A healthy body is the dweller of a sound mind. While considering the medical treatment facilities, the name of India mounts to the top as one of the best seats for healthcare. Medical tourism in India includes Urology, Organ Transplant, Ophthalmolgy, Orthopedics, Infertility treatment, ENT, Neurology, Cosmetic Surgery, cardiology, Cancer, Ayurveda, Dental Implants and more. Medical treatment in India is done in the most modern way by the highly acclaimed medical professionals. Because of India's multi-dimensional and comparatively low cost healthcare benefits, people from all around the world consider coming to India for their medical treatments. The Medical Tourism initiative is directed towards helping people worldwide to facilitate best treatments and medical care in India, which is one of the most promising medical travel destinations in the world owing to highly skilled pool of medical professionals and low cost cutting edge technologies of medical science.
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Orthopedic Surgery is the branch of surgery concerned with conditions involving the musculoskeletal system. Orthopedic surgeons use both surgical and nonsurgical means to treat musculoskeletal trauma, spine diseases, sports injuries, degenerative diseases, infections, tumors, and congenital disorders.
The word Orthopedics comes from two Greek words, ortho, meaning straight and pais, meaning child. Originally, orthopedic surgeons dealt with bone deformities in children, using braces to straighten the child's bones. With the development of anesthesia and an understanding of the importance of aseptic methods in surgery, orthopedic surgeons extended their role to include surgery involving the bones and related nerves and connective tissue.
Orthopedic sometimes spelled orthopaedic surgery is surgery performed by a medical specialist, such as an orthopedist or orthopedic surgeon, trained to deal with problems that develop in the bones, joints, and ligaments of the human body.
Some of the conditions and diseases an orthopaedic surgeon treats include:
Oncology is a special branch of medicine that deals with the study and treatment of cancer. The term oncology originates from the Greek word onkos meaning bulk or tumor.
Oncology mainly deals with the diagnosis of cancer, therapy which includes surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy and others.
The most significant diagnostic tool used in the study of oncology is medical history. It includes specific symptoms experienced by the patient and nature of complaint. Other diagnostic tools are
Biopsy - a medical test which involves removal of cells or tissues from possible area of malignancy for microscopic examination
Endoscopy - This involves internal examination of the patient's body by inserting a small scope to view the lesion.
X-Ray, CT scan, Ultrasound - These are radiological techniques used to examine the patient.
Blood Tests - Pathological examination like blood tests is a common technique to diagnose cancer.
Scintigraphy, Positron emission tomography - These are methods of nuclear medicine used to diagnose cancer.
Treatment of cancer depends on specific cases and the nature and extent of malignancy of the tumor. The most common methods of treatment are
Surgery - If the case permits, surgery or removal of the malignant portion of the body is removed.
Chemotherapy - It is the use of chemical substances to treat the disease. Often cytotoxic drugs are used for chemotherapy.
Radiotherapy - Ionizing radiation is used as a medical technique to cure and control the growth of malignant cells.
Hormone Manipulation - is mainly used in cases of breast and prostrate cancer
Vaccine - It is an antigenic preparation used to establish immunity to the disease.
To treat social problems like neglect and alienation, patients suffering from cancer or cured from cancer need palliative care. Physical problems that are associated with the treatment of cancer are pain, nausea, anorexia, fatigue and immobility.
Facilities in Hospitals
Oncology department has a special Tumour Board, comprising medical, surgical and radiation oncologists, and diagnostic consultants who provide comprehensive advice on the best course of treatment for patients. The department provides world-class cancer cure.
Infertility refers to the inability to naturally conceive a child. It is a problem where a couple faces problems in conceiving, after a year of regular sexual intercourse without using any birth control methods. This problem may be in either man or woman, or both. It also refers to a condition of a woman when she is unable to carry a pregnancy to its full term.Causes of Infertility
In a normal reproduction process proper interaction between the female and male reproductive system is required. Following are the causes of infertility (both men and women):
It is considered when the female has irregular ovulation. Medication is started for regulating the ovulation cycle and improving the egg quality. Commonly used are Clomiphene Citrate, HMG, purified and recombinant FSH.
IUI (Intra Uterine Insemination): A method where processed semen is placed directly in the uterus with the help of a catheter.
IVF (Invitro Fertilization): IVF is the fertilization of an ovum outside the body and then transferringe fertilized ovum (embryo) into the uterus.
ICSI (Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection): In this process, a single sperm is injected into the cytoplasm of an egg for fertilization.
TESA (Testicular Sperm Aspiration): A surgical sperm harvesting technique.
Embryo Freezing Excess (Surplus): Embryos are Cryo-preserved at ultra low temperatures for years to be used subsequently.
Assisted Hatching: A process of promoting hatching or implantation of embryos, unable to escape intact from the zona pellucida.
Semen/Sperm freezing: Semen/Sperm are stored frozen at ultra low temperatures for long duration, useful in various conditions.Types of Infertility
Following are the types of Infertility:
Primary Infertility: - It is that condition where a couple has not conceived a pregnancy after at least a year of unprotected intercourse.
Secondary Infertility: - It is a condition where the couple has conceived or carried a pregnancy to term after naturally successfully conceiving one or more children.
Sub-fertility: - Here infertility that is complete, that is, there are chances of pregnancy, but these chances get reduced each month. It is a state of a less than normal capacity for reproduction.
Male Infertility: - It is a condition of infertility in males that refers to the absence of healthy sperms in the semen in order to meet ovum.
Female Infertility: - It is a state of infertility in females. It is important that all the reproductive organs in a female are in a perfect shape.
Cosmetic surgery is a medical discipline focused on enhancing beauty and appearance through surgical and medical techniques. It is an extremely broad field and can be performed on all areas of the bod; face, breates, thigh, stomach, etc. Cosmetic surgery is a part of plastic surgery but concentrated on enhancing beauty of a person.
Plastic surgery refers to surgical correction or restoration of a form or function. It broadly covers both a person's appearance and the ability to function. Though synonymous with cosmetic surgery, plastic surgery can be divided into terms of, cosmetic surgery and reconstructive surgery. It is concerned to improve patient's appearance and self-image through both reconstructive and cosmetic procedures. The different types of surgeries are breast plastic surgery, facial plastic surgery, and many more.
Cosmetic surgery in India has undergone a radical change over the last decade. More and more people are accepting and its affordability confirms its value and need. The number of aesthetic surgery procedures performed has increased to a great level. Earlier cosmetic surgery was only confined to the health and well-being of the patient, such as reconstructing a dislodged eye, skin-grafting for serious burns, repairing a broken nose and treating a birthmark across the face. But now the surgery is intended to correct all the dysfunctional areas of the body for enhancing the overall appearance.Cosmetic Surgery Procedures
Reconstructive Surgery : The reconstructive surgery is performed on the abnormal structures of the body. Corrections are made to defects caused by congenital defects, trauma, infection, developmental abnormalities, tumors or disease. The main purpose of this surgery is to improve function but it can be used to approximate a normal appearance. Some of the surgeries are –
Elective Cosmetic Surgery : If your appearance seems lacking somehow due to factors such as a large nose, wrinkles or fat around your belly or hips, cosmetic surgery provides the needful solutions. Form removing signs of ageing, enhancing beauty and remove any blemish, cosmetic surgery has become the latest trend to achieve flawless genes.Non Surgical Cosmetic Procedures
Ophthalmology is a branch of medicine dealing with the anatomy, physiology and diseases of the eye. All evaluations that purport to diagnose eye disease should be carried out by a physician. An ophthalmologist is a doctor of medicine who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the eye, in addition to diagnosing systemic disease that manifest in eye signs or symptoms. Since ophthalmologists perform operations on eyes, they are considered to be both surgical and medical specialists.
The word 'ophthalmology' comes from the Greek roots 'ophthalmos', meaning eye and 'logos' meaning word, thought, or discourse. Ophthalmology literally means 'the science of eyes'. Ophthalmology treatment in India is one of the world's best. Trained medical practioners study and practice this branch of medicine in top hospitals of the country.Ophthalmology Versus Optometry
Ophthalmology and Optometry are two different branches of medicine concerning the human eyes. Both have similarities but are not be confused with each other as they have their differences.
An Optometrist works in the field of sight testing, diagnosing, correcting and treatment of vision changes. Basically, an Optometrist is an eye health care professional and not a medical doctor. The study of the field of optometry involves performing different vision and eye care tests, detecting certain eye abnormalities, prescribes for several eye care diseases and dispensing and prescribing corrective lenses. While an ophthalmologist is a certified medical doctor treating on vision and eye care. An ophthalmologist differs from opticians and optometrists in terms of training and treatment. An Ophthalmologist has completed the full training medical program and is licensed to perform surgery and medicine.Opthamology Treatments
Using state-of-the-art technology, Ophthalmology treatments in India cover numerous eye conditions, including cataracts, retinal diseases, glaucoma and other vision related disorders. The most common treatments of Ophthalmology in India are:
Other eye surgery
The Neuro ophthalmology is a special branch of medicine that deals large number of optic nerve disorders and neurological disorders. Many ophthalmic diseases are linked with neurologic disorders like strokes, brain tumors and multiple sclerosis. The disorder results in many visual problems such as double vision and blurred vision. Neuro Ophthalmology involves neurosurgery, neurology, Neuroradiology and ophthalmology. Generally Neuro-ophthalmology disorders requires the specialized care of physicians, neuro-ophthalmologists, radiologists, neurosurgeons and specifically general neurologists.Treatment for Retinal Diseases and Retinal Detachment
Ophthalmology treatments in India also deal with degenerative conditions that affect the retina, the part of the eye responsible for forming images. When the retina deteriorates or becomes detached from the back of the eye, immediate treatment is needed to halt the progression of the disorder.
Cardiology is a medical term which specializes in dealing with the disorders which take place in the human heart. This field looks into diagnosis and treatments of various kinds of heart disorders such as heart failure, congenital heart defects, coronary artery disease, Electrophysiology and valvular heart disease.
Today Cardiology treatment in India has come up as a suitable option in order to get rid of any of the heart defects as the cost in India of any of the treatments is the best and that too at rates which are absolutely affordable. Because of these benefits of choosing in India, any of the treatments, many foreigners have come down here in order to solve their trouble of heart diseases.
We, at ALLNATT PHARMA from the past few years have played an important role in arranging Cardiology treatments in India for many people coming to our country for treating their heart diseases. We work in association with a number of top-notch institutions of the the country. There are a number of treatments for which we can make arrangements:Non-Invasive Cardiology and Diagnostic
Non-invasive cardiology and diagnostics looks into the detection and the treatment of heart disease wherein there is involvement of tests for evaluating and then diagnosing the disorders of the heart. A patient who has a history of heart disease, chest pain with reasons that are unknown or valvular heart comes for non-invasive evaluation that can be done through Electrocardiaogram (ECG), 2-D Colour Doppler, Peripheral Doppler, TEE Echo, Holter and Stress Echo or Stress Test.Invasive and Interventional Cardiology
Invasive Cardiology is that sub-speciality of cardiology that deals with diagnosis and therapeutic procedures of cardiovascular defects. These procedures need the insertion of instruments through the skin, into the body of the patient for treating the disease. The procedures are many, like gated blood pool studies, coronary angiography, stenting etc.
Interventional Cardiology is a field that deals mainly with catheter-based treatments of heart diseases. Most of the Interventional cardiology treatments such as Balloon Angioplasty, Carotid Stents and Stroke Intervention , Congenital Heart Defect Correction , Fractional Flow Reserve , Peripheral Atherectomy etc are done in the cardiovascular system, are less painful, less risk of infection and have a little recovery span.Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG)
Also known as Coronary Artery Bypass surgery and heart bypass or bypass surgery is a surgical process which is undertaken for relieving angina and reduction of risk of death from coronary artery disease.Heart Valve Replacement
Heart valve replacement has to be done when the valve of the heart does not work properly and they might not open at all or close and in that case a surgery might be required. There are various types of valves available today and the kind which one should opt for depends on a number of considerations such as age, valve condition, gender etc.Pediatric Cardiothoracic Surgery
Pediatric cardiothoracic Surgery is a kind of heart surgery that is performed children for repairing heart defects which occur at the time of birth which are known as congenital heart diseases. Pediatric Cardiac Surgery is necessary for the well-being of the child.
Cardiology Robotic Surgery
In Robotic Cardiac Surgery, robotic assist the heart surgeon in performing surgery through tiny incisions. The surgeon has to sit in an operating room where he controls the instruments while looking at 3D images from the camera which is inside the patient. Various procedures can be performed in this case such as mitral valve replacement or repair, correction of HOCM etc. Use of Robotic Surgery in Cardiology has benefits as it involves less pain, scarring and risk that are otherwise involved.
The procedure where the organ is taken from another living being in order to replace the diseased organ by the healthy organ that functions properly. The transplanted organs are those organs that cannot be treated with the help of any medical drugs or with any kind of surgeries. The different organs that can be transplanted are kidneys, intestine, lungs, pancreas, heart and liver. The different tissue that can be both transplanted and donated are bone marrow, skin, heart, middle ear, tendons and the valves.Which Human organs can be transplanted successfully ?
Following organs can be transplanted -
Different factors in considering organ matching and allocation
Both logistical and medical characteristics are thoroughly measured for an organ so as to distribute it to the best matched recipient candidate. The matching criterion consists of-