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October 12, 2019

Recently I have get a call from Mr. Hainik living in Algeria, asking that my 6 months baby boy is having hole in his heart which is called by doctor Atrial septal defect. I would like to know is there any another approach to close the opening without having open heart surgical procedure. Can ASD/ VSD closure can be done just by medical management? An atrial septal deformity is a hole in heart which separates the two upper chambers medically called as the right atrium and left atrium. We can see the hole in the different part of the septum. Now a days doctors are practicing to close the hole without the open heart surgery but it’s totally depend on the location of the hole in heart. The hole in secundum artrial septal and patent foramen ovale (PFO) can be close without the surgical procedure. This procedure is done in the cardiac catheterization lab without surgery. But we have to know that all the atrial defect in the child can’t handle without the surgery. The Non-surgical procedure to close the hole of heart is by implanting a device into the hole to "plug it up" from inside the heart. This is practiced by passing a little tube (catheter) from a vein situated in the crotch and up into the heart. The methodology is performed in the Cath-Lab and doesn't require open heart procedure. Many medical devices are available for this procedure and the results

September 17, 2019

Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting (CABG) is most common procedure for heart blockage in India and have almost 100% success rate in good hospitals. Before going for CABG, It is mandatory to confirm how many arteries are blockages by Angiography (CAG). I am sharing the most common causes of heart problems but remember some people have by birth heath defect so there is not a particular or known reason for blockage. As per medical sciences, main causes for congenital heart blockage are due to autoimmune disease such as lupus which is reach to a child from his/her mother’s umbilical cord or heart didn’t develop correctly in womb. We will try to find out the causes of heart blockage which developed later in life; 1. During the any type of previous surgery, can be a cause for cardiac defects, as sometimes the electrical system of heart didn’t work properly 2. Arteries are damaged by previous heart attack which can be caused by spasm of a coronary artery. Due to spasm in coronary arteries blood circulation restricted its function to supply blood to the heart. 3. Changes in your genes can also a cause of arterial blockage. 4. Cardiac disease like heart failure or arterial plaque or infection of heart muscles. Heart failure is usuall

August 23, 2019

HEART PROBLEMS AND THEIR TREATMENTSIf you are above 60 of your age and having blood pressure, high cholesterol or diabetes problem then you are on the target of heart disease. No doubt a person can have heart problems in any stage of life. We are sharing the some warning sign of heart attack but someone can face cardiac problem without any symptoms also. a. Pain or Discomfort in chest b. Light-headedness, nausea, vomiting, heartburn or stomach pain c. Backache, Neck or Jaw pain, continuous cough d. Get exhausted, pain in arm, Shortness of breath, sweating, irregular heartbeats and Snoring All the above symptoms are leading to alarming situation of severe heart disease. There are few types of arteries problems in which heart arteries didn’t supply the nutrients and oxygen to the body by circulating system of blood. If you find out the arteries problems, then usually problems are; a. Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM) is very common heart disease in which heart can’t pump properly due to weakness of heart muscles. This weakness results the dilated chamber of heart. Usually DCM effects left ventricles. b. Myocardial Infraction (MI) it is commonly known as heart attack. This is usually o

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August 14, 2019


As a Medical Tourism professional over a decade, I have witnessed thousands of complicated and non-complicated surgeries in India and very proud to say that 99.9% surgeries are well-performed and safe. This is because doctors take a strict precaution PRE and POST surgeries. I have seen that nursing staffs and doctors are more careful about patient post-surgery than the pre-surgery to minimize the infection ratio. They follow the guideline set by WHO to improve medical communication and reduce medical complication and negligence during the surgery. Most of the hospitals have no verbal communication policy except emergency. WHO suggests that failed communication in Operation Theatre mostly leads to delay medical recovery and/or infection.

  India is considered one of the cost effective medical tourism destination but I would like to add that cost is very least reason for the growth of Indian medical tourism. No patient is ready to do surgery with high risk what so ever cost is. They are only bothered about quality and safety. Of course it is best if quality and safety comes with minimum budget. Marlin Medical Assistance Pvt. Ltd. knows your wish and requirements and that’s

August 8, 2019

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Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting which is popularly known as CABG is one of the most common and popular medical surgeries which are useful in treating severe cases of coronary artery blockage. CABG is also known as Bypass Surgery, Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery, as well as Heart Bypass Surgery. If your doctor has advised you to undergo Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting (CABG), then you need to know about certain aspects of this medical procedure before proceeding with the same. Here are several details of this medical procedure.

Preparation for CABG: One of the first steps which need to be performed before commencement of the procedure are basic to advanced medical tests. Some of the most common tests which are performed for CABG include the following:

  1. Electrocardiogram (EKG):EKG is a prime medical test which is recommended to patients who have heart problems. With the help of this test, the source of blockage in the heart is recognized. It determines the characteristic of heart rate frequency.
  2. Electrocardiography:Here, echo waves ar

July 25, 2019

liver-donationYour organ donation can save the life of your beloved and increase their quality life. Donor has positive emotional attachment from the patients as he has given his liver to him. He should be treated like REAL HERO as he saved a life of dying person. Transplants can improve patients’ wellbeing and personal satisfaction, enabling them to come back to normal routine life. It is medically proven that a living donor is better than deceased donor in term of outcome and recovery. Living donor organ has less chances of organ rejection. A living donor makes a plan for surgery during the time which best fit for both recipient and donor. A living donor can stay in the hospital almost 10 days and most donors come back to works and typical exercises in a single month, although some may require some extra time.

July 22, 2019

liver-transplant-in-india May be your doctor has suggested you a liver transplant (LTP) but you don’t know what is this? Why it is for me? How I can prepare myself for a transplant? We Know that you have too many questions about this procedure and want to learn more about liver chronic disease and high-end surgery. We also understand that decision of liver transplant can be confusing time for you and your family.   Let’s reveal the A-Z Guide of Liver Transplant;

  • Not all the liver cirrhosis or long term active infection like hepatitis B or C can requires the LTP. Double check about the disease before you plan for it.
  • Patients who required LTP are suffering from liver damage due to excess use of alcohol or primary biliary cirrhosis or chronic hepatitis B/C or liver thrombosis I mean vein clot or damage and defect of liver or bile ducts by birth or Meta disorders associated with liver failure.
  • There are two type of liver transplant all across the world (a) Living donor transplant (b) Deceased donor transplant
  • For the confirmation a

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July 12, 2019


The goal of radiation therapy is to destroy cancer by using high energy waves without hurting healthy cells in the body. But this treatment can cause side effects sooner or later. The effects can be different for everyone depends on the type of radiation one get, how much you get, which part of your body gets treatment, and how healthy you are overall. You cannot predict how radiation therapy can affect you. Some may have few side effects and some very severe ones.

How Soon The Side Effects Can Come? There are two types of side effects: Early and Late. Early effects such as nausea and fatigue that usually don’t last long. These effects may start during the treatment and last for several weeks but eventually get better. The late effects such as lung or heart problem. These side effects may take years to show up and remains permanent when they appear. However, the most common side-effects are skin problems, fatigue, and hair loss, and nausea. What are the other early side effects from Radiation Therapy? Other early side effects depend on where you get the radiation. Some of the early side effects are: –

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July 7, 2019

Breast CancerIn the US most of the breast cancer symptoms are found at an early stage by using regular mammography screening. A mammography is a tool which uses X-rays to create images of the breast which we called mammograms. The tool is very effective to find breast cancer in most women.

But not all breast cancers are found through it. Sometimes it also used as a follow-up test when there are something abnormal found in mammogram images and a follow-up test instead of screening is called diagnostic mammogram.

In past images of mammogram were stored on the film called film mammography, images are usually stored in a computer called digital mammography. This change helped a radiologist to read mammograms in an easy way and help in sharing easily with another radiologist.

It is found that the warning signs are not the same for all the women in breast cancer. Some common symptoms are a change in the look or feel of the breast, a change in the look or feel of the nipple. Here are the following are the major 8 signs of breast cancer.

8 warning signs

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July 6, 2019

To know Cancer causes, types, treatment, Symptoms & Signs, one should know all the Cancer facts. Following are the 5 Cancer Facts which will cover everything you want to know about Cancer: – 1. In simple terms, uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells anywhere in the body is known as Cancer. Abnormal cells are termed as: – a. Cancer Cells b. Malignant c. Tumor Cells 2. There are more than 200 types of cancer and the general names of some cancers are: – a. Carcinoma: – Cancer that begins in internal organs like skin, colon, lung, and pancreatic. b. Sarcoma: – Cancer that begins in bone, fat, blood vessels, cartilage, muscle or tissue. c. Leukaemia: – Cancer that begins in blood-forming tissue like bone marrow. d. Lymphoma and Myeloma: – Cancer that starts in the cells of the immune system e. Central Nervous System Cancers: – Cancer that starts in the spinal cord or the tissues of the brain. The major causes of cancer are: – 1. Chemical or Toxic compound Exposures 2. Ionizing Radiation 3. Pathogens 4. Genetics The symptoms & signs of cancer depend on the type of cancer, Here is the list of few signs of cancer which were described by The American Cancer Society:- 1. Change in bladder habits or in bowel 2. Unusual bleeding like nipple secretions 3. Difficulty swallowing or Indigestion 4. Hoarseness or nagging cough 5. The sore throat that does no

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