11th Deceased Donor program at OCHRI OCHRI’s 112th Kidney transplant surgery Madduru Sreenivasulu becomes a hero

Madduru Sreenivasulu a 47-year-old Civil Contractor and Nellore resident who suffered from stroke was admitted in Neuron Hospital on 19/11/2017 and was operated same day. Since he was brain dead, the relatives including his two wives namely Smt.Sreelatha and Smt.Vijaya and daughter namely Ms. Anusha- Btech student on the basis of counselling done by Neuro-Surgeon Dr. Chandrashekhar Pakhmode volunteered to donate his kidneys and liver. Dr. Shiv Narayan Acharya, Transplant Convener of Orange City Hospital & Research Institute and ZTCC Office was informed and the patient was shifted to OCHRI on 02/12/2017 at 11.15pm. Dr. Shivam Puniyani, on duty OCHRI Intensivist accepted the patient and put him on protocol for maintaining brain dead potential organ donor. Madduru Sreenivasulu was a Btech (Structural Engineer) and owned his construction company M/s VLC Co. He suffered a stroke at Bhandara and was shifted to Neuron Hospital on 19/11/2017. He is survived by his two wives, 2 daughters (1st one- Btech, 2nd one studying in 12th standard) and one son (studying in 10th Std).

After performing all essential confirmatory test at OCHRI as per laid down government’s standard protocol by the team of government approved brain dead certification specialists namely Dr. Devayani Buche, Dr. Vishwas Dashputra and Dr. Vasant Dangra; he was certified as Brain Stem dead status.

Dr. S.J. Acharya, Nephrologist & Transplant Advisor and Smt. Manjiri Damle, Transplant Coordinator-OCHRI completed all necessary formalities and Nagpur ZTCC (Zonal Transplant Coordination Committee) reached out to recipients as per waiting list. Mumbai Global Hospital & MGM Aurangabad team reached OCHRI by 7.30pm on 03/12/2017 for liver retrieval. But around 10pm the condition of the Aurangabad patient deteriorated and hence Nagpur ZTCC reached out to other hospitals as per SOTTO list and it was learnt that Wockhardt- Mumbai had one potential recipient ready so the liver was subsequently retrieved by Global Hospital- MGM Aurangabad team at 12 midnight after getting all signals and was transported in OCHRI ambulance to Airport and airlifted by chartered flight at 12.45am for the patient in Wockhardt Hospital- Mumbai. It was a very patient time for relatives and hospital personnel who were waiting for ZTCC signal to start retrieval. In between it was also contemplated that they will proceed with only kidney retrieval since relatives were getting restless as they had to take the body to Nellore. But at last all went well and TEAM Nagpur could comply with wishes of family. Kidneys were retrieved after liver retrieval as per norms and one kidney transplant surgery was done at OCHRI by transplant team Dr. Suhas Salpekar, Dr. Rajesh Soni, Dr. Sandeep Deshmukh and Dr. Rohit Gupta supported by Dr. S.J. Acharya, Transplant Physician. Dr. Smita Harkare, Dr. Neeta Deshpande, Dr. Anita Pande & Dr. Sweety Pasari provided the anaesthesia services and Dr. Kavita Dhurvey will assisted the retrieval & transplant team during the surgery. This was 112th Kidney transplant surgery of OCHRI.

This cadaveric kidney donation brought new ray of life for three families as both the kidneys were given to two needy patients and liver to one. The family had refused eye and skin donation and his Heart could not be retrieved due to a valvular condition One kidney went to a 26years male at OCHRI and the other kidney was transported to Care Hospital for transplant to 47-year-old female as per ZTCC waiting list. ZTCC formalities were coordinated by Dr. Ravi Wankhede under leadership of Dr. Vibhavari Dani, ZTCC President. Smt.Veena Wathore, Social Worker appointed by ROTTO & SOTTO for Nagpur ZTCC coordinated the official formalities in an exemplary manner.

Shri. Ravindra Pardesi, DCP- Traffic & Shri.Gyaneshwar Patil, PI Incharge- Bajaj Nagar Police station Bajaj Nagar were duly informed by Dr. Anup Marar in evening and team of Traffic Police officials led by Shri. Bhandarkar- Senior PI, Shri.Tathod- PI and Shri.Raghuvanshi-PI assured to coordinate the green corridor arrangement for early transport of organs from OCHRI to Airport but since it was getting quite late by 12 midnight and the traffic anyway was less, no green corridor arrangement was later on advised by them. Shri. Sunil Sure coordinated the transport arrangements while Mr. Satish Ganvir drove the ambulance carrying liver to airport. As per request of relatives, OCHRI had also proactively arranged for the body to be transported in an ambulance run by Mr. Rashid to Nellore.

Dr.S. J Acharya informed that “What is needed is a proactive attitude towards cadaveric organ donation, counselling for relatives for organ donation in the event of brain death, adequate hospital infrastructure, matching and distribution of the organs and co-ordination amongst hospitals.”

On this occasion, Dr. Anup Marar, Director- OCHRI, said that “This is a fine example of generosity, and a great human spirit. The family’s gesture demonstrates that there is a latent desire in everyone to “make a difference”. He also added that the 11th cadaveric donation at OCHRI demonstrates the exemplary coordination existing between ZTCC, Private hospitals, Public and Police to promote Deceased Donor Organ donation program in Nagpur city.

At OCHRI; Dr. Ashish Shukla, Dr. Ganesh Bure, Dr. Rani Lakhe, Dr. Roshan Jawdekar, Dr. Santosh Gadge, Dr. Neha Agarwal & Dr. Shivam Puniyani- Intensivists, Sr. Preethy, Sr. Sindhu, Sr. Ambika along with nursing and paramedical staff of OCHRI Transplant unit are taking care of the recipient under supervision of Dr. Shivnarayan Acharya, Nephrologist.

Smt.Sanjana Meshram, Smt.Vaishali Mastkar and Ms. Priya, OCHRI PRO’s worked hard for the success of this initiative under supervision of Smt.Manjiri Damle, OCHRI Transplant Coordinator.

Dr. Vaishali Khandait, Nagpur IMA President has conveyed her wishes to all those who were unwearyingly involved in realising the dream of Sreenivasulu family.

OCHRI Cochlear Implant Program successfully reach 84 thanks to CMRF & Tata Trusts

Orange City Hospital & Research Institute pioneered in commencing regular Cochlear Implant Surgeries to provide much needed advanced succor to needy children from central India who were unable to hear from birth. Parents of children born with hearing defects thus had a new ray of hope. Such hearing-impaired children in the city and region now look forward to this new bionic ear implant which not only allows them to hear but also speak normally. The implant, an electronic device, helps patients pick up auditory signals by stimulating the hearing nerve.

On 25.11.2017, AOI, Vidarbha Branch led by Dr. Nitin Deosthale & Dr. Samir Choudhary and AMS, Nagpur led by Dr. Pramod Gandhi & Dr. Rajesh Atal in association with Orange City Hospital & Research Institute organized a one-day Live Workshop on “Cochlear Implant Surgery” to commemorate successful 84 pioneering CI Surgeries at OCHRI. Surgeries were performed in OCHRI OT and the live projection was done in Jaivik Hall, OCHRI. Large number of ENT brethren from Vidarbha attended this workshop and benefitted with this new modality of surgery. 5 cases were demonstrated by pioneer in cochlear implant surgery in India Padmashree Dr. Milind Kirtane. He also detailed about the intricacies of Cochlear implant surgery step by step and answered the queries of audience in this live workshop. Dr. Milind Kirtane said that “Early detection and intervention in children with hearing disability is responsibility of medical fraternity. Cochlear implant is a team effort and will give results only to those who understands the program, cooperate and take lessons by audiologists and training of speech therapists. Only putting the costly implants goes down the drain if there is no follow up of the learning process”. The surgeries are conducted at OCHRI and assisted by Dr. Nandu Kolwadkar & Dr. Sameer Choudhary. Nine Cochlear Implant surgeries were successfully conducted by OCHRI Cochlear Implant Team. This is a dream project of Dr. Nandu Kolwadkar which was commended by Shri.Udaybhaskar Nair, Chairman, Ravi Nair Hospitals Private Limited. TATA Trusts and Maharashtra Chief Ministers Relief Fund Office provides grants for this noteworthy OCHRI project Geeta since the implant is too costly @Rs.6,00,000/-. OCHRI’s Project Geeta is managed impeccably at OCHRI by Dr.Vidya Nair, Director( Quality & Grants)-RNHPL ably assisted by Smt.Manjiri Damle, Coordinator, OCHRI CIP .

Parents who had lost hope looking at the exorbitant cost of implant were thankful to TEAM OCHRI, TATA Trusts and Maharashtra Chief Minister Office for delivering this boon to their kids. Dr. Milind Kirtane and Dr.Jeevan Vedi, Professor & Head, ENT- IGGMC commended the well-coordinated service of Anesthetists, OT Nursing and Paramedical staff at state of art futuristic operation theatre complex of OCHRI.

Dr. Anup Marar, Director-OCHRI conveyed that with this 8th series, in which 9 back to back Cochlear Implant Surgeries were done; OCHRI has successfully conducted total 84 Cochlear Implant Surgeries so far.

On behalf of OCHRI family, Dr. Usha Nair, Director (Medical) -RNHPL complimented Dr. Nandu Kolwadkar Convener–OCHRI Cochlear Implant Program (CIP), Dr. Sameer Choudhary-ENT Surgeon, Dr. Kuldeep Sukhadeve -Pediatrician, Dr. Smita Harkare, Dr.Neeta Deshpande, Dr. Anita Pande & Dr. Sweety Pasari-Anesthetists, Dr. Ashish Disawal, Dr.P. Shinde, Ms. Neelu Somani, Ms. Mayuri K & Shri. Vishal Hiremath- Audiologists, Dr. Milind Pande- Pathologist, Dr. Nishikant Lokhande & Dr. Prashant Shende- Radiologists, Dr. Sandeep Kharode, Dr. Priyanka Wankar, Dr. Kavita Dhurvey, Dr. Anit Prakash, Dr. Noorul Ameen, Shri. Sunil Sure, Shri. Narottam Awasthi, Sr.Jessy, Sr. Ambika Nair, Sr. Kavita Bodile, Sr. Kavita Godphode, Mrs. Manjiri Damle, Shri. Vishal Kapse, Smt.Durga Joshi, Shri. Pankaj Wadaskar and Shri.Avinash Ganar who led respective teams for this well-coordinated success of this program.

OCHRI ranked 1st in Best hospital list of Nagpur

OCHRI ranked 1st in Best hospital list of Nagpur

The week- Nielsen national Survey

Orange City Hospital & Research Institute has gained distinction of being ranked 1st amongst all private and government hospitals & medical colleges of Nagpur in the recently announced The Week- Nielsen National Survey of India’s best hospitals list 2017. This survey was conducted amongst specialists and general practioneers from 18 cities of India. Face to face and online interviews were done with 2135 doctors having an average experience of 16 years of practise. Doctors were asked to give weightage and scores to parameters of Competency of doctors, Infrastructure of hospital, patient care, Hospital environment, innovation in treatment and accessibility of Hospital. To avoid conflict of interest, responses for hospitals from doctors associated with the hospitals were ignored.

It is added that OCHRI is the only hospital from Nagpur to have retained its inclusion in India’s best hospital list (The Week) during the national surveys conducted amongst all government/ private medical colleges/ hospitals of Nagpur from 2006-2017.

Shri.Udaybhaskar Nair, Chairman, Ravi Nair Hospitals Private Limited thanked and complimented the doctors and staff of OCHRI to have created this history and added that this achievement adds more responsibility and accountability to each one associated with OCHRI to stand up to the expectations of public for such a trust placed on them.

Dr. Vidya Nair, Director (Quality & IT)- RNHPL thanked doctors from all over India for voting OCHRI as the best hospital of Nagpur.

Shri.Sandeep Tamgadge, IPS Inspector General of Police(CID)- Nagaland visited OCHRI to commend all OCHRIians for this accomplishment and conveyed that OCHRI is really Central India’s trusted multi super specialty hospital which ethically & professionally caters to all classes with genuine care and concern along with earnestly fulfilling their social objectives through various charitable activities.

Prominently present on this occasion were Dr. Usha Nair, Director(Medical)- RNHPL, Dr. Anup Marar, Director- OCHRI, Dr. Deepak Dongre, SMO Incharge, Shri. Sunil Sure, General Manager & Smt.Priya Sashi, Public Relations Officer- OCHRI.

It is worth mentioning that OCHRI is the only private hospital of Nagpur to have been earlier awarded “India’s Best General Hospital” Title at ICICI Lombard- CNBC TV18 India Health Care Awards for outstanding Service to the community by hands of Deputy Chairperson, Planning Commission. OCHRI was one of the 27 hospitals selected out of 3500 hospitals all over India for this award and was the only hospital from Central India to be included in this distinguished list.

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