-10 percent of newborn children. Many of these are quite complex.
These are obstacles in the overall development of children. Treatment of cardiac holes such as ASD, VSD and PDA, is now possible by cardiologists in the Cath-Lab through the arteries of legs without open heart surgery.
There is no trace of surgery seen afterword because of this procedure, and patients also need not to stay in ICU for more than one or two days. Treatment of more than 300 such children has been successfully done in LN Medical College and JK Hospital’s heart disease unit under the guidance of DR GC Gautam Success.