Fortis Hospital, Noida

Designed and developed to deliver patient care with ease, warmth and compassion, Fortis Hospital, Noida serves as a state-of-the-art facility with over 200 beds and 7 operational theaters. The hospital is well known for having one of the oldest and most trusted Kidney Transplant Programmes in Noida, with over 750 successful Kidney Transplants. Positioned as a center of excellence in Oncology, Orthopaedics, Neurosciences, Liver Transplant, Kidney Transplant, Cardiac Sciences and Emergency Trauma Care Services, Fortis Hospital, Noida is the second mega hub hospital in the Fortis Healthcare group, that caters to the special needs of patients and their families.

TECHNOLOGY & INFRASTRUCTURE
256 Slice CT I Best-in-class Emergency Department I Dedicated ICU & HDU I State-of-the-art OTs I MRI & X-ray I Specialised Oncology wing I Pharmacy

ACCREDITATIONS
NABH Accredited Hospital I NABL Accredited Lab

ACHIEVEMENTS
• Ranked No. 4 in D

Designed and developed to deliver patient care with ease, warmth and compassion, Fortis Hospital, Noida serves as a state-of-the-art facility with over 200 beds and 7 operational theaters. The hospital is well known for having one of the oldest and most trusted Kidney Transplant Programmes in Noida, with over 750 successful Kidney Transplants. Positioned as a center of excellence in Oncology, Orthopaedics, Neurosciences, Liver Transplant, Kidney Transplant, Cardiac Sciences and Emergency Trauma Care Services, Fortis Hospital, Noida is the second mega hub hospital in the Fortis Healthcare group, that caters to the special needs of patients and their families.

TECHNOLOGY & INFRASTRUCTURE
256 Slice CT I Best-in-class Emergency Department I Dedicated ICU & HDU I State-of-the-art OTs I MRI & X-ray I Specialised Oncology wing I Pharmacy

ACCREDITATIONS
NABH Accredited Hospital I NABL Accredited Lab

ACHIEVEMENTS
• Ranked No. 4 in Delhi NCR’s Best Private Hospitals by The Week Magazine Survey, 2019
• Ranked Best Hospital in Noida by The Week under Best Hospital magazine survey in 2017 & 2018
• First active Liver Transplant programme in Western UP | Completed 750+ liver transplants with over 95% success rate
• Performed over 10,000 successful knee surgeries

AWARDS
• Gold Award at UP State Energy Conservation Award in 2017
• Silver & Bronze Awards at Government of India National Energy Conservation Awards
• International Training Centre received Award of Merit from American Heart Association in 2017
• Best Super Speciality Hospital in North India Award at National Business Leadership and Service Excellence Awards in 2017
• Patient Safety and Quality Award in 2017
• Pharmacie De Qualite Gold certification for 2017

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The team at Fortis Hospital, Noida recently demonstrated clinical deftness and skill, successfully preventing a crippling injury on a 10-year-old boy from Noida. The emergency team under Dr Dina Shah, Additional Director, Department of Emergency, the team reached the park where Aryan lay on the ground in excruciating pain, bleeding heavily. Dr Vaibhav Mishra, Senior Consultant, Department of Cardio Thoracic & Vascular Surgery performed a major, limb-saving surgery on Aryan Lavania, 10 years, who was seriously injured while playing in his neighbourhood park.

It was a normal sunny afternoon when Aryan was cycling in the park near his home when his bag fell on the ground. He tried to pick the bag up while still in a sitting position on the cycle, but lost balance. The handle bar of his bicycle pierced his left upper thigh, impaling the limb. The emergency team from Fortis, Noida rushed to the spot and resected the child with intravenous fluid and pain management. Due to the hot waves the child became dehydrated eventually and was in that excruciating pain too. The Emergency medical team patiently managed and waited till the cycle vendor came to cut off the handle bar from the cycle. Once the cycle was removed, swiftly took Aryan to the hospital with the lodged part of the handle still inside his thigh. Relevant investigations were quickly done. The patient underwent exploration of the wound and left femoral vessels with the removal of the cycle handle at the operation theatre under close supervision.  Aryan left the Hospital after two days, happily, with few general advisories given by the treating doctors.

Dr. Dina Shah, Additional Director, Department of Emergency, Fortis Hospital, Noida shared, “It was sheer luck that no one tried to yank the handle bar out of Aryan’s limb, else the scenario could have been fatal. For the safety of the patient, it is important that any foreign object that has pierced the body part is left as it is and is cut or attended to externally by experts. People must remember that in a situation like this, it is always best to call an ambulance with trained paramedical staff who can handle situations and support the patient to survive through the crisis and shift the patient to Hospital for definite care.”

Dr. Vaibhav Mishra, Senior Consultant, Department of Cardio Thoracic and Vascular Surgery, Fortis Hospital, Noida shared, “Foreign object in such cases can cuts through major blood vessels, if it is forcefully pulled out, there could be uncontrolled and excessive bleeding, proving fatal in some cases. We repaired his bleeding vessels, had his reconstructive skin and tissue surgery. The patient left the Hospital for his home after 48 hours.”

Dr Kousar Ali Shah, Zonal Director, Fortis Hospital, Noida said, “The vital focus for our team has always been combining quality expertise with compassionate and swift delivery of patient-centric healthcare services.  Even though Aryan was bought in a perilous situation and had lost a lot of blood, our emergency team with active assistance from the cardio-thoracic division carefully planned the surgery meticulously, ensuring that the patient goes back home having recovered successfully”.

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Doctors at Fortis Noida recently performed a rare lifesaving, complex and extremely intensive surgery on a 48-year-old patient to remove a large tumour measuring 7 x 8 cms-sq. The tumour, which was similar to a cricket ball, occupied close to 60% of the heart. The team at Fortis Noida which performed this complex surgery was led by Dr Vaibhav Mishra, Senior Consultant, Cardio Thoracic & Vascular Surgery, Fortis Hospital, Noida.

The patient, Poonam, 48 years, a resident of Ghaziabad, suffered from sudden breathlessness and wheezing while her heart beat became fast and erratic. She was rushed to a nearby hospital in Ghaziabad where it was discovered that her heart function (ejection fraction) was only 25 %.  The tumour, also known as Myxoma, was quite big for the heart, which measures only about 12 x 8 cms-sq. It had occupied one entire chamber of the heart (close to 60%), obstructing the flow of blood. It was very likely that in this state, the patient could have suffered from sudden cardiac death or congestive cardiac failure.  

The tumour was mounting enormous pressure on the neighbouring chamber and hindered the flow of blood which led to grossly abnormal liver functions. The tumour was also very friable and could have broken apart lodging itself into the brain which could have caused a stroke. In a nutshell, considering that our heart is just about the size of our fist, the tumour was large enough to damage the heart and surrounding organs.

Dr. Vaibhav Mishra, Senior Consultant, Department of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery, Fortis Hospital, Noida said, “The surgical procedure itself was tremendously challenging because of the sheer size of tumour within the heart chamber. Since it was also compressing the major structures, it became difficult to establish a cardio pulmonary bypass and stop the heart. However, we were able to remove the tumour completely from the heart and the patent made an uneventful and gratifying recovery, leaving the hospital in 6 days. Her heart function also increased and was nearly normal by the time she was discharged.”

Dr. Kousar A Shah, Zonal Director, Fortis Hospital, Noida said, “While we have piloted several complex surgeries in the past, this case could have been a lost cause when the patient reached us. I had full faith in the team and knew that they would carefully craft a method through which they could approach the problem and find the solution. They put in a herculean effort and were sensitive and intricate in their execution, aided by state of the art technology, infrastructure, trained, resourceful and skilled manpower.”

According to the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, primary tumors are those that originate in the heart and are rare, occurring in one out of 2,000 people, occur in the age group 20-50. Tumors that originate in another part of the body and then spread to the heart are called secondary tumors. A noncancerous primary heart tumor (myxoma) usually develops in the left upper chamber (atrium) of the heart and tends to be more common among women. The symptoms of myxoma are usually that of any other cardiac disease - shortness of breath, palpitations, abnormal heart rhythm or sometimes, stroke. Surgery is the only treatment and when done in early stages, it is quite straightforward, but as the size increases the operation becomes technically demanding and risky.

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