By writer to www.ndtv.com
Uttam Kumar Ghosh, a Bangladeshi nationwide, bought a brand new lease of life in Kolkata after his mom donated considered one of her kidneys to him, however his survival story isn’t just a case of organ transplant, as each needed to get the higher of COVID-19 earlier than the surgical procedure.
Mr Ghosh, 38, got here to Kolkata along with his mom Kalpana and different members of the family in January to get himself handled for kidney illnesses.
Authorities at RN Tagore Worldwide Institute of Cardiac Sciences (RTIICS) stated after obligatory clearance from the well being division, docs fastened a date in March for Mr Ghosh’s surgical procedure, however the sudden imposition of lockdown stalled the plan.
The household breathed a sigh of reduction when the Union Well being Ministry issued an advisory recommending emergency transplant surgical procedures throughout lockdown. Nevertheless, they have been once more upset as checks confirmed the mother-son duo had contracted COVID-19.
Each of them have been despatched to the state government-run MR Bangur Hospital for therapy, stated Dr DS Ray, the top of the nephrology division at RTIICS.
“Kumar and his mom have been launched from the federal government hospital on June 12 following their restoration. We waited for an additional three-and-a-half weeks and requested them to remain beneath house quarantine. After conducting two rounds of checks to make sure they have been cured of COVID-19, we determined to go ahead with the transplant,” Dr Ray stated.
Each the donor and the recipient are recuperating effectively and have been discharged from the hospital, the nephrology division head at RTIICS stated.
“Uttam is doing tremendous and we hope he recuperates as per our expectations. He has been suggested to go to the hospital for obligatory checkups. The mom and the son have been advised to remain right here for the subsequent couple of months,” Dr Ray added.
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