Scenario of the Liver Transplantation in Indiaby Shri Niwas Prajapati Digital Marketing
The word liver is derived from a Greek word called Hepat. The Liver is a vital organ of human body. It is located in vertebrates. Functions of the liver include detoxification of various metabolites, synthetization of protein in body and production of biochemical vital for digestion. Other vital functions involve maintaining glycogen storage, de-compositing red blood cells (RBC) and generating hormones. The Liver is the only organ in the human body that has tendency to grow cells and rebuild itself.
Presently there are no alternatives to compensate liver function for long-term, albeit for short-term liver dialysis technique can be used. As of 2018, the only technique to treat liver failure is liver transplantation. Liver or Hepatic transplantation is the substitution of the affected liver with a healthy liver from another person (living donors between the ages of 18 and 55 years of age, compatible in terms of blood type). Average length of stay of recipient is 21 days and that of donor is 10 days. Liver transplantation is opted for the patient with acute liver failure or last stage liver disease. Liver transplantation is required when functions of the liver have defected to a level that it has lost all its tendency to regenerate. Reasons of liver failure include any long-standing liver disease, generalized diseases, severejaundice, liver failure, Primary Biliary Cirrhosis, Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, hepatitis C virusoverdose, Hepatoblastoma (children), hepatocellular carcinoma (adults) etc.
It is imperative to choose the most efficient platform to avail liver transplantation as there are various factors that matter to make the process of liver transplantation a success. Some of the vital factors include the quality and experience of the Hepatologist, transplant surgeons, paramedical staff, Physiotherapists, Anaesthesiologists, and Psychologists. Apart from the best quality medical staff, regular and updated team of transplant coordinators, and nutritionists increasing the chances of success of liver transplantation.
How MedMonks plays a vital role in making the process of liver transplantation a success?
MedMonks is the first healthcare provider recognized by Government of India with a certification from Department of Industrial Policy or Promotion (DIPP). It is a team of Healthcare Professionals and Analysts who work with the sole objective to serve as a platform that bridges the information and service gaps by linking the patient to the best healthcare services in India. We become part of patient’s medical journey by first analysing the current status of liver and overall health of the body. After interpretation of the data required to know the status of overall health by our medical professionals, we deduce the best healthcare service providers for liver transplantation and connect them with the prospective patient.
We have tie-ups with the best healthcare service providers all across India who are excellent in their respective fields and are delivering high success rates for a long time. Medanta (Gurugram), MAX Saket (New Delhi), Fortis Malar (Chennai), Gleneagles Global (Chennai), Fortis Escorts (New Delhi), BLK (New Delhi and Jaypee (New Delhi) are the best healthcare service providers with organized Healthcare Management System and well-generated connectivity with the renowned blood banks. There are several factors taken into consideration by MedMonks to check the credibility and quality of Healthcare Service Providers, for example, Quality of OT facilities with laminar flow, Pathology Department, Immunology facilities, and Hepatobiliary Critical Care Unit etc.
MedMonks also take care of other factors related to patient to help prepare for the liver transplantation, we connect patient to the healthcare service providers with availability for stay and ICU and also make sure to provide them with resources to ensure efficient care after surgery. Stay happy and healthy with MedMonks.
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