Rare surgery in Mandi hospital

MANDI: Doctors of Lal Bahadur Shastri Government Medical College at Nerchowk in Mandi has conducted abdominal colposacropexy surgery of one female patient successfully on August 30.

Tribune News Service

Mandi, September 10

Doctors of Lal Bahadur Shastri Government Medical College at Nerchowk in Mandi has conducted abdominal colposacropexy surgery of one female patient successfully on August 30. It was for the first time in the state that the surgery was conducted successfully in any government hospital.

Due to lack of such facility in government hospital or medical colleges of state, the patients have to pay hefty amount to private hospitals, where this facility is available.

According to Doctor Devender Sharma, Medical Superintendent, 10 years back the uterus of patient was removed due to some medical complication. The patient was suffering with vault prolapse for the past one month and they decided to conduct the surgery.

“The surgery was conducted under the leadership of Dr Poojan Dogra Mahvah. Apart from this Dr BR Sharma, Dr Rina Sharma, Dr Sunil and Dr Shalini were in a team to conduct the surgery successfully. It was 3 hours long operation and now patient is recuperating speedily” said Dr Devender. She said now she is recuperating speedily.

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