Timely and Proper Treatment can Avoid Amputation among Diabetics: Dr Ravul Jindal

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Timely and Proper Treatment can Avoid Amputation among Diabetics: Dr Ravul Jindal

 India is the diabetes capital of the world and eight to 10 percent of diabetic patients will develop foot problems. Around five percent of the patients have to undergo amputation of leg if they are not treated properly. This program was conducted to train doctors on how to prevent amputation.

Dr. Ravul Jindal, Director – Vascular Surgery at Fortis Hospital, Mohali, conducted “Infra Popliteal Angioplasty Course” at Fortis Hospital here to train doctors on how to prevent amputation. 10 consultants attended the meeting from India and Iraq. The focus of the training was ballooning of arteries in patients with diabetic foot to restore blood supply, which requires finesse and technique.

 

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While giving the information, Dr. Jindal said, “Amputation is a big burden, not just on the patient, but also for the society in terms of social as well as economic burden.”

Timely and Proper Treatment can Avoid Amputation among Diabetics: Dr Ravul Jindal

On why is saving a foot so difficult, he said, saving a foot is difficult because not enough trained doctors/centres are there who can provide treatment such as infra popliteal angioplasty, Carbon dioxide guided angioplasty, retrograde punctures and post op ICU care.

 

He informed five cases were operated upon as a part of the course. Four patients were from Punjab and one from Haryana. All 5 cases were successful and patients are doing well. Speaking about recovery he said, patient is admitted for one day and discharged the next day after the procedure. Follow up is done after one week.

Timely and Proper Treatment can Avoid Amputation among Diabetics: Dr Ravul Jindal

“I would like to express my thanks to the management and staff. I have identified distinguished physicians and surgeons in the treatment of vascular diseases. I have benefitted greatly from the training course. I have learned new and valuable information from Dr Ravul Jindal,’’ said Dr Bassam, Vascular Surgeon, Baghdad, Iraq.

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About Fortis Hospital Mohali

Fortis Hospital Mohali is a 355 bed, JCI and NABH-certified, multispecialty care hospital. The hospital commenced operations in 2001, and is today considered one of the most recognized cardiac hospitals of India. Located in the heart of Punjab over 8.22 acres, the tertiary hospital has a comprehensive team of clinicians delivering world-class patient care, supported by advanced technology. In July 2014, Fortis Hospital Mohali added the 55-bed ‘Fortis Cancer Institute’ on its premises to offer the latest and most comprehensive Medical, Surgical and Radiation Therapy modalities.

Timely and Proper Treatment can Avoid Amputation among Diabetics: Dr Ravul Jindal

About Fortis Healthcare Limited:

Fortis Healthcare Limited is a leading integrated healthcare delivery service provider in India. The healthcare verticals of the company primarily comprise hospitals, diagnostics and day care specialty facilities. Currently, the company operates its healthcare delivery services in India, Dubai, Mauritius and Sri Lanka with 45 healthcare facilities (including projects under development), approximately 10,000 potential beds and 374 diagnostic centres.

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