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Fortis Hospital, Kalyan has fast established a benchmark in healthcare and medical facilities in the neighbourhood of Kalyan. Since its inception in 2007, the hospital has been equipped with Centres of Excellence in diverse medical fields such as cardiac sciences, neuro sciences, orthopaedics (knee, hip replacement and arthroscopies) and MAS. It remains one of the pioneering institutions in the field of Cardiac Care in the city.
Fortis Kalyan has one of the most effective ICU and Casualty care services. These are modelled on international care standards to provide round the clock critical care services to ensure better emergency response and efficient critical care for our patients. Our excellent operation theatres and cath labs are committed to providing immediate care and treatment to critically ill patients.
18yr old Siddhant Bipin, a train mishap victim was discharged from Fortis Hospital, Kalyan, on Saturday, 2nd April. Resident of Ambarnath, Siddhant, met with a near-fatal accident and sustained multiple injuries to his Brain, Lung, Liver, right leg and collar bone. He was admitted to hospital as a case of Polytrauma, under the care of Dr Ashok Borisa, Laparoscopic surgeon, Fortis Hospital, Kalyan.
The investigations and scan results revealed multiple internal and external injuries. Multidisciplinary team of doctors was swiftly mobilized for his treatment. “The head injury had caused bleeding inside the patient’s brain; the Neurology Team carefully monitored his condition and provided medical aid. The patient responded positively to the treatment; and his injuries could be managed with medical management. His condition improved without requirement of invasive surgery. The patient’s condition was monitored by the team of doctors continuously for possible complications,” said Dr Ashok Borisa. However, the fracture in the patient’s right leg had to be fixed with a surgery, which was conducted by Dr Sachin Bhonsle, Senior Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Fortis Hospital.
After two weeks’ stay at Fortis Hospital, Siddhant’s condition improved significantly, and he was discharged on 2nd April. With all internal and external injuries healed, the doctors expect him to walk normally soon.
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