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Apollo Proton Cancer Centre, Chennai has successfully performed India's first Total Marrow Irradiation Procedure on a 35-year-old patient from Oman.

The advantages of Total Marrow Irradiation over Total Body Irradiation is that only the bone marrow is irradiated, sparing the normal organs.

Apollo Hospitals, Chennai successfully performed TAVR on an 82-year-old Ex-Army Major General and helped him cast a vote in Lok Sabha Elections

It was a challenging case, as the vessels in the patient’s leg were severely calcified and narrowed and no valve could be moved across them for replacement.

Apollo Hospitals, Navi Mumbai performed a 3D printed titanium skull implant surgery to save the life of a traumatic brain injury patient

A 3D-printed implants are beneficial for multiple reasons like MRI compatible, lesser chances of getting infection and most important that it fits the patient’s form.

Apollo Hospitals, Guwahati successfully performed Guwahati's first ever Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery on a 45-year-old female patient

The key hole surgery was performed through chest wall rather than the conventional breast bone cutting open heart surgery, hence resulting in quicker recovery and minimal blood loss.

Apollo Hospitals, Chennai launched South India's first Advanced Centre for Movement Disorders

The Advanced Centre for Movement Disorder will treat diseases such as Parkinson’s disease, Cerebral Palsy, Dystonia, Essential Tremor, Intractable Spasticity dyskinesia, etc.

Apollo Hospitals, Chennai is the first hospital in India to successfully perform a Transfemoral Pulmonary Valve Implantation with an Indian-made valve.

The Pulmonary Valve Implantation procedure is performed by inserting a catheter through a large vein in the groin called Femoral artery.

Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, Delhi successfully operated on a 6-month-old Kenyan baby with a rare heart defect and gave a new lease of life.

The baby underwent open-heart surgery for a rare cyanotic congenital heart defect known as Taussig-Bing anomaly, which was diagnosed just four days after his birth.

Apollo Gleneagles Hospitals, Kolkata is the first hospital in the Eastern region to introduce TARE, a latest treatment for liver cancers

TARE is a procedure, where using special instruments and micro-catheters, the identified source of blood supply to the tumor in liver is accessed and intra-arterial radiotherapy is delivered using Yttrium-90 (Radiotherapy agent).

Apollo Hospitals, Hyderabad has successfully performed Liver Transplant on a four-month-old baby

It was a challenging case for doctors to perform transplant surgery on such a small baby. There are only few hospitals across the world who can perform liver transplants on such young babies.

Apollo Hospitals, Chennai successfully organised the 3rd Edition of International Colorectal Symposium 2019

The symposium focused on the unified spectrum of colorectal cancer including its prevention, analysis, treatment, supportive care and quality-of-life after treatment.

A 45-year-old patient successfully underwent third kidney transplant at Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, Delhi

The patient's husband donated his kidney, even though they were ABO incompatible. The third transplant took five and a half hours, as the operation was technically more challenging.

Apollo Hospitals Group and Zebra Medical Vision (Zebra-Med) collaborate to validate and deploy AI (artificial intelligence) based screening tools across India

The partnership will focus on development of India specific algorithms tool which would be of immense benefit to patients across India and other emerging nations.

Apollo Hospitals, Chennai has successfully performed India's first minimally invasive Robotic Hybrid Revascularisation surgery on a 63-year-old female patient

Robotic Hybrid Revascularisation combines minimally invasive CABG and angiography stenting procedure with Robotic assistance to achieve precision

Apollo Hospitals Group has been honored with a postal stamp for successful completion of 20 million health checks and 36 years of healthcare excellence

The commemorative stamp honours and acknowledges the pioneering efforts of our Chairman, Dr. Prathap C Reddy, in encouraging preventive healthcare in India.

Apollo Hospitals Group has offered free treatment to the injured Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) troopers who survived the terror blast in Pulwama.

Free treatment till recovery and rehabilitation will be provided to the injured CRPF troopers at any of the Apollo Hospitals across the country

Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, Delhi successfully treats a 42-year-old Tanzanian police officer for a big ball of clots in her heart and both lungs

The procedure was highly critical, as the clot in the heart was of table tennis ball size which was at the verge of blocking the pulmonary artery and the lungs were also studded with blood clots.

Apollo Hospitals, Chennai redefines lives after 80 with Trans Catheter Therapies - the new minimally invasive therapies for cardiac patients

According to a study conducted in 2015, cardiovascular disease caused more than 2.1 million deaths in India and these cardiac patients comparatively have a very high mortality rates.

Apollo Gleneagles Hospitals, Kolkata launches India's first dedicated Department for Comprehensive Hernia Surgery

The State-of-the-art facilities and advanced equipments assist the expert surgeons of the department to provide modern hernia treatments like e-TEP, TAR, SCOLA, BOTOX, PPP, to name a few.

Apollo Hospitals inaugurated the Apollo Proton Cancer Centre, South East Asia's first Proton Therapy Centre for Cancer Care.

Proton Therapy is an advanced form of radiation therapy that is extremely precise in targeting and destroying cancer cells.

Apollo Hospitals, Sheshadripuram at Bangalore successfully performed Hip Replacement Surgery on a nonagenarian patient

Risk factors involved with a nonagenarian include osteoporotic bones, sub optimal lungs and cardiac status and a high chances of pulmonary embolism, further making the surgery more complicated.
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