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Cardio Thoracic Operation Theatre
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About Hindu Mission Hospital
Hindu Mission Hospital was started on 5th Dec 1982 as a not for profit hospital at Chennai – Tambaram
Over the past few decades the hospital has developed into a 250 bed Multi-Specialty Tertiary Care Centre with a state of the art Heart Institute, 9 operation theatres, highly skilled doctors and well trained nurses. The hospital performs life saving critical surgeries in all the specialties.
The Hospital is also a training centre for Doctors and Nursing staff. Hindu Mission Hospital runs a nursing school and nursing college and is a centre for post graduate fellowship program for Doctors.
Hindu Mission Hospital is also a Research Institute involved in trials and clinical research.
The rapid growth of the hospital has been mirrored by its ability to add on new equipment, departments and staff every year. This has led to an ever increasing demand from the patients for newer and better facilities that the hospital strives to achieve.
With continuous focus on service to the community, the Hospital’s reach out has spread to more than 110 villages around Tambaram, through daily medical camps based on three different projects,
Daily Camp (Bhaktha Jana Seva), where a General Physician treats the patients in the camps directly.
Weekly Camp (Narayana Seva) where 6 disciplinary Doctors meet patients with different ailments and treat them.
Weekly Eye Camp (Kannappanar Camp) to identify cataract patients in the villages and treat them.
Screened patients who require further medication, procedures or surgeries are referred to the base hospital. All these, along with food are provided free to the under privileged patients at the hospital. The patients are reviewed after surgeries are dropped back to their villages by the hospital.
Experienced person can contact
Phone : (044) 222 622 44
- Fundus photo analyzer
- 24 x 7 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
- Paediatrics Dental Care
- Exclusive Modular Theatre for Neurology and Orthopedic Surgery
- Radiology department upgraded with new CT-Scan and Mammogram
Balloon mitral valvotomy was performed by Dr Rakesh Gopal Consultant Interventional Cardiologist on 19/02/14 at our Hospital on a young lady with a tight mitral stenosis and severe Pulmonary HT and NYHA Class IV symptoms.
The patient had grossly elevated LA mean pressure. The 32 year old lady tolerated the procedure very well. Well split medial and lateral commissures during procedure. No mitral regurgitation post procedure. LA mean pressure dropped to 10 mm Hg from 30 mm Hg. PA pressure came down to 40 mm Hg from 108 mm Hg. Patient is well now and has no functional limitations.
A 70 Years old patient with a deformed knee bent about 45 degrees inwards had one such complex knee surgeries. He had a bone defect measuring about 2 to 3 cm in the tibial bone. This had to be corrected using his own bone. Then, Knee replacement surgery was done by Dr. R.M.Sivasubramaniam successfully and the patient is now walking well.
On Wednesday 4th June 2014, State Bank of India donated a van to Hindu Mission Hospital to help hospital's daily rural outreach programme. The ambulance which costs 10.57 lakhs will be used to travel to far-flung rural pockets around the extended suburbs of Chennai.
A 15 year old girl presented to our ENT department with complaints of swelling in the right side of the neck for one month. She also had fever and pain for 10 years. On examination, a para-pharyngeal mass was noted, which was non-tender, firm to touch, with no warmth. The mass had pushed the uvula to the opposite side. Mucosa was intact and not congested. MRI of the neck was taken, which showed a mass in the right para-pharyngeal space encompassing the carotid and jugular vessels. An image-guided FNAC was done which showed a small round cell tumour. Immuno-histochemistry was done and a diagnosis of Burkitt’s Lymphoma was made. The patient is currently undergoing chemotherapy.
Angioplasty for completely occluded artery is a real challenge, especially when it is at the very beginning of a coronary artery. We do such angioplasties. This is such a case, where Left anterior descending artery, blocked from ostium was revascularized and successfully stented with a medicated stent.
Diabetes Institute Inauguration on 06-11-2014
CT Scan Inauguration on 02-09-2014
Chronic Total Occlusion of LAD.
Chronic total occlusion of LAD. Bypass not feasible due to poor target vessel. Failed Angioplasty earlier.
Successful angioplasty with special wire, microcath.
Bentall procedure was performed on a 35years old male with a dilated aortic root(main blood vessel carrying blood to all parts of the body).
This condition if left untreated could result in acute dissection of aorta or rupture of aorta, which could have life threatening consequences. Hindu Mission Hospital has performed this surgery on the patient under C.M. Scheme. The aortic root with aortic valve was replaced using a synthetic graft with prosthetic valve. Due to the combined efforts of the team headed by Dr. A.S.Hariharan, Cardiothoracic Surgeon, patient had a smooth post operative period and was discharged on 6th post operative day.
Bentall Procedure Image
Patent ductus Arteriosus
3 Year old girl with large Patent ductus Arteriosus (abnormal connection between Aorta and Pulmonary Artery) underwent successful non surgical closure of defect with PDA device at Hindu Mission Hospital.
Free - CARDIO-THORACIC Camp
Hindu Mission Hospital, Tambaram
FREE CARDIO-THORACIC CAMP
Free Consultation,ECG & 50% off on Echocardiogram.
Date: 23rd April'17 ( Sunday)
Saving leg from amputation - Angioplasty for arteries of legs.Done by our Senior Consultant Dr. Rakesh Gopal.
Patient with long standing diabetes, critical limb ischaemia and foot ulceration. Risk of amputation, averted by angioplasty for total occlusion of anterior tibial artery and peroneal artery. Many amputations can be avoided in diabetics with timely intervention. One situation where angioplasty is best used.