BULL HORN GRIEVOUSLY HIT MAN RETURNS HOME

 

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One 24 years male, resident of Umrer, was referred from WCL Umrer Area hospital to Orange City Hospital & Research Institute at around 7pm on 10.02.2016 in a very critical condition. As per the information, he had been Hit by a bull on Left Thigh at around 5:30pm on 10.02.2016 near Umrer while pillion riding in a two wheeler. He got successfully treated and discharged from OCHRI on 25.02.2016.

When he reached Casualty of Orange City Hospital & Research Institute, he was profusely bleeding from the Lt groin wound caused by bull horn hit, his general condition was poor, he was drowsy, Blood pressure was very low, Left Foot was cool, Left Lower limb feeble pulsation and hemoglobin was 6.0 gm%. In OCHRI casualty, Dr. Deepak Kore, CMO and Dr. Rohit Gupta, Vascular Surgeon immediately attended him. Provisional Diagnosis kept was Bull horn injury of Left External Iliac Vein with Intimal injury of Left Common Femoral Artery ( CFA) with Acute Left Lower limb Ischemia ( Lower blood supply) with Shock.

After preliminary examination he was immediately shifted to Operation Theatre for emergency surgical management. Looking into his critical condition even death on table consent was taken from his relatives. He underwent Exploration of wound in OCHRI’s hi-tech modular Operation theatre complex for bleeding with repair & ligation of Lt. External Iliac vein with Lt. Common Femoral artery embolectomy and repair of Common Femoral Artery with evacuation of haematoma by Dr. Rohit Gupta, Vascular Surgeon and Dr. Tushar Bhure, Orthopedic Surgeon. Dr. Smita Harkare provided the necessary intricate anesthesia.

He was admitted in OCHRI CCU and later shifted to ward under care of Dr. Rohit Gupta, Dr. Tushar Bhure and Dr. Rajesh Atal, Critical Care Physician. The team was ably backed by round the clock stationed Intensivists namely Dr. Ganesh Bure, Dr. Umesh Thorat, Dr.Rani Lakhe, Dr. Ashish Shukla, Dr. Saurabh Pathak, Dr.Roshan Jawlekar, Dr. Parag Patil, Dr.Kavita Dhurvey, SMO I/c- Surgery and Dr. Anit Prakash, SMO I/c Wards with their teams.

On behalf of WCL; Dr.Mrs. Rama Rao, Area Medical Officer Incharge, WCL Umrer visited the patient and complimented TEAM OCHRI for the timely able management and efforts to snatch him from jaws of sheer death and discharged him successfully. They conveyed that appreciation is due to OCHRI who always stand upto their expectations of needy central Indians in tackling odd serious cases.

It is added that since its inception two decades back; OCHRI has gained a distinct name as an exemplary accident and emergency management center in view of round the clock Intensive care specialists and around 150 doctors serving through 60 departments under one roof. More than 65 companies and organization of Central India have empanelled OCHRI for the timely quality health care of their beneficiaries.

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