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Bhubaneswar: For the second time within the State’s medical historical past, the Institute of Medical Sciences and SUM Hospital in Bhubaneswar efficiently carried out a living-donor liver transplantation with the assistance of Institute of Gastroenterology (AIG). The primary-ever liver transplantation in Odisha was undertaken in March earlier this yr on the identical hospital.
The liver transplant was carried out on a 49-year-old trainer Umesh Kumar Rout of Sambalpur, who acquired a portion of the liver of his sister Anita Kumari (41). The surgical process which began at four AM on Sunday continued for 12 hours.
A group headed by P Balachandran Menon of Hyderabad-based Asian Institute of Gastroenterology (AIG) and GI surgeon Satya Prakash Roychoudhury from SUM Hospital carried out the marathon 12-hour lengthy surgical procedure.
“Rout was affected by finish stage liver illness and the one possibility obtainable was to go for a liver transplantation to save lots of his life,” mentioned Manoj Kumar Sahu, Head of the division of Gastroenterology at IMS and SUM Hospital.
As per sources, a 40-member group was constituted for the aim, which comprised of medical doctors, nurses and paramedics from a number of specialties together with Gastro Intestinal surgical procedure, Hepatology, Anesthesia, Cardiology, Urology, Nephrology, Radiology, OT, An infection Management, Central Lab and Blood Financial institution. A memorandum of understanding was additionally signed earlier between AIG and SUM Hospital for enterprise the liver transplantation.
Explaining the surgical course of, Sahu mentioned about 60 per cent of the donor’s liver was first taken out whereas the diseased liver was faraway from the affected person concurrently in a separate OT. The brand new liver was implanted with the surgeons attaching the arteries, veins and bile ducts completely. A brand new know-how Rotem was used to observe the coagulation parameters of the recipient. Each the donor and recipient had been extubated after surgical procedure, he mentioned.
The surgical procedure was supported by a 10-member group from AIG led by Prof. Menon, Director of Liver Transplantation, and different members of the group being GV Premkumar, Shakti Swaroop, Krishna Chaitanya and Santosh Kumar Sahoo. The core transplant group at IMS and SUM Hospital included Sumit Mohanty, Satya Sundar Gajendra Mohapatra, Santosh Kumar Singh, Rajib Lochan Samal, Debakanta Mishra, Rajesh Kumar Bhola, Girija Nandini Kanungo and transplant coordinators Susanta Kumar Biswal and Saroj Senapati.
Reportedly, the primary such surgical procedure was carried out at IMS and SUM Hospital on March 5. A 55-year-old affected person from Balasore, Jayanta Kumar Biswal had acquired a portion of the liver of his 18-year-old son in a profitable transplant.
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