Gurugram 12 Nov : , A man aged 67 was granted a fresh start after doctors at Manipal Hospital treated his Brain hemorhage as well as a Heart attack.Gurugram, November 12, 2008 : A doctor at Manipal Hospital in Gurugram successfully treated a 67-year old man for a Brain hemorhage and he also suffered a Heart attack.The patient was brought to the hospital with a complaint of headache and chest discomfort.A patient complained of discomfort in his chest and headaches.
Patient presented to hospital complaining of chest pain and headaches.After several blood tests, Brain scanning, and evaluation it was found that the patient was suffering from internal bleeding inside his head which was the major reason for the headache.
The patient presented to the hospital with a headache and chest discomfort.After extensive Brain scans, blood tests, and an evaluation, it was determined that the main cause of the headache was internal bleeding.
Following several tests and Brain scanning, the doctor determined the cause for the headache to be internal bleeding.It was also found that he also suffered a Heart attack which made the situation even worse, resulting in blackouts, chest pain, and other discomforts, the hospital said in a statement on Friday.
The hospital released a statement Friday stating that the patient had also experienced a Heart attack, which led to blackouts and chest pains.In a Friday statement, the hospital stated that the patient also had a Heart attack.
This made matters worse and caused blackouts, chest pains, and other unpleasant symptoms.
In a two-day long procedure, the doctors began with a surgery called intracranial coiling to control the patient’s internal bleeding inside his head.Two-day procedure.Doctors began by performing intracranial coiling, which is a surgical technique to stop the patient’s internal bleeding.
The doctors performed a procedure called intracranial looping on the patient to reduce his internal bleeding.It took two days.
“Usually, in Brain bleeding cases any blood thinner medicines have to be stopped immediately to avoid further bleeding, that is Haemorrhage but, in this case, the same could not be done as the patient had suffered a Heart attack which made the surgery even more complicated,” said Col (Dr) Monik Mehta, Chief & Sr Consultant Interventional Cardiology, Manipal Hospital, Gurugram, in the statement.In a statement, Col (Dr.Monik Mehta said that blood thinners must be discontinued immediately in cases of Brain bleeding.However, this was not possible in this instance because the patient suffered a severe Heart attack, which complicated the procedure.”Normally, any blood thinner medication must be stopped in case of Brain bleeding.But, in this particular instance, due to the fact that the patient had experienced a Heart attack and made it more difficult to perform the surgery, we could not do the same,” stated Col (Dr.) Monik Mehta.
Thereafter, as the patient’s Heart condition deteriorated due to chest pain and low blood pressure, the team opted to perform a lifesaving Heart procedure — coronary angioplasty.
The team decided to do a life-saving procedure called coronary angioplasty after the patient’s condition worsened from chest pain and low blood sugar.After the Heart conditions of the patient deteriorated, they decided to have a lifesaving surgery called Coronary Angioplasty.
“When the patient came to the hospital, he already had a history of severe headaches and blackout.The patient had suffered from severe headaches, blackouts, and other symptoms before he arrived at the hospital.
He had been suffering from blackout and severe headaches since his last visit to the hospital.This was a complicated case because the line of treatment for both these surgeries is different and requires immense experience.
Because each of these procedures is unique and require extensive experience, this was an extremely complicated case.It was complicated because each surgery requires a different approach and requires a lot of experience.
The treatment modality was very critical, as any wrong treatment could have harmed either the Heart or the Brain,” Mehta said, adding that both surgeries were successful, and the patient was saved.Mehta stated that the treatment method was crucial as wrong treatments could have caused damage to the Heart and brain.
However, both operations were successful and the patient was saved.Mehta explained that it was critical to choose the right treatment as the wrong treatment could harm the Brain or heart.
“He is now doing well and is leading a healthy and normal life,” Mehta noted.Mehta stated that “he is doing well” and was leading a normal, healthy life.
Mehta said, “He’s doing great and leading a normal and healthy lifestyle #Rare #occurrence #Brain #Haemorrhage #Heart #failure.