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March 08, 2018
Over 400 people participate in World Kidney Day Walkathon
A walkathon was organized on the occasion of World Kidney Day to increase awareness about Renal HGet more info
December 23, 2017
Sahayak: A support group for dialysis patients
A meeting of Sahayak, a support group for dialysis patients and their caregivers, was organized aGet more info
December 07, 2017
Eye check-up camp
An Eye Check-Up Camp was organized for the staff of CPWD at Nizam Palace, in which, 45 people werGet more info
October 12, 2017
Talk on Ergonomic Factors and Stress Management
An awareness talk on Ergonomic Factors & Stress Managament was organized for the employeGet more info
October 12, 2017
Eye check-up camp for students
Fortis Hospital and Kidney Institute, Kolkata, organized an 'Eye Check-Up Camp' in association wiGet more info
August 26, 2016
SAHAYAK for daylasis patients
Fortis Hospital & Kidney Institute, Rashbehari, Kolkata - arranged on "SAHAYAK" FOR DGet more info
- Sangita Guha
Special thanks to ICU doctors, nursing team. For Dr. Suchandro Das & Dr. Shrinivas Narayan I am with my family now. They re back me to my family.
Thank you. - Sangita Guha
- Ramesh Maharjan
All team members including doctors & stuffs are very friendly. They have taken good care of me & well coordination.
All the best for all the upcoming projects! - Ramesh Maharjan
- Banasri Roy
Fortis Hospital & Kidney Institute has given my father a new lease of life, who was suffering from dreaded disease like Cancer. I would like to thank Dr. Shivaji Basu, who is associated with this organization & I am also grateful to all th...
- Prajit Ranjan De
The stay had been very good. Very friendly and caring staff. Most importantly Dr P.S. Choudhury had been great support during this time. His timely treatment and counselling helped the family to take the care of the situation appropriately. ...
- Amulya Banerjee
I am fully satisfied with the services provided by you all. Specially Nursing team namely Komal, Hashi Rani, Ranjita, Rituparna,Ashim,Mou,Sweety and Nirmal. Even Housekeeping staff Pushpa also did a very good job.Everyone took great care and every...
- Shantanu Dey
My son had been in a critical stage when we had brought him to Fortis. But now today at the time of discharge I would thank to God for sending doctors like Shivaji Basu who has magical hands to make any patient get relief from his/her pain with fu...
- Sk. Mahammad Bakshi
I am thankful to my doctor Dr. A. R. Dutta for helping me recover from my pain at last. And also thankful to all the staff who had provided me with their tireless service.
- Chandi Charan Das
My stay would not have been good without your support. I do not have any special word to thank any one of you specially. You guys do a tireless hard work which reflects on patient’s painful faces as a smile. God Bless you all. Still I ...
- Sunil Kumar Dey
I appreciate and express my sincere gratitude to all kind and professional care givers of Fortis Rashbehari Branch. All members and staff of the hospital from cleaning, billing, admission, nursing desks and respected...
- Biswanath Dutta
I am very much satisfied with the services provided by Fortis. Each and every staff had been so kind,helpful that cannot be explained in words. Special mention: Medical team: Dr. Shivaji Basu;Nursing team:Hashi Rani,Komal, Rituparna; Patient Exper...
- Subhamoy Chatterjee
Myself Shubhomoy and My special thanks goes to Dr. Shivaji Basu.I stayed here for 8 days and found all the staff to be extremely helpful and cooperative. I want to mention few names from Nursing Komal, Ashim and from Housekeeping Ms. Pushpa....
- Krishnendu Chattopadhyay
During my stay in the
hospitalI have found people serving with the utmost dedication and effort in the true sens...
I was admitted in Fortis Rash Bihari Avenue with
prostateenlargement which was operated by Mr A R Chakraborty
Fortis is best in Hospitalisation. All the
team workare fabulous and team members are really very cooperative. Mukti Prasad Dung
I myself Samir Ranjan De Chaudhuri had been admitted under Dr. Partha Karmakar. I am feeling much better now than with the condition for which I got admitted here. My doctor had handled each of my
Samir Ranjan De Chaudhuri
I was admitted to FHKI on 13th of March’19 and got discharged on 16th March’19. I stayed
atcabin 1051. During my Capt. B.K. Nandi
This is to inform you that today I am getting discharged. I am very much satisfied with the way I was being handled from my critical condition
Although it is not so desirable to get admitted in Hospital
butsometimes it becomes inevitable to do so. As a Dipashri Roy Choudhury
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11 year old Sohom* came to the Paediatric Urology OPD in Fortis Hospital and Kidney Institute, complaining of pain during urination and blood stained urine since 3 weeks. Sohom, a shy boy from a remote village of Burdwan, had undergone treatment from a local physician with antibiotics for a presumed urinary tract infection, but there was no significant improvement. The child denied any history of trauma or assault. He neither had any history of viral fever, nor any bleeding tendency in the past. On local examination he had lower abdominal tenderness. Ultrasound revealed a tube like structure within the urinary bladder. X-ray confirmed a large coiled tube within the urinary bladder extending into the penis. Although the child denied initially, but on counseling he said that he had inserted a plastic tube within his urinary passage. The initial tube got displaced within the bladder. To retrieve it he introduced a second tube, which also got lost within the penile opening. He couldn’t disclose these incidents to his parents out of embarrassment. Dr Pushkar Shyam Chowdhury, Consultant, Urologist, decided to do a cystoscopic evaluation and possible retrieval of the tubes. If endoscopic attempt failed, the child would need his bladder to be cut open for retrieval of the foreign body. Cystoscopy revealed a black electric wire around 5 cm long within the urethra. This was retrieved endoscopically. But there was another white electric wire, around 35 cm long within the bladder which got twisted and knotted. Retrieving it through the narrow urethra was the biggest challenge. This wire was untwisted and unknotted endoscopically and retrieved in toto without causing any further injury to the natural passage. The child was kept on catheter for one week for the internal injuries to heal. The child was healthy after catheter removal and could pass urine normally. Finally, psychiatric consultation was done to prevent further attempts at insertion of other foreign bodies in the natural orifices.
Most foreign bodies in the lower genitourinary tract are self-inserted via the urethras as a result of exotic impulses, psychometric problems, sexual curiosity or sexual practice while intoxicated. Foreign bodies in the lower urinary tract can be removed and cured with immediate diagnosis and proper management. However, if foreign bodies remain persistently, complications such as infection, stones, fistula formation and sepsis leading to even death may occur. Foreign body removal should always be attempted endoscopically. However in case of large foreign bodies, those impacted in the wall or difficult situations like this case may warrant open surgeries.
*name changed, to protect privacy.